2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Bid Support
Council voted 6 to 1, with Councillor McCallum in opposition, to support Calgary’s potential bid on the 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Games and agree to provide the required IOC Guarantees on the condition that satisfactory terms are reached with other orders of government for funding support sufficient to cover the operational costs of Games delivery in the Town of Canmore. Council expressed their support for the Games citing the legacy opportunities for Canmore to gain 242 units of Perpetually Affordable Housing, additional flood mitigation, and as a result of hosting the Paralympics, improve our accessibility. For more information visit https://canmore.ca/projects/2026-winter-olympics-bid
Town of Canmore Organizational Review Final Report
Council heard the results of an organizational review carried out on Town administration over the last several months. The review found that the Town has reached the limit of its current administrative model, and the final report recommends that a business transformation initiative be undertaken across the organization to improve structure, capacity, and processes to better deliver day-to-day operations and service to the public as the volume and complexity of work increases. To read the report, see item G-2 in the November 6 agenda package: https://canmore.ca/documents/2939-2018-11-06-council-agenda-regular
Rezoning at 530 4th Street
Council granted a request from the owner of 530 4th Street to rezone the property from R1 (residential single family detached) to R2 (residential family two-unit).
Spring Creek Mountain Village Public District Amendments
Council voted unanimously to amend the Spring Creek Mountain Village area redevelopment plan by adjusting the boundaries of a public use district in Stage 2 so it matches the boundaries of future subdivisions.
To read any of the reports in the meeting agenda package or watch the webcast, visit https://canmore.ca/town-hall/town-council/council-minutes-agendas