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CCH, CRPS reach deal on potential additional affordable units

CCH, CRPS reach deal on potential additional affordable units

"We’re always exploring news ways that can serve the core needs of the program, which has to do with keeping residents in our community and giving them opportunities to buy into our community.”
TSMVPL, Town of Canmore potentially hit pause for one legal case

TSMVPL, Town of Canmore potentially hit pause for one legal case

An agreement between the Town of Canmore and Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Limited will see the Court of Appeal process play out prior to a potential mandamus application on the future of the Smith Creek and Three Sisters Village area structure plans.
MD of Bighorn approves new ice rink policy

MD of Bighorn approves new ice rink policy

“The taxpayers across the MD are going to be footing the bills for these facilities that they may not be using. Some of them could be upset to pay for something they don’t use, or live in an area where they wouldn’t possibly use it.”
Exshaw Mountain Gateway heads to third reading at MD of Bighorn council

Exshaw Mountain Gateway heads to third reading at MD of Bighorn council

“The statement that current infrastructure can handle the proposed population, EMG would add about 140 units to Exshaw. The current road system can handle those units.”
SDAB to decide on common amenity housing, commercial project

SDAB to decide on common amenity housing, commercial project

“Anyone in the hospitality industry in Canmore or Banff knows if you don’t have staff housing you will not get staff.”
MD of Bighorn looks at new rink policy

MD of Bighorn looks at new rink policy

“It is important to look at what our communities are asking from us and recreation has something all the hamlets have been looking to the MD for. This is a small way that we can support the recreation that the community associations have been working hard, volunteering many hours, to provide.”
2023 to be 'jam-packed' year for Banff planning department

2023 to be 'jam-packed' year for Banff planning department

“Redevelopment won’t stop, but it will stop in the sense of expansion of new floor area. I think the commercial sector, which has been very vibrant for the last few years, will continue to show strength.”
Banff entrance sign relocation comes with hefty price tag

Banff entrance sign relocation comes with hefty price tag

“I think we’re a victim of our own success with this particular sign. It’s a fantastic sign and I love so much about it, and I would not want to see it disappear,” said Councillor Barb Pelham.
Banff affordable housing development needs $950K budget boost

Banff affordable housing development needs $950K budget boost

“I remember the conversation council had in 2020 about whether our not to proceed with The Aster in the midst of a pandemic and council’s north star was we will need housing into the future despite the current state of tourism and of the world."
Canmore's building permit bylaw updated, extensions limited

Canmore's building permit bylaw updated, extensions limited

“We want to see them finish on time and we don’t want to see them lingering in our system. It’ll also reduce the amount of administration processing for all the extensions we give throughout the year.”