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Financial Concerns
Bow Valley Engage: Rod de Leeuw on Financial Impacts of TSMV

One of TSMV's biggest claims is how they will bring financial stability to our community. But if what if that's not true? Rod de Leeuw was Canmore's Chief Finanical Officer for 11 years and says we should look at past trends and think otherwise. Please share widely!

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Monday, February 15, 2021
Affordable Housing Concerns

Affordable housing is not an issue that just stands on its own – it lives at the intersection of social justice, racism, economic disparity and so much more. Adam Linnard speaks to this, and how inclusivity is a true measure of a healthy community. How did we get here? What are some solutions? What traps do we as concerned citizens need to be aware of in our journey for a more just, vital Canmore?

Undermining Concerns

Why it is difficult to build houses and roads on lands that have had extensive coal mining.

Why there must NOT be any structures built on the unfinished golf course on Three Sisters Creek in Canmore.

The undermining issues and concerns with the proposed development of TSMV are analyzed in this 23min video.

Jerry Auld explains the significant uncertainty and inherent risks of developing on the TSMV undermined lands.

Wildlife Concerns
Karsten Heuer on TSMV's latest development proposals

Local wildlife biologist, Karsten Heuer shares his candid thoughts on the harmful development proposals from TSMV. Please share with your networks!

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Friday, February 12, 2021

Wildlife biologist Karsten Heuer describes why wildlife corridors in and around the town of Canmore are significant on a continental scale.

Sarah Elmeligi Elaborates on Wildlife Corridors

Local wildlife biologist and grizzly expert Sarah Elmeligi puts forth her thoughts on TSMV's latest proposals and their impact on critical wildlife corridors in the Bow Valley. Also - she has a fun experiment that you can do to ponder animal movement!

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Wildfire Concerns

WILDFIRE. This issue has flown under the radar until Shaun Peter brought forth his concerns on TSMV's wildfire...

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Saturday, February 27, 2021
Quality of Life Concerns

Dave Verhulst leads nature programs for youth. He talks about preserving nature for future generations, connection to...

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Monday, February 22, 2021

In 2006, Town of Canmore sponsored a year-long public engagement process for our town's evolution: "Mining the Future"....

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Why You Should Engage

Born in Canmore, Naia shares her thoughts on public engagement, activism and the importance of getting involved.

Canmore’s Carolyn Shaw talks about mental health, and provides tools to help through anxiety, depression, apathy, in the face of development.

When Tenaya and Robin spoke up against TSMV in 2017, they were in high school. Here they are, 4 years later - smarter...

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Mental Health

Julie Lamoreux's heart-felt submission at the Public Hearing resonated with so many. Here, she speaks more about mental...

Posted by Bow Valley Engage on Sunday, March 14, 2021