When Kananaskis Country was created in the late 1970s, it relied on unprecedented collaboration among government departments, land-users and stakeholders. This co-operation continues today with the Kananaskis Country Interdepartmental Consultative Committee (KCICC).
The KCICC oversees and coordinates land-use in the Kananaskis Improvement District (Kananaskis Country), and interdepartmental activities and initiatives that impact Kananaskis Country. KCICC was established by Ministerial Order 08/02. The Committee's authority resides with Ministerial Order 07/02 and updated Ministerial Order 10/10 respecting the Kananaskis Improvement District Land Use Order. The role of KCICC is set out in its Terms of Reference.
KCICC has representation from the provincial ministries responsible for parks, fish and wildlife, forests, public lands, environment, infrastructure, transportation and tourism, as well as the Kananaskis Improvement District Chief Administrative Officer.
Meetings are held the second Tuesday in January, March, May, July, September and November. KCICC meetings commence at 9:30 a.m., with the first hour closed to the public. The public portion of meetings begins at 10:30 a.m.
Minutes of KCICC meetings up to the end of 2014 are available below.
For meeting minutes from 2015 to current, please contact Laurie Christiansen.
At times, the meeting schedule is altered to accommodate the membership. To confirm information about the next meeting, please contact
Alberta Environment & Parks
Parks Division, Kananaskis Region
Suite 201, 800 Railway Avenue
Phone: 403-678-9547 (To be connected toll-free in Alberta, dial 310-0000 followed by the phone number.)
Once approved by the Committee and signed off by the Co-chairs, minutes of each KCICC meeting shall be available to the public by request. Minutes will be available for Committee review two weeks following the meeting. Please contact Laurie Christiansen.