Over the weekend a man was stabbed at the Dickson Stevenson Rest Stop and RCMP now have an update on the investigation. 

On Sunday, July 8th Airdrie RCMP originally received a report of shots fired at the Dickson Stevenson Rest Stop north of Airdrie. 

When police arrived they found a man suffering from stab wounds. 

Calgary HAWCS Helicopter, as well as the Calgary Police Dog Services, were called to assist in the matter. 

The suspect was able to get away prior to RCMP arrival in a 2009 black Buick Enclave which was found later Sunday night in Edmonton. 

The suspect is still at large. 

The victim of the stabbing is continuing to recover from his injuries. 



RCMP Investigate Stabbing At Rest Stop


Questions? Comments? Story ideas? Email us at [email protected] 

More Local News

Nominations Open for UCP in New Airdrie-Cochrane Riding

If you were considering putting your name forward to become a candidate for the UCP party in the new Airdrie-Cochrane riding for the 2019 Alberta provincial election, you need to move fast.

Another Appointment for Local MP Blake Richards

Just a few days into the fall sitting of the House of Commons in Ottawa and already Banff-Airdrie MP Blake Richards is learning another new job.

City Wide Food Drive Was A Rousing Success

Last Saturday (September 15th) several volunteers helped raise a large amount of support for the Airdrie Food Bank.

Report Says Alberta Economy is Recovering and Airdrie Economic Development Head Agrees

According to a recent report issued by the TD Bank, Alberta's economy is headed in the right direction and the Team Lead for Airdrie Economic Development tends to agree.

A Day To Recognize Our Senior Citizens

For the second time in history, the Alberta Government will be recognizing the International Day of Older Persons.

11 Cent Jump!

Airdrie residents have likely noticed the massive jump at the pumps.

Police Provide An Update On The Highway 2A Collision

RCMP have confirmed that the man involved in a serious crash on Highway 2A last night has succumbed to his injuries.

Walkin Around The Deal

After sixteen years in business, Airdrie's walking around may be permanently closing after what the owner calls a "backdoor deal".

Changes Coming For Grade 5/6 Immunizations.

Starting this year, Grade 5 students won’t be immunized for HPV or Hepatitis B.

DiscoverWestman.com is Westman's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

Search the Biz Guide