Looking for Bow Corridor Ecosystem Advisory Group (BCEAG) publications? See the download list here.
The Town of Canmore has compiled a list of current and historical documents for the Three Sisters lands.
Looking for additional documents? We have many older planning documents and studies in our library. Contact us for more information.
Wildlife Corridor Studies and Environmental Impact Statements
Wildlife Movement Corridors in the Southern Canmore Region
- Assessing the Design and Functionality of Wildlife Movement Corridors in the Southern Canmore Region (7.9MB)
Golder Associates Corridor Report
TERA Environmental Consultants: Trails and Recreational Use Report
- Recommendations for Trails and Management of Recreational Use for the Town of Canmore: South Canmore and West Palliser (Draft July 2012) (8.0MB)
Regional Wildlife Corridor Study: Wind Valley/Dead Mans Flats
- Part II Corridor Delineation (4.1MB)
Spring Creek Environmental Impact Statement
Lands Adjacent to the Town of Banff (LATB)
Parks Canada initiated the LATB process to help understand human use in the land peripheral to the Banff townsite. The overall intent of the Human Use Strategy is to identify social or human use objectives that complement ecological management goals identified in the park management plan.
- LATB: Trail Study
- Banff Resident Trail Recreation Survey
- Focus Group: Residents/Local Users
- Motorist Day-Use Exit Survey
Central Rockies Ecosystem Interagency Liason Group (CREILG)
2006 Conference: Future Landscapes in the Canadian Rockies – Integrating Human Dimensions with Ecosystem Management (Canmore, Alberta November 13 to November 15, 2006)
- 2006 Conference Proceedings (24.3MB)
Plants and Pesticides
- Recommended Plant Species for Landscaping in Banff National Park (Revised March 2011)
- Ox-eye Daisy Factsheet
Air Quality Reports
- A Bighorn Corridor Air Quality Report: Ground Level Monitoring Results Before and After Fuel Conversion at Lafarge (8.3MB)
Home Buyer’s Guide
Town of Canmore Environmental Sustainability Action Plan (ESAP)