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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.

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ccundy@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Carmen

Airdrie City council endorses schematic design for new multi-use facility and library

Airdrie City council endorses schematic design for new multi-use facility and library

“Now that we’ve received your feedback, we can take that back to our consulting team and see what other options are available, while still meeting the intent with the things you do like about the building,” he said.
Fatality reported on First Avenue in Airdrie, emergency responders on site

Fatality reported on First Avenue in Airdrie, emergency responders on site

"Investigation revealed the collision involved a dump truck and a construction worker who had been working on the roadway," Airdrie RCMP's press release stated. "Upon police arrival, EMS declared the construction worker deceased.
City of Airdrie to host Homecoming Festival this Saturday to bring community together post-pandemic

City of Airdrie to host Homecoming Festival this Saturday to bring community together post-pandemic

The one-time signature event will be possible in part thanks to a federal government commemorative grant of $75,000, according to Shima.
City of Airdrie partners with other mid-size municipalities to petition province for more funding

City of Airdrie partners with other mid-size municipalities to petition province for more funding

“Our group represents about a million Albertans, so it’s not like we’re small – we need to be heard,” Brown said. “We’re taking our message to the public and we want everyone to be aware of it.”
Former Airdronian bringing inaugural Windwood Festival to city

Former Airdronian bringing inaugural Windwood Festival to city

According to Muralidharan, classic music can be daunting for some people, but even if you are slightly curious about it, they encourage you to come check out one of the concerts in Airdrie next week.
Airdrie musician and member of renowned Alberta band hits CCMA stage

Airdrie musician and member of renowned Alberta band hits CCMA stage

“When we started, it was just meant to be for fun. [We thought] we can just play some rodeos around Stampede time, and the band ended up taking on a life of its own, and here we are,” Rox said.
St. Martin de Porres High School receives $10,000 grant to support breakfast program

St. Martin de Porres High School receives $10,000 grant to support breakfast program

“We really wanted to make sure that it is inclusive for everyone – that everyone felt comfortable approaching and grabbing something. And we don’t ever ask questions. We don’t ever judge.”
Crossfield cat rescue shelter to host Elton John tribute fundraiser in Airdrie

Crossfield cat rescue shelter to host Elton John tribute fundraiser in Airdrie

“You can close your eyes and think you’re listening to Elton John, so it’ll be a good party. He dresses like Elton John. He sings like Elton John. He puts on a real performance."
COLUMN: A farewell to summer 2022 – a return to the normalcy of summers past

COLUMN: A farewell to summer 2022 – a return to the normalcy of summers past

After the previous two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, this summer finally felt like a return to normalcy.
Bayview RBC branch to pilot new digital-focused banking format

Bayview RBC branch to pilot new digital-focused banking format

“Everybody is exploring more digital capabilities, and so we are forward-thinking as to how we’re evolving,” she said.
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