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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

Glenbow Ranch in need of new side-by-side

Glenbow Ranch in need of new side-by-side

Seniors Stocking Stuffers back at London Drugs

Seniors Stocking Stuffers back at London Drugs

If you are searching for a way to give back this holiday season, London Drugs has officially kicked off its Stocking Stuffers for Seniors program, which will be underway until Dec. 16.
Seniors Stocking Stuffers back at London Drugs

Seniors Stocking Stuffers back at London Drugs

If you are searching for a way to give back this holiday season, London Drugs has officially kicked off its Stocking Stuffers for Seniors program, which will be underway until Dec. 16.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

While every day is an important day to raise awareness about diabetes – which affects one in three Canadians – the month of November gives Canadians a chance to get more familiar with the disease.
4-H builds disc golf course in Crossfield

4-H builds disc golf course in Crossfield

A group of Crossfield students have been hard at work building a nine-hole disc golf course in Veterans Peace Park.
Alberta RCMP encourages continued reporting of explosives

Alberta RCMP encourages continued reporting of explosives

As the holiday season approaches and people potentially visit families in rural settings, the Alberta RCMP is asking residents to report any explosives they may find to local police.
Carmen’s Bigway Foods participating in a Movember to remember

Carmen’s Bigway Foods participating in a Movember to remember

Carmen Cornelius, owner of Carmen’s Bigway Foods in Crossfield, has started a Movember campaign that he hopes will raise money for local food bank programs.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

While every day is an important day to raise awareness about diabetes – which affects one in three Canadians – the month of November gives Canadians a chance to get more familiar with the disease.
RVC churches playing it safe amid new COVID-19 restrictions

RVC churches playing it safe amid new COVID-19 restrictions

While additional temporary restrictions have been imposed on Alberta’s religious assemblies, some churches in Rocky View County (RVC) have been relatively unaffected.
Scott’s Soil Blending Facility receives redesignation

Scott’s Soil Blending Facility receives redesignation

A fertilizer blending facility east of Airdrie was granted a redesignation meant to accommodate its growing business model.