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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.

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Recent Work by Scott

Former Canmore CAO Don Kochan running for Rocky View County council

Former Canmore CAO Don Kochan running for Rocky View County council

Former Town of Canmore Chief Administrative Officer and long-time Springbank resident Don Kochan is adding his name to a growing list of candidates for Rocky View County (RVC) council.
Banff-Airdrie candidates tout their ideas at library meet-and-greet

Banff-Airdrie candidates tout their ideas at library meet-and-greet

Voters in the Banff-Airdrie riding had their first opportunity to hear candidates speak opposite each other in the lead-up to the Sept. 20 federal election.
Airdrie resident gunning for Banff-Airdrie seat under new west-focused Maverick Party

Airdrie resident gunning for Banff-Airdrie seat under new west-focused Maverick Party

Airdrie resident Tariq Elnaga is throwing his cowboy hat into the ring for the next federal election in the Banff-Airdrie riding.
Cochranite Nadine Wellwood running for People's Party of Canada in Banff-Airdrie riding

Cochranite Nadine Wellwood running for People's Party of Canada in Banff-Airdrie riding

Two years after first entering the political realm, Cochrane's Nadine Wellwood is once again representing the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) in the upcoming federal election.
David Gamble to run for Liberal Party in Banff-Airdrie riding

David Gamble to run for Liberal Party in Banff-Airdrie riding

As voters prepare to head to the polls for a federal election on Sept. 20, the current governing party has unveiled its candidate for the Banff-Airdrie riding.
Airdrie bartender's Caesar in running for best in Canada

Airdrie bartender's Caesar in running for best in Canada

An Airdrie bartender’s signature creation is once again in the running to be named Canada’s top Caesar.
Rachel Notley takes questions on Airdrie health-care issues

Rachel Notley takes questions on Airdrie health-care issues

Alberta NDP leader Rachel Notley was in Airdrie on April 23, and the Airdrie City View editorial team had the opportunity to interview the former premier at Nose Creek Regional Park.
Airdrie resident speaks up about mental health importance following son's overdose death

Airdrie resident speaks up about mental health importance following son's overdose death

A long-time Airdrie resident who lost her son to an opioid overdose last fall is hoping to bring more awareness to the issues of mental health struggles and addiction among the city’s youth.
Alberta Summer Games cancelled for second time

Alberta Summer Games cancelled for second time

The Alberta Summer Games have been dealt another hammer blow. Originally scheduled to be held in Lethbridge in July 2020, the Alberta Summer Games were postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, on Jan.
Gavin Rose qualifies for World Junior Rodeo Finals

Gavin Rose qualifies for World Junior Rodeo Finals

Christmas could come early for Airdrie’s littlest cowboy this year. For the first time in his young rodeo career, nine-year-old Gavin Rose of Airdrie has qualified for the Junior World Finals, which will be held in Fort Worth, Tex. from Dec. 2 to 9.