One local family is offering rides to Airdrie residents who are the most vulnerable to the cold.  

Nora Nevins moved to Airdrie in 2013 and has faced the challenges that winter brings head-on as a mother, and her family believes that community is everything.  

With many in the community currently facing the challenging times the extreme cold has brought, they were ready to step up to help.  

“Being so cold in our city right now, and with the rise of groceries, inflation and mortgage rates. People are already down, so I thought we have three capable adults and three reliable vehicles. And if anyone needed a ride in an emergency, especially the vulnerable our children, our seniors,” said Nevins.  

Nevins believes the local community must help one another when the need arises. 

 “It's important for us to step out and support people with no obligations. You know, we don't want to receive anything back. We just want to be able to help people.” Nevins said. 

The Nevins family is prepared to help anyone in need as temperatures drop as low as –46 degrees Friday night. 

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