Sinkhole repair in Three Sisters gets approval

Canmore Town council has added a new capital project for this year that will permanently remediate a nearly five metre deep sinkhole in Three Sisters Mountain Village. Late last year, Mayor John Borrowman announced the Town had received a $600,000 grant from the Province to fix the hole, located along a municipal pathway near Dyrgas… Continue reading Sinkhole repair in Three Sisters gets approval

Residents gather for Three Sisters info ahead of public hearing

The debate surrounding a massive project for the remaining 80 per cent of developable land in Canmore has garnered increased attention since Town council unanimously delayed first reading of a new area structure plan (ASP) last week. That interest was on full display Friday (May 3) when more than 200 people packed the Canmore Seniors’… Continue reading Residents gather for Three Sisters info ahead of public hearing

Council skips first reading of Three Sisters ASP

An area structure plan (ASP) for the remaining 80 per cent of developable land in Canmore has moved past first reading and will go directly to a public hearing following a decision by Town council at a special meeting, Tuesday (April 30). Council unanimously voted to proceed with a formal public hearing on May 15… Continue reading Council skips first reading of Three Sisters ASP

Council hears review of Environmental Impact Statement

*published in April 4 edition of the Rocky Mountain Outlook. The Town of Canmore’s third party reviewer of an environmental impact statement (EIS) for proposed development in Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) has outlined three main issues for council to review before first reading of a new area structure plan (ASP) is presented at the… Continue reading Council hears review of Environmental Impact Statement

Council to weigh fencing, corridor on Three Sisters

Canmore Town council will face a tough decision next week as it evaluates a Sustainable Screening Report (SSR) concerning proposed development on land within Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV). If approved, the development could, according to estimates, increase the town’s population by 10,000 people. Over the last week and a half some residents, especially those… Continue reading Council to weigh fencing, corridor on Three Sisters

Canmore council turns down Stewart Creek development

After a lengthy debate between members of the public and councillors regarding a proposed development on Stewart Creek Golf Course, Canmore Town council did not approve a required Sustainability Screening Report (SSR) application due to the site’s location adjacent to a wildlife corridor and its lack of providing an overall benefit to the town. Canmore… Continue reading Canmore council turns down Stewart Creek development