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Council has made the following proclamations:

  • September 2023 as Resiliency Awareness Month in Airdrie to focus on discussing, addressing and experieincing opportunities that promote good brain health through increased brain knowledge and understanding.
  • Sept.17 to 23, 2023 as National Forest Week to encourage Airdrie to participate in this one-week campaign to learn more about the forest sector and its significance to Canada's culture, history, and future, while also supporting a greater recognition of forests as a valuable, renewable and green resource;
  • Sept. 18, 2023 as Big Brother and Big Sister Day in Airdrie and will illuminate City Hall in teal and gold;
  • Sept. 30, 2023 as National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Airdrie and will illuminate City Hall in orange lights to commemorate this significant day and to honour the survivors, their families and communities;
  • Oct. 6, 2023 as World Cerebral Palsy Day in Airdrie and will illuminate City Hall in green lights to raise public awareness about the serious challenges that remain for people affected by cerebral palsy; 
  • Nov. 16, 2023 as National Children's Grief Awareness Day and will illuminate City facilities in blue lights to raise awareness and show support for children who are suffering through grief, loss, and/or separation; and
  • ratify the proclamation of Sept. 9, 2023 as International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day in Airdrie, which is devoted to improving the prevention, diagnosis and supports for individuals and their families affected by FASD, a lifelong disability that affects the brain and body of individuals who were exposed to alcohol in the womb.


On behalf of Airdrie City Council and the staff, our hearts and thoughts are with Ukrainian people near and far. We encourage you to check in with your fellow Airdronians who have loved ones in Ukraine to support them in these uncertain times.