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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

Cat stuck atop telephone pole finally rescued near Crossfield

Cat stuck atop telephone pole finally rescued near Crossfield

After several hours, a cat that somehow got stuck on top of a power line between Crossfield and Madden was rescued on May 5, following numerous calls from the community.
Airdrie City council endorses plan for library multi-use facility

Airdrie City council endorses plan for library multi-use facility

During their regular meeting on May 4, Airdrie City council endorsed a plan for a proposed new multi-use library.
Cat stuck atop telephone pole finally rescued near Crossfield

Cat stuck atop telephone pole finally rescued near Crossfield

After several hours, a cat that somehow got stuck on top of a power line between Crossfield and Madden was rescued on May 5, following numerous calls from the community.
Airdrie City council approves AHL HomeStay affordable housing project

Airdrie City council approves AHL HomeStay affordable housing project

Airdrie City council approved a request on May 3 brought forward by Airdrie Housing Limited (AHL) for a project aimed at turning a local Super 8 Motel into affordable housing units for residents.
Airdrie-East MLA pledges to get vaccinated after social media backlash

Airdrie-East MLA pledges to get vaccinated after social media backlash

Airdrie-East MLA Angela Pitt took to social media last week to say she plans on getting a COVID-19 vaccine, after some of her previous statements and social media posts about the immunizations resulted in community backlash.
City breaks ground on 40 Ave. interchange

City breaks ground on 40 Ave. interchange

Local and provincial politicians gathered April 28 at the Airdrie site that will eventually become the new 40 Ave. highway bridge and interchange, to break ground on the long-awaited project’s construction.
Chestermere students clean lake shoreline

Chestermere students clean lake shoreline

With water levels set to rise in Chestermere Lake at the end of April, teachers at a local middle school recently gathered more than 50 students to help clean the shoreline.
Rocky View County council votes to pursue library for Langdon

Rocky View County council votes to pursue library for Langdon

The community of Langdon is in luck, as Rocky View County (RVC) council voted to pursue the development of a library in the hamlet on April 27.
RVC shares livestock safety tips for Emergency Preparedness Week

RVC shares livestock safety tips for Emergency Preparedness Week

Rocky View County (RVC) is using Emergency Preparedness Week to share several tips to help livestock owners avoid potential disasters.
RVC council approves Coach Creek development

RVC council approves Coach Creek development

Rocky View County council recently approved a development application that is being opposed not only by residents of Springbank, but also City of Calgary officials.