October 2015

Found 3 blog entries for October 2015.

There’s no finer place to pay tribute to Airdrie’s veterans than Veteran’s Boulevard.

On Saturday, Oct 31 at 11 a.m. Airdrie will remember those who have served, those who are still serving and those who have fallen in the fourth annual ceremony on the median of Veteran’s Boulevard.  The cross erection ritual will take place on the west side of the Main Street junction.

The communities of Sunridge and Stonegate flank each side of this intersection.

Organizers will place 25 crosses, all bearing the name, birthdate, rank and date of death of an Airdrie soldier killed in the line of duty if applicable, on Veteran’s Boulevard.  An honour guard will accompany the crosses, give the salute and raise the flag.

The 25 crosses will remain in place as a

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People are still buying homes in Airdrie. 

This Alberta city, disguised as a small town, experienced a 30 per cent growth over the four year period 2009 to 2013 and analysts predict that with right conditions, it will see another 75 per cent population surge in the next 10 years or so.

Early indications were than Airdrie could grow to 90,000 people by 2040.  However, new predictions suggest that target could be hit by 2027.

Airdrie city councilors don’t want to discourage growth, because new populations widen the tax base.  But one of the city’s charms is its small town vibe and Airdrie’s key stakeholders would like to keep it that way.  This desire to keep things small and friendly led to council’s development of a new sustainability plan late

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Fire can strike at any time.  Protect your home and your family during Fire Prevention Week in Airdrie.

The Airdrie Fire Department will be conducting public education programs Oct 3 to 10, 2015 throughout the city. This year’s theme is “Hear the Beep Where You Sleep”, urging home owners and renters alike to ensure that every bedroom has a working smoke detector.

Fire Prevention Week kicks off Saturday, Oct 3 with Safety Day at the Chinook Winds Fire Station from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Families are invited to meet firefighters, try on their gear and check out interactive booths, including a simulator so that children will learn how to respond to a fire in a bedroom.  Sparky the fire mascot and entertainer Mary Lambert will also be on hand.


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