Skip to content

Canmore

Canmore moves forward with social supports to mitigate COVID-19 effects

Canmore moves forward with social supports to mitigate COVID-19 effects

"I am so proud that we have people working for the Town of Canmore that are caring and putting careful work and thought into helping people in a time of need," said Mayor John Borrowman.
Concerns raised about proposed development next to creek, popular trail route

Concerns raised about proposed development next to creek, popular trail route

"It is a beautiful path and I think there is significant environmental value to that spot," said Canmore resident Jeff Mah during a public hearing earlier this month. "If it were to be developed, I think it needs to be weighed against that concern."
Canmore approves 2020 tax rate bylaw

Canmore approves 2020 tax rate bylaw

The value of property in Canmore is $7.97 billion, an increase of $640 million from assessments the year prior. While 2020 property tax rates are being held at 2019 levels for both municipal and provincial levies, properties that saw significant increased assessment can expect to pay more this year as a result.
High school students celebrating graduation with ceremonies adapted for social distancing

High school students celebrating graduation with ceremonies adapted for social distancing

Graduation ceremonies for students at Canmore Collegiate High School, Banff Community High School and Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy will look a little bit different this year
Fitness businesses and rec centres scramble to reopen earlier than expected

Fitness businesses and rec centres scramble to reopen earlier than expected

“I don’t feel prepared, but I’m going to do as much as I can to be prepared. I really have to start out on the right foot. I can’t just open and wing it and see how it goes. I need to have a 100 per cent clear plan in place that everyone is aware of and can follow.”
Exshaw residents rally together amid flooding

Exshaw residents rally together amid flooding

Nine-year-old Exshaw resident Mikaela Smith has been dedicated to monitoring water pumps removing groundwater flooding homes along Mt. Mcgillvary Drive for the past 10 days
Canmore Filipino Canadian Society serves up delicious relief

Canmore Filipino Canadian Society serves up delicious relief

"Giving back is how we express our gratitude."
Canmore housing corporation looking for Peaks Landing project developer

Canmore housing corporation looking for Peaks Landing project developer

Canmore Community Housing Corporation has received 12 submissions to a second request for proposals to design and build perpetually affordable housing at 1100 Lawrence Grassi Ridge
Bow Valley raises fist at Black Lives Matter rallies

Bow Valley raises fist at Black Lives Matter rallies

Video, photos and the story from the Black Lives Matter vigil and march in Banff, Saturday (June 6).
Updated Canmore undermining regulation, guidelines adopted by province

Updated Canmore undermining regulation, guidelines adopted by province

"The Town has no role in undermining," said manager of engineering Andy Esarte. "Our role is largely focused around ensuring that the work is done properly because we are basically a buyer of municipal land and infrastructure. Like any other buyer, we need to do our due diligence before we receive those lands and infrastructure."