Town of Canmore

Community Monitoring Report

The Canmore Community Monitoring Report (CCMR)summarizes key Town of Canmore indicators that provide local information about past and current trends. The most recent reports are below:

2021/2022 Canmore Community Monitoring Report

The 2022 monitoring report has transitioned from a standard report document to interactive websites. View the information by clicking the links below.

  1. The Progress Report- 2018 Strategic Business Plan, which highlights community-level indicators related
  2. The Canmore Community Profile Report, which provides context and background information 

Past Reports

pdf 2018 Canmore Community Monitoring Report (9.81 MB)

pdf 2016 Canmore Community Monitoring Report (11.54 MB)

pdf 2014 Canmore Community Monitoring Project (6.20 MB)


The Town of Canmore’s Community Monitoring program began in 1995 based on recommendations from the Growth Management Strategy. As the monitoring program evolved to meet our community needs, the resulting report grew from a 32-page threshold and monitoring report to a 288-page compendium of data, which included detailed department, organization, and community-level information.

The Town of Canmore has recently engaged WCS Engagement & Planning to review the monitoring program and provide recommendations for a new report that is concise, informative, and easy to navigate. In 2022, we released a new interactive, web-based monitoring report. This report is focused on relevant, community-level information. We are exploring incorporating more detailed information into these new web-based reports.



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 Goodstoney 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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