Community Board

Seniors Week 2023


Crowsnest Cando is beginning construction work on the Roxy Theatre located at 7738 - 17 Ave in Historic Downtown Coleman. The work will begin in May of 2023, and will proceed in varying degrees of activity. Construction activities may restrict travel lanes, and sidewalk traffic in front of the Roxy and in the back alley behind the Roxy Theatre. Parking challenges may occur depending on the activities of the day.
Should you have any concerns, please email with your contact information and a Cando representative will contact you.
Work on the Roxy Theatre could continue, off and on, into 2025 and your cooperation in dealing with the effects of the construction will be appreciated.

Hwy 3 & 40 Rehabilitation Work

The rehabilitation of Highways 3 and 40 within the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass (and a small segment within the Municipal District of Pincher Creek) is scheduled, weather-permitting, to start this spring in late April and be finished by mid-September.

Hwy 3 Project Limits

From the Alberta / BC Border to a point 2.5 km west of Hwy 507.  The work will include:

    • Asphalt resurfacing
    • Steel beam and high-tension cable barrier replacements
    • Minor intersection improvements
    • Line painting and highway signage

Hwy 40 (86 Street in Coleman) Project Limits

From the intersection of Hwy 3 and Hwy 40 to a point 1.4 km north of Hwy 3.  The work will include:

    • Asphalt resurfacing
    • Localized ditch cleanout and regrading to improve drainage
    • Culvert installations
    • Line painting and highway access management

The work will be completed by the prime contractor, Ledcor Highway Ltd., and their sub-contractors.  The contractor will provide motorists with advanced notice of the construction phases via electronic message boards at key locations with the project limits.

Travelers will experience speed reductions and minor delays. Please watch for and obey all construction zone signage and flag persons on site.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

For questions, please contact Chris Poirier, Construction Engineer, Alberta Transportation and Economic Corridors at

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