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Scott Strasser

Scott Strasser

Scott Strasser joined Airdrie Today in July 2018, after spending a year reporting for a community news outlet on Vancouver Island. He graduated with a BA in communications and media studies in 2017 from the University of Calgary, where he was the news editor of the student-run newspaper, the Gauntlet. While on campus, he also wrote for the U of C Dinos' website. He is the editor for the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly.

Phone
587-326-4152
Email
sstrasser@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Scott

Health-care workers need government support: HSAA president

Health-care workers need government support: HSAA president

The president of the union that represents thousands of health-care professionals in Alberta is calling on the provincial government to better support the sector’s workers.
Alberta pharmacist suspended, faces $40,000 in fines due to 'unprofessional' record-keeping practices

Alberta pharmacist suspended, faces $40,000 in fines due to 'unprofessional' record-keeping practices

An Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP) hearing tribunal found Irricana pharmacist Anamaria Muresan guilty of unprofessional conduct related to unethical record keeping.
Rocky View Schools sports teams limited to league play

Rocky View Schools sports teams limited to league play

Airdrie's and Rocky View County's public high-school sports teams will be limited to playing against their divisional opponents until further notice. 
Bragg Creek theatre company preps for busy 2022 season

Bragg Creek theatre company preps for busy 2022 season

After a successful first Christmas production last month, the Bragg Creek-based musical theatre company is launching a spring theatre course for youth this spring and re-introducing its cancelled 2020 production of The Wizard of Oz.
COVID exposure delays murder trial for accused in Uber killing near Cochrane

COVID exposure delays murder trial for accused in Uber killing near Cochrane

The nine-day murder trial for Robert Daignault was set to begin Jan. 4 in Calgary, but a COVID-19 exposure at the remand centre forced the accused to self-isolate, delaying proceedings.
RVC Mayor Don Kochan looks ahead to 2022

RVC Mayor Don Kochan looks ahead to 2022

“I know from the perspective of Rocky View County and my council colleagues, 2022 will be a year in which we continue to provide the programs and services residents and business owners want and need.”
RVC council approves interim budget, Springbank land acquisition

RVC council approves interim budget, Springbank land acquisition

Rocky View County (RVC) council approved an interim capital and operating budget at their Dec. 14 meeting. The budget, which will be in effect for January and February 2022, is capped at total operating expenditures of $20 million and capital expenditures of $49 million.
Bereavement bill passing a 'big win': Banff-Airdrie MP Blake Richards

Bereavement bill passing a 'big win': Banff-Airdrie MP Blake Richards

Banff-Airdrie MP Blake Richards is celebrating a victory for grieving parents and a “significant step forward” on an issue he has been working on bringing to the attention of parliament since 2018.
Airdrie Bisons disappointed as Mac's AAA U18 hockey tournament cancelled

Airdrie Bisons disappointed as Mac's AAA U18 hockey tournament cancelled

The Mac's AAA U18 International Hockey Tournament was cancelled in light of the Omicron variant
On-duty paramedic dies at Airdrie Urgent Care Centre

On-duty paramedic dies at Airdrie Urgent Care Centre

No ambulances were available to respond to an on-duty paramedic in Airdrie that died of cardiac arrest on Dec. 18, says the union that represents Alberta paramedics.