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Sept. 2, 2020 | ANNOUNCEMENTS

Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) released draft Area Structure Plans (ASPs) for Three Sisters Village and Smith Creek to the community on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 for the purpose of engagement and further public feedback on its remaining developable lands.

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Front door access to outdoor fun

Front door access to outdoor fun

Shawn and Marnie Dawson and their three kids have been living in Three Sisters Mountain Village for just over a year. After more than a decade of being based out of Peaks of Grassi, the couple began thinking longer-term. The prospect of planning for retirement and a...

TSMV announces MOU and sponsorship with CAMBA

TSMV announces MOU and sponsorship with CAMBA

A path has been set toward securing a long-term vision for an integrated, connected trail system in Canmore. Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) and the Canmore and Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support the...

BEYOND BUILDINGS WITH BIOLOGIST KYLE KNOPFF

BEYOND BUILDINGS WITH BIOLOGIST KYLE KNOPFF

Kyle Knopff has spent tens of thousands of hours in the Canadian Rocky Mountains observing and tracking wildlife. A biologist with a PHD in Ecology from the University of Alberta, he has primarily focused his work on large mammals; carnivores and ungulates. More specifically,

WHAT’S NEW WITH THE HEALTH AND WELLNESS TOURISM MARKET?

WHAT’S NEW WITH THE HEALTH AND WELLNESS TOURISM MARKET?

More than ever, travellers are looking for social, physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional experiences. They want an opportunity to stay fit, eat well, and incorporate rest and relaxation into their vacations. Wellness tourism is a $3.7 trillion (USD) industry...

EXPLORING THE BENEFITS OF AND BARRIERS TO DEVELOPMENT

EXPLORING THE BENEFITS OF AND BARRIERS TO DEVELOPMENT

The pathways that connect Three Sisters to downtown Canmore are beautiful. I rode those trails on my bike the other day and marveled at the views of the river and mountains, while passing people enjoying green spaces. We wouldn’t have access to moments like these if developers had not put those trails in place.