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Masha Scheele

Masha Scheele

Masha Scheele joined Airdrie Today in December 2021, after spending three years reporting for a small-town locally owned community news outlet in Hinton, Alberta. She graduated with a bachelor degree in communications and journalism in 2016 from Mount Royal University in Calgary, where she was an editor of the student-run newspaper, the Calgary Journal and The Reflector. Following graduation, she worked in a communications role for several years at the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. She is now a reporter for the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly.

Phone
587-326-4151
Email
mscheele@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Masha

Super-Pufft opens $50-million processing facility in Airdrie

Super-Pufft opens $50-million processing facility in Airdrie

A snack maker is opening its first multimillion dollar facility in Alberta.
Commentary: Scary impact on Alberta's poultry industry

Commentary: Scary impact on Alberta's poultry industry

According to Health Canada, there is no evidence that the avian influenza virus can be transmitted to humans through the consumption of poultry and eggs
Former Rocky View County couple sue RCMP and CPS for $1.5 million after botched drug raid east of Airdrie

Former Rocky View County couple sue RCMP and CPS for $1.5 million after botched drug raid east of Airdrie

A Southern Alberta couple believes police did not have sufficient evidence to carry out a "no-knock" drug raid on their 2020 property, which they are now seeking compensation for.
Airdrie rainbow pride pathway vandalized fourth time

Airdrie rainbow pride pathway vandalized fourth time

A rainbow walkway in a southern Alberta city will have to be repainted for a fourth time after an anti-transgender message was spray painted on it.
Miss Philippines-Canada Queen Pride Pageant takes over New Horizon Mall

Miss Philippines-Canada Queen Pride Pageant takes over New Horizon Mall

The Miss Philippines-Canada Queen Pride Pageant took place at the New Horizon Mall in Balzac on Feb. 26 and 27. Candidates from across the country competed for the crown.
Alberta moves to step 2 of back to normal plan on March 1

Alberta moves to step 2 of back to normal plan on March 1

ICYMI: A number of COVID restrictions, including masking mandates, venue and social gathering limits and school requirements will change tonight at midnight
Alberta moves to step 2 of back to normal plan on March 1

Alberta moves to step 2 of back to normal plan on March 1

Premier Jason Kenney announced that as of 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 28, Alberta will see the lifting of many of its remaining COVID-19 restrictions.
Judge convicts southern Alberta man in point-blank shooting of his then-girlfriend's ex

Judge convicts southern Alberta man in point-blank shooting of his then-girlfriend's ex

This story has been updated from an earlier version to include additional comments from the presiding judge.
New Horizon Mall to host Miss Philippines-Canada Queen Pride Pageant next week

New Horizon Mall to host Miss Philippines-Canada Queen Pride Pageant next week

The Miss Philippines-Canada Queen Pride Pageant is coming to New Horizon Mall in Balzac on Feb. 26 and 27. Candidates from across the country will compete for the crown.
NDP leader Rachel Notley talks recent Coutts blockade, EMS issues

NDP leader Rachel Notley talks recent Coutts blockade, EMS issues

Alberta NDP leader Rachel Notley responded to recent Coutts border blockade and protest, the elimination of the Restriction Exemption Program (REP), the lack of sufficient ambulance coverage in Alberta, and a proposed passenger rail project.