Town of Canmore

Town Council

Canmore’s Town Council is the legislative body that represents the citizens of Canmore. The mayor and six councillors provide leadership and establish policies and priorities for Canmore’s municipal government. They also establish the budget for civic operations and capital expenditures.

Cannmore residents vote for their mayor and councillors in a general election held every four years. This council was elected in October 2021.

Council's Mission Statement: 
Serving the community to enhance our quality of life by working collaboratively, with the benefit of individual knowledge, experience, and community connections, to make balanced decisions that sustain and uphold community values for the betterment of the Town of Canmore.

Core Functions of Council:

  • Set strategic goals and priorities for the organization
  • Establish policies, set service levels and approve budgets 
  • Provide governance and leadership for the corporation
  • Represent the public interest

Council Meetings

Find out about upcoming council meetings, meeting frequency, and view the meeting schedule.

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Meet Town Council

Contact information for individual members of council, the mayor, and the municipal clerk.

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Connect with Council

Find information on connecting with Town Council, the Mayor, and the Town of Canmore executive office here.

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Public Hearings

Public hearings are formal proceedings that follow rules set out by provincial and local legislation. Learn more about past and upcoming public hearings here.

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Live Webcast

The Town of Canmore is pleased to offer live web streaming of council meetings. Watch council meetings streamed live here.

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Agendas, Minutes & Videos

View minutes, agendas, and council videos from public hearings, council meetings, and more.

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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 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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