Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) has released the Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) for the proposed Area Structure Plans (ASP) for both Smith Creek and Resort Centre.
So, what is the purpose of an EIS?
The purpose of an EIS is to identify the environmental risks associated with a development project and the mitigation strategies to reduce and/or eliminate those identified risks. It also provides an assessment of what could happen after mitigation strategies are put into place. The EIS also includes a study of the cumulative effects of the proposed Smith Creek ASP and Resort Centre ASP Amendment combined with past, present and future developments.
How is the EIS used in the decision process of the ASPs?
The EIS is used to inform Council about the identified risks and mitigation strategies in order for Council to make an informed decision in regards to the approval of both proposed ASPs.
Coffee Shop Talks
Let’s Talk Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV)
WHO: QuantumPlace Developments (QPD) on behalf of TSMV
WHAT: Coffee & discussion on TSMV
WHERE: Good Earth on Main Street
WHEN: Every Tuesday between 9:30am – 12:30pm
Have Questions About Smith Creek Or Resort Centre?
Join us for coffee every Tuesday! Sign up to chat with Jessica Karpat, Principal – Planning, with QPD (on behalf of TSMV). Coffee is on us; all we ask is that you come ready with questions.
We will have two open house events and the same information will be displayed at both sessions. Representatives from Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP), the Town of Canmore and TSMV/QuantumPlace Developments will be present to answer questions.
DATE: March 16, 2017
TIME: 3:00pm – 5:00pm and 6:00pm – 8:00pm (Drop-in)
WHERE: Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre 511 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore, AB T1W 1N7
Alberta Environment and Parks is seeking public input on the Smith Creek Wildlife Corridor application.
For further details on their feedback process click here
An application has been submitted to AEP!
What does this mean?
This proposed wildlife corridor would be the Bow Valley’s WIDEST, and is the LARGEST COMMITMENT OF PRIVATE LAND for a corridor in Canada
THREE SISTERS MOUNTAIN VILLAGE (TSMV) would like to inform the public that a formal application has been made to Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP), proposing the alignment of the wildlife corridor in the Smith Creek area (formerly known as sites 7, 8, & 9) in compliance with the requirements of the Natural Resource Conservation Board (NRCB) decision.
- The application includes an optional relocation of the STEWART CREEK ACROSS VALLEY WILDLIFE CORRIDOR (subject to regulatory approvals)
- This would conclude TSMV’S COMMITMENT under the NRCB 1992 Decision 9103 to dedicate wildlife corridors
- An OPEN HOUSE is planned at the Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre on March 16, 2017 from 3:00pm – 5:00pm and 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Alberta Environment and Parks is seeking public input on the application. For further details on their feedback process click here