On May 31 Airdrie residents Don and Carole Nelson embarked on a year-long adventure – riding their motorcycle 52,000 kilometres to South America and back.
We’re less than a month away from my favourite sport finally becoming socially acceptable in Canada once again when UEFA Euro 2016 kicks off in France on June 10.
A goose named Harold helped change the life of one girl growing up on a southern Saskatchewan farm and now, 33 years after Harold’s death, he is helping change lives around the world.
When metal detecting enthusiast Bill Jones, 63, is not scouring the grounds of Airdrie for lost treasure, he dedicates much of his free time helping reunite people with their lost rings.
Thanks to the Give A Mile program, and a plethora of donated loyalty travel miles, Airdrie resident Valda Allamby and her daughter Deb will be flying to her native country of Barbados to see her family one last time.
Remembrance Day marks a time when North Bay, Ont., resident Scott McLaughlin, 56, said he feels the presence of his late father. During last year’s Remembrance Day, McLaughlin said a short news clip of an Airdrie veteran on the local CTV station made him feel his father was sitting right next to him.
In 1922, a velveteen rabbit, perched in a child’s nursery, pondered what it meant to be real.
For the past three years, Airdrie’s own party rock band Blakkstone Hexx has been delivering its unique take on classic rock across Southern Alberta.
The comedic and often zany stories that encompass the history of Paros on Main is being told through the eyes of its owner Effrossini Tzigalanis in her first book, Reservation for 10, which is currently in the process of being published.
Putting aside the federal election results for just one moment, let’s clap for the most important element Canada gained over these past 78 days since the writ dropped: a widespread political engagement among people of all ages and walks of life.