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Airdrie City View

Airdrie  City View

The Airdrie City View is a locally operated weekly newspaper containing stories about the community for the community. The Airdrie City View is a free-distribution paper, home delivered to every house in Airdrie. Our goal is to cover the local events that are of interest to you.

We are located at #403-2903 Kingsview Blvd., Airdrie, Alberta T4A 0C4 Canada

Recent Work by Airdrie

Editorial: Get vaccinated

Editorial: Get vaccinated

Local weather turning colder signal's a shift into one of the most dreaded seasons of the year – not winter, but flu season.
Editorial: Personal stories

Editorial: Personal stories

People personalize issues. As journalists, one part of our job is to find individuals who put a face to larger ideas, trends and ideas.
Good Morning, Airdrie!

Good Morning, Airdrie!

Editorial: Giving thanks

Editorial: Giving thanks

Editorial: Youth engagement

Editorial: Youth engagement

As local journalists, one of the best parts of the job is shining a spotlight on programs and opportunities that exist for people to get involved, give back and shape the community.
Gail Coles

Gail Coles

COLES, Gail Joan (nee Tink) November 4, 1951 – September 25, 2020 Gail Joan Coles (nee Tink), beloved wife of Maurice Coles of Airdrie, AB passed away at the Foothills Hospital on Friday, September 25, 2020 at the age of 68 years.
Editorial: Set apart

Editorial: Set apart

While five candidates filed papers to run in Crossfield’s October byelection, the field has narrowed to three after Mike Perry and Frank Wallace dropped out of the race.
Nicole Allarie

Nicole Allarie

ALLARIE, Nicole Michelle March 1, 1974 – Winnipeg, Manitoba September 12, 2020 – Calgary, Alberta On Saturday, September 12th Nicole Allarie, loving wife, mother of 2, daughter, sister, and friend passed away in Calgary, AB.
Corey Gieck

Corey Gieck

On September 19 th Corey Gieck passed away while working on the family farm. Corey attended school in the Acme/Linden Bi-Campus system, graduating from grade 12 in 1997.
Editorial: Sensitive Subject

Editorial: Sensitive Subject

In opening this column, we feel it is important to express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Calvin Kennard, who continue to mourn the loss of a son, brother and friend. Our hearts go out to you.