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Press releases aren't solutions

Premier Stelmach issued a press release last week, stating he’s “tiring of recent theatrics” and everybody should focus on improving health care. No kidding. Albertans are also sick and tired of the theatrics surrounding our broken health system.

Winds of change blowing through council chambers

Airdrie voted for change and it seems change has arrived. Evidence of this was on full display at last week’s City council meeting, where aldermen indicated a new commitment to business-friendly policies aimed at ensuring long-term growth in Airdrie.

Local group is thinking outside the box

A local group is thinking outside the box – literally.

Airdriee charity thinking outside the box

A local group is thinking outside the box – literally.

Ministers are just not getting it

We have asked nicely, we have begged and we have pleaded for new schools in Airdrie but the ministers just doesn’t seem to be getting it.

Ministers are just not getting it

We have asked nicely, we have begged and we have pleaded for new schools in Airdrie but the ministers just doesn’t seem to be getting it.

PC government out of ideas

Joining a lawsuit against tobacco companies while simultaneously collecting millions in cigarette taxes.

PC government out of ideas

Joining a lawsuit against tobacco companies while simultaneously collecting millions in cigarette taxes.

New councillors must work together

Buckle up your seatbelts, boys and girls, it’s going to be a bumpy ride. On election day, Oct. 18, about 30 per cent of eligible Rocky View voters came out to mark their ballot. The result? Big change for the County.

The disconnect

First off, we would like to sincerely thank all of the municipal candidates who gave their time and effort, helping the citizens of Airdrie build the strongest elected council possible.