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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 2017 with a diploma in Online/Print Journalism.

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

Recent Work by Jordan

Local Twitch streamer finds success during quarantine

Local Twitch streamer finds success during quarantine

As people around the world sheltered in their homes because of the COVID-19 pandemic, local Twitch streamer Mitchell George has seen an increase in the number of people tuning in to watch him play video games.
Local veterans presented with Quilts of Valour

Local veterans presented with Quilts of Valour

Land Use Bylaw vote delayed until July 28

Land Use Bylaw vote delayed until July 28

A decision on Rocky View County’s (RVC) new Land Use Bylaw (LUB) will have to wait a few more weeks after council voted to table the item.
Worship services taking slow and steady approach to physical gatherings

Worship services taking slow and steady approach to physical gatherings

While the Alberta government has lifted certain restrictions on places of worship as part of Stage 2 of its economic relaunch strategy, some Rocky View County (RVC) churches are taking a slow and steady approach to physical gatherings to ensure the s
Province approves disaster funding

Province approves disaster funding

The Alberta government has responded to a storm that caused flooding and hail damage in Airdrie, Rocky View County (RVC) and Calgary by approving a disaster relief program (DRP). The DRP was announced June 25.
Thumbs Up Foundation receives $500,000

Thumbs Up Foundation receives $500,000

A local organization dedicated to improving local access to mental health care will benefit from $500,000 in provincial funding.
City unveils temporary patio program

City unveils temporary patio program

The City of Airdrie’s hopes to support local business impacted by COVID-19 by allowing them to operate temporary patios this summer.
Local child raises money for custom bike and Children's Hospital

Local child raises money for custom bike and Children's Hospital

Beiseker to close 7th Street Bridge due to public safety

Beiseker to close 7th Street Bridge due to public safety

Beiseker to close 7th Street Bridge due to public safety By Jordan Stricker A bridge in Beiseker will soon be closed due to public safety concerns. The Village of Beiseker announced it will close the 7th Street Bridge as of June 30.
Airdrie residents decorate to support Pride Month

Airdrie residents decorate to support Pride Month