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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

Crossfield Fall Farmers' Market moves forward

Crossfield Fall Farmers' Market moves forward

After two postponements, a specialty market typically hosted by the Crossfield Farmers’ Market (CFM) in the spring will go ahead a little later than planned.
Crossfield candidate forum set for Sept. 22

Crossfield candidate forum set for Sept. 22

Crossfield’s Oct. 19 byelection is quickly approaching, and residents will have a chance to meet the four candidates running at an upcoming forum.
Reserve bids and sale conditions approved by RVC

Reserve bids and sale conditions approved by RVC

Rocky View County (RVC) council unanimously approved reserve bids and sale conditions for an upcoming tax recovery sale.
Beiseker solar farm development receives approval

Beiseker solar farm development receives approval

At a regular Sept. 1 Rocky View County (RVC) council meeting, a solar farm development near Beiseker was unanimously approved.
Reeve's Beiseker open house postponed

Reeve's Beiseker open house postponed

An open house hosted by Rocky View County (RVC) Reeve Greg Boehlke was sparsely attended, and a subsequent session has been postponed.
Prince of Peace MSDP receives amendment

Prince of Peace MSDP receives amendment

The land containing a Lutheran school and retirement community on the east boundary of Calgary will be subdivided and sold following a decision by Rocky View County council
40th annual Terry Fox Run offered virtually

40th annual Terry Fox Run offered virtually

Like many events in 2020, the 40th annual Terry Fox Run has shifted to being a virtual event. “This is such a good way to give back,” said Kyla Van Leeuwen, organizer of the Airdrie Terry Fox Run.
Column: Suicide prevention hits close to home

Column: Suicide prevention hits close to home

Even though Sept. 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day, many people I’ve interviewed who work in mental health and addictions care have said the work that goes into suicide prevention has to be done every day.
BGCA reduces program prices thanks to donation

BGCA reduces program prices thanks to donation

A generous donation means the Boys and Girls Club of Airdrie (BGCA) will be able to offer significantly cheaper prices for its programs for the remainder of 2020.
World Suicide Prevention Day brings awareness

World Suicide Prevention Day brings awareness

World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) will be observed Sept. 10, providing an opportunity to raise awareness about a serious struggle many people face.