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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

Public art donation receives location approval from Airdrie City council

Public art donation receives location approval from Airdrie City council

A public art donation that previously caused a stir due to a conflict over its proposed location was approved by Airdrie City council during a meeting April 6.
Registration for Bragg Creek piano lessons now open

Registration for Bragg Creek piano lessons now open

Registration for a youth music class in Bragg Creek has started up in hopes of teaching local kids the importance of music.
Bragg Creek Performing Arts celebrating 40 years with Couch Fest

Bragg Creek Performing Arts celebrating 40 years with Couch Fest

The COVID-19 pandemic won’t stop the Bragg Creek Performing Arts (BCPA) Society from celebrating its benchmark 40th season, as the association prepares to host an annual concert festival on April 16.
Province announces $6 million for medical students to work in rural Alberta

Province announces $6 million for medical students to work in rural Alberta

The Alberta government recently announced $6 million in funding that will be geared toward placing medical students in rural areas of the province.
Column: I miss live shows

Column: I miss live shows

Throughout this pandemic, I can’t say my life has been affected too much, which I am very fortunate and grateful to say.
Province announces $6 million for medical students to work in rural Alberta

Province announces $6 million for medical students to work in rural Alberta

The Alberta government recently announced $6 million in funding that will be geared toward placing medical students in rural areas of the province.
APL’s Harry Potter Day a go this year, with restrictions

APL’s Harry Potter Day a go this year, with restrictions

The Airdrie Public Library’s (APL) annual Harry Potter Day celebration will be moving ahead this year, although it will look a little different than previous renditions.
Airdrie firefighters' auction raises nearly $8,000 for charities

Airdrie firefighters' auction raises nearly $8,000 for charities

Through its online silent auction last month, the Airdrie Professional Firefighters Association’s (APFA) charitable organization raised nearly $8,000 for four charity organizations The auction was held as an alternative for the APFA’s ann
Airdrie-East MLA announces withdrawal from End the Lockdowns Caucus

Airdrie-East MLA announces withdrawal from End the Lockdowns Caucus

Airdrie-East MLA Angela Pitt has removed herself from a national coalition that opposes government-mandated lockdowns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, after another member compared Canada’s measures to Nazi Germany.
Airdrie firefighters continue advocacy for COVID-19 vaccinations

Airdrie firefighters continue advocacy for COVID-19 vaccinations

Firefighters in Airdrie are continuing to advocate to be placed higher in the queue for COVID-19 vaccinations in Alberta.