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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.

Recent Work by Carmen

Column: A proposition to support local

Column: A proposition to support local

Having grown up in Airdrie, I have spent a lot of time in the community and the surrounding area of Rocky View County. I’ve seen the community change over the years and a lot of the local landmarks that I remember growing up are now gone.
Boys and Girls Club of Airdrie to host YouTube camp for members

Boys and Girls Club of Airdrie to host YouTube camp for members

The Boys and Girls Club of Airdrie (BGCA) is offering a weekly videography camp that will teach aspiring YouTube stars about the technical aspects of the industry and equip them for better online safety.
Emergency crews respond to motor vehicle collision in Reunion

Emergency crews respond to motor vehicle collision in Reunion

A motor-vehicle collision in Reunion on Tuesday evening resulted in damage to three vehicles after a pick-up truck collided with a vehicle parked nearby in a residential driveway.
Nose Creek Players continues to weather pandemic

Nose Creek Players continues to weather pandemic

A local theatre company in Airdrie is offering virtual workshops and other online activities this spring and summer to help the community with the psychological effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anti-restriction protesters march in Airdrie

Anti-restriction protesters march in Airdrie

RVS to not move ahead with K-6 curriculum pilot in fall

RVS to not move ahead with K-6 curriculum pilot in fall

The Rocky View Schools' (RVS) Board of Trustees has announced that they will not be participating in the pilot project for the Alberta Government's draft K-6 curriculum this fall.
Calaway Park prepares for hopeful spring opening for milestone 40th season

Calaway Park prepares for hopeful spring opening for milestone 40th season

While many businesses have had to shut their doors due to COVID-19 health restrictions, it is business as usual for Calaway Park’s 35 permanent year-round employees as they prepare for a hopeful May 22 opening.
Calaway Park prepares for hopeful spring opening for milestone 40th season

Calaway Park prepares for hopeful spring opening for milestone 40th season

While many businesses have had to shut their doors due to COVID-19 health restrictions, it is business as usual for Calaway Park’s 35 permanent year-round employees as they prepare for a hopeful May 22 opening.
Rocky View County offers Green Acreage Workshop to landowners

Rocky View County offers Green Acreage Workshop to landowners

Rocky View County (RVC) is offering a workshop April 20 to help local landowners begin their stewardship journey by providing the tools, resources, and supports they need to better manage and improve their properties.
Nominations open for provincial justice awards

Nominations open for provincial justice awards

The provincial government is once again hosting the Alberta Community Justice Awards this summer to recognize both individuals and organizations who have contributed to crime prevention in the province, with nominations open until April 16.