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Her remains were discovered three days later by a rancher tending to his cattle near Nanton, 85 kilometres south of Calgary.Parent, who friends say was Mc Coll's boyfriend, was arrested in Gatineau, Que., on Saturday -- 16 years to the day since Mc Coll's body was found.It’s hard news to hear.”With up to 1,400 babies born in Airdrie per year, the city is indeed a hub for young families.

“The attitude it takes a village to raise a child, well it also takes a village to keep a family safe.

-- Friends of an Alberta woman slain 16 years ago say they had lost virtually all hope police would solve the case.

But RCMP announced Monday they have charged Stephane Parent, 49, with second-degree murder in the death of Adrienne Mc Coll.

Mc Coll was 21 when she was reported missing around Valentine's Day 2002.

Domestic violence in the City of Airdrie has reached “epidemic levels” according to some city councillors after recent statistics revealed Airdrie experiences almost four times the provincial average of domestic violence incidents.

Mayor Peter Brown said it was “very disconcerting” hearing the results of a report on family violence presented to council at a meeting mid-May.“Honestly, to see Airdrie four times above the Alberta average is very sad,” Brown said.A lack of affordable housing in Airdrie coupled with long waitlists leave many victims stuck where they are, “unable to escape the domestic violence they experience because there are no housing options.”“We can’t rely on Calgary because not only does it overburden their system, but it takes citizens out of our community,” Hunter said.“How do we keep families safe without uprooting them from all of the social safety nets they have — it’s pretty daunting having to upset your entire life,” he said.“The idea one should trade their safety for food and a roof over their head is terrible.”Long and short-term recommendations to be discussed by council members at upcoming meetings include building a local women’s shelter, forming a collaborative community response, and educating and spreading awareness about the increasing issue of domestic violence in Airdrie.“Domestic violence is the most uncomfortable conversation you can have with people in the community,” he said."He was very surprised to see that for a second time he's arrested for the same thing Saturday morning, so he was in shock," said Rancourt. She was everything happy and pretty in this world." April Hall, another friend of Mc Coll's who worked at Studio 82, said she's feeling happy, angry and sad all at the same time. Shandi Bard, Mc Coll's best friend, said news of the arrest has left her with mixed emotions and she thanked RCMP for not giving up.Rancourt said his client was flown to Calgary on Monday and will ask to be released on bail, as it could be a year or two before trial. "It's a long road ahead, but we know justice will be served," she said.“You walk around, families are out, the parks are full, it’s a wonderful place.

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