Alberta Environment and Parks received an application from Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Ltd. for approval of a wildlife corridor for their proposed Smith Creek property development, pursuant to Natural Resources Conservation
Board Decision Report 9103.
Wildlife Corridor Application – Smith Creek Area Structure Plan
- Phase 1: Project Start and Visioning Public Engagement Report- 2016 (15 Pages, <1 MB)
- Phase 2: Exploration Report- 2016, (4 Pages, <1 MB)
- Phase 3: Policy Development Report- 2016 (28 pages, <1 MB)
- Phase 4: Draft Policy Review Report- 2016, (6 Pages, <1 MB)
- Resort Area Amendments and the Smith Creek Area Structure Plan- 2016, (25 Pages, > 3 MB)
- Three Sisters Final Wildlife Corridor Submission- Jan 26, 2017, (4 Pages, <1 MB)
Wildlife Corridors Smith Creek Evaluation- Mar 6, 2017, (50 Pages, > 6 MB)
All comments that have been submitted are now posted for viewing:
The report for the Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) Wildlife Corridor Application open house held March 16, 2017 at the Coast Canmore Hotel is now available.
Alberta Environment and Parks Letter requesting additional information from Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) regarding their Wildlife Corridor Application is now available.
Three Sister's Mountain Village (TSMV) response to Alberta Environment and Parks request for additional information is now available.
You can download a copy of the Natural Resources Conservation Board (NRCB) decision report on Three Sisters Golf Resorts Inc. located under Decisions in the Recreation section here:
Alberta Environment and Parks received a wildlife corridor application from Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) on January 26, 2017. After an internal review of the application for completeness public input was received up until April 20, 2017.
Note: In the interest of full transparency all public input received by Alberta Environment and Parks will be posted on this website, in accordance with all applicable Freedom of Information and Privacy Act requirements. Names
will appear, but any further personal information will be removed.
The Director, South Saskatchewan Region, Alberta Environment and Parks will present a draft decision for final public comment after April 20, 2017. Further details regarding exact date, time and location of this presentation will
be provided in the near future.
Related Project Applications
Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Ltd. will also apply to the Town of Canmore for approval of the Area Structure Plan for their proposed Smith Creek property development, and for approval of the Area Structure Plan for the proposed
Resort Center. You can download a copy of these Area Structure Plans for Three Sisters Mountain Village and Wildlife under Residents in the Planning & Development section, Public Engagement and Information here:
All public questions and comments regarding the proposed Smith Creek Area Structure Plan and the proposed Resort Center Area Structure Plan should be directed to the Town of Canmore.
If you require further information about how Alberta Environment and Parks will review the wildlife corridor application for the Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Ltd. Smith Creek property development, please contact:
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Statement
By providing your comments and/or attachments to Alberta Environment & Parks (AEP), for the purpose of public input into the approval process
of a wildlife corridor proposed for the Smith Creek property development (Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties) you will be consenting
to the public release of your name and any other personal information you include in your email and/or attachments regarding this initiative.
This personal information is being collected pursuant to Natural Resources Conservation Board Decision Report 9103 and under the authorization
of Section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act and is managed in accordance with Part 2 of the FOIP Act.
In the interest of full transparency all public input received by AEP will be posted on this website. Your personal information will only be
used by AEP for the purpose stated above and will not be used or disclosed for any other purpose without your specific written consent or unless
required to do so by law. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information, please contact Brian Allen, Land Management
Specialist, South Saskatchewan Approvals, Alberta Environment and Parks (403) 592-3186.