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Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker is a reporter with the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly. Born and raised in Airdrie, he graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute in Technology in 2019 with a diploma in Online/Print Journalism.

Phone
587-326-4151
Email
jstricker@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jordan

Airdrie U18 AA hockey teams prepare for new season

Airdrie U18 AA hockey teams prepare for new season

With minor hockey set to get somewhat back to normal this year, Airdrie’s U18 AA teams are busy preparing for what they hope will be a full season.
Al Jones looks to secure another term as councillor

Al Jones looks to secure another term as councillor

With the municipal election now less than a month away, current councillor Al Jones has announced he will campaign for a second term.
Sorso bartender takes home Best Caesar in Canada

Sorso bartender takes home Best Caesar in Canada

Airdrie residents looking to sample the best Caesar in Canada don’t have to venture far to do so.
Synergy youth council to host forum for RVC candidates in Divisions 6, 7

Synergy youth council to host forum for RVC candidates in Divisions 6, 7

As Alberta’s political focus swings from the recent federal election to the upcoming municipal election, the Youth Encouraging Lasting Leadership (YELL) Youth Council is set to host an all-candidates forum Sept.
RVC to develop strategy to combat budworm infestation

RVC to develop strategy to combat budworm infestation

With spruce budworm infestation continuing to be a problem in the southwest communities of Rocky View County (RVC), especially in Bragg Creek, RVC council has voted to research and develop a plan to combat future infestations.
NDP’s Sarah Zagoda running in Banff-Airdrie riding in upcoming election

NDP’s Sarah Zagoda running in Banff-Airdrie riding in upcoming election

With federal election voting day just a few weeks away, Sarah Zagoda has announced she is looking to secure the Banff-Airdrie riding for the New Democratic Party (NDP).
Airdrie AAA hockey teams excited to return to the ice

Airdrie AAA hockey teams excited to return to the ice

After a whirlwind 2020-21, Airdrie’s AAA hockey teams are itching to return to seasonal play, which is set to kick off in October.
Campaign signs vandalized in Banff-Airdrie as federal election vote nears

Campaign signs vandalized in Banff-Airdrie as federal election vote nears

The call of a snap federal election last month put candidates into campaign overdrive during a polarizing time in world politics, and the result has shown a high occurrence of campaign signs being vandalized in the Banff-Airdrie riding.
Campaign signs vandalized in Banff-Airdrie as federal election vote nears

Campaign signs vandalized in Banff-Airdrie as federal election vote nears

The call of a snap federal election last month put candidates into campaign overdrive during a polarizing time in world politics, and the result has shown a high occurrence of campaign signs being vandalized in the Banff-Airdrie riding.
Independent candidate Caroline O’Driscoll looks to secure Banff-Airdrie riding

Independent candidate Caroline O’Driscoll looks to secure Banff-Airdrie riding

“I have worked with almost all of the major parties, both provincially and federally. What is concerning to me is the disconnect between the bureaucracies of government and the political platforms and policies people hear during election time.”