Town of Canmore

Climate Action

Canmore has a long-standing commitment to taking meaningful action related to environmental stewardship and climate change action. In 2019, Council declared a State of Climate Emergency. The declaration of a State of Climate Emergency is intended to reaffirm that commitment and add Canmore’s voice to a growing number of communities, territories, and nations making similar declarations.

Climate Action Plan

Learn more about the Climate Action Plan here.

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Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Plan

Learn more about the Climate Change and Adaptation Plan here.

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Clean Energy Improvement Program

One third of Canmore’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are from existing buildings. The Clean Energy Improvement Program (CEIP) is designed to reduce those emissions through energy efficiency improvements and scaling up renewable energy.

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Municipal Climate Change Actions

Learn more about how the Town of Canmore is addressing Climate Change.

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Solar Incentive Program

This page contains information on the Solar Incentive Program.

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The Town of Canmore is located within Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta. In the spirit of respect, reciprocity and truth, we honour and acknowledge the Canmore area, known as “Chuwapchipchiyan Kudi Bi” (translated in Stoney Nakoda as “shooting at the willows”) and the traditional Treaty 7 territory and oral practices of the Îyârhe Nakoda (Stoney Nakoda) – comprised of the Bearspaw First Nation, Chiniki First Nation, and Wesley First Nation – as well as the Tsuut’ina First Nation and the Blackfoot Confederacy comprised of the Siksika, Piikani, Kainai. We acknowledge that this territory is home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3, within the historical Northwest Métis homeland. We acknowledge all Nations who live, work, and play and help us steward this land and honour and celebrate this territory. We commit to working to live in right relations and to advance Truth and Reconciliation.

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