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Carmen Cundy

Carmen Cundy

Carmen Cundy joined the Airdrie Today team in March 2021. Her passion for storytelling led her to the journalism program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), where she earned a diploma in journalism in 2019. Later that year, she completed a degree in communications at the University of Calgary. While at SAIT, she was the lifestyle reporter for the student-run newspaper, the Weal. She also worked briefly with the SAIT Alumni communications team before joining Airdrie Today.

Email
ccundy@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Carmen

City of Airdrie to erect Indigenous flags and public art donation this year

City of Airdrie to erect Indigenous flags and public art donation this year

According to Lutz, raising the flags is significant to the community and is an important gesture to acknowledge the agreement that was made with the Treaty 7 members.
Local-focus storefront shutters in Airdrie, citing inflationary pressures

Local-focus storefront shutters in Airdrie, citing inflationary pressures

“We have loved getting to know all of this incredible community, and from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you so much for the support. We would not have lasted five years if it wasn’t for you.”
Airdrie volunteers receive Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Award for service

Airdrie volunteers receive Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Award for service

“We’re not doing it for fame or for money, we’re just doing it because we love what we do. We want to see a better society, a better tomorrow for our children,” Ilochonwu said.
Eighty-year-old Rocky View County man scales Prairie Mountain for fun

Eighty-year-old Rocky View County man scales Prairie Mountain for fun

Though this wasn’t Errmann’s first time up Prairie Mountain (he'd climbed to the top about 20 times before), he said he was motivated to see if he could still do it at his age.  
‘Dry January’ nears home stretch, but a pledge of sobriety can come any time of year

‘Dry January’ nears home stretch, but a pledge of sobriety can come any time of year

According to Eileen Whitehouse, counselling lead at Community Links, a lot of people choose to participate in “Dry January” to bolster their health and to foster healthy coping strategies to deal with stress.
Airdrie couple presents 'tiny home' concept to council

Airdrie couple presents 'tiny home' concept to council

A 'Noble' idea, indeed.
City of Chestermere seeking feedback on rec centre redevelopment

City of Chestermere seeking feedback on rec centre redevelopment

“We’ve been busy at the City working on ideas of what a new Chestermere Rec Centre and Park could look like for our community, and we want your feedback,” read a City news release.
Airdrie couple presents 'tiny home' concept to council

Airdrie couple presents 'tiny home' concept to council

A 'Noble' idea, indeed.
‘Dry January’ nears home stretch, but a pledge of sobriety can come any time of year

‘Dry January’ nears home stretch, but a pledge of sobriety can come any time of year

According to Eileen Whitehouse, counselling lead at Community Links, a lot of people choose to participate in “Dry January” to bolster their health and to foster healthy coping strategies to deal with stress.
Bearspaw residents rally to oppose new development proposal

Bearspaw residents rally to oppose new development proposal

“It’s quite out of character for this community and for the area,” a member of the group said.
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