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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

Campaign signs vandalized in Banff-Airdrie as federal election vote nears

Campaign signs vandalized in Banff-Airdrie as federal election vote nears

The call of a snap federal election last month put candidates into campaign overdrive during a polarizing time in world politics, and the result has shown a high occurrence of campaign signs being vandalized in the Banff-Airdrie riding.
Airdrie City council takes moment of silence for 215 children found buried in Kamloops

Airdrie City council takes moment of silence for 215 children found buried in Kamloops

After hearing the news that 215 children’s remains were unearthed underneath a former residential school, Airdrie Mayor Peter Brown and his fellow councillors took a two-minute moment of silence to start their meeting on June 7.
Airdrie-East MLA criticizes Kenney’s Sky Palace lunch photo

Airdrie-East MLA criticizes Kenney’s Sky Palace lunch photo

Airdrie-East MLA Angela Pitt once again took aim at her party’s leader on social media, after a photo of Premier Jason Kenney dining with colleagues at the Sky Palace, located in a government high-rise office in Edmonton, went viral.
Airdrie bakery to be featured on Project Bakeover

Airdrie bakery to be featured on Project Bakeover

Local Airdrie bakery Skyefire Bakery is set to be featured in the upcoming season of Food Network Canada’s Project Bakeover.
Stephen’s Backpacks cutting boards helping kids in need

Stephen’s Backpacks cutting boards helping kids in need

Stephen’s Backpacks Society in Airdrie has found another creative way to help kids in need, this time by selling custom hand-made cutting boards.
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.
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-East MLA joins 'End the Lockdown' caucus

Airdrie-East MLA joins 'End the Lockdown' caucus

Challenging her own government's pandemic response, Airdrie-East MLA Angela Pitt has joined End the Lockdowns Caucus, a national group that is critical of provincial and federal COVID-19 restrictions.
Widow of Airdrie cancer patient lauds benefits of psychedelic therapy

Widow of Airdrie cancer patient lauds benefits of psychedelic therapy

Airdrie resident Tony White was Alberta’s first official cancer patient to receive the go-ahead to undergo psilocybin (psychedelic mushroom) therapy.
Online storytellers celebrate Black History Month

Online storytellers celebrate Black History Month

As February marks Black History Month, an Alberta-based organization’s online storytelling experience will focus on telling the stories of the black experience in Canada.