As we begin a new year at the Canmore Museum, we are excited to announce some staffing changes at the Canmore Museum as we seek to build capacity and grow our programs and operations in line with our strategic plan.

Please join us in welcoming these three incredibly talented individuals to the Canmore Museum as we focus on:

  • Expanding our programming through community partnerships and adding programming capacity through volunteers,
  • Building our community profile as we launch our new temporary exhibit program in May, and
  • Adding in-house administrative capacity.

Lynn, Nancy, and Noriko join Sarah Fletcher (Visitor and Membership Services) and Tony Snow (Curator of Indigenous Content), who became part of the Canmore Museum team in October.


When Lynn first arrived in Canmore, her first stop was to join the Museum as a volunteer. Here she met a team of dedicated staff and volunteers with a passion for giving back to the community and sharing its rich culture and heritage with our visitors.

An avid outdoor enthusiast, Lynn brings her varied experience to the Programs and Volunteer Coordinator roles. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours, Geological Sciences) from Brock University and an Emergency Management certificate from Sheridan College. Lynn spent 12 years in a volunteer management role with a humanitarian organization. Here she managed a team of volunteers supporting multiple large and small-scale emergency management operations. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring and photographing the spectacular scenery of the Bow Valley.

Lynn can be reached at


Originally from Oaxaca, Mexico, Nancy has an insatiable drive for adventure and education brought her to Vancouver, BC in 1998 where she began my career in marketing and communications as the Mexico Tourism Board’s Public Relations Manager for Western Canada. A superb job paired with my discovery of outdoor adventures made her want to stay and she made Canada her home.

She moved to Canmore in 2005 and has since worked for some of the Bow Valley’s top tourism brands, including Fairmont Banff Springs, Pursuit (Brewster) and Banff and Lake Louise Tourism.  From 2013 to 2019, she worked for the Town of Canmore organizing community events.  Today, she works in a marketing and communications role with the Canmore Museum and artsPlace and with clients through her micro agency, Truth and Brand.

Nancy can be reached at


Noriko is a creative storyteller, Japanese calligraphy artist, and mother of three daughters who all grew up in Canmore. A Bow Valley resident for over 24 years, she immigrated from Japan.

A tireless community volunteer, Noriko has been a community tax volunteer for over two decades and is currently the Treasurer for the Bow Valley Connections Centre, a non-profit organization that supports individuals with developmental disabilities. You may see Noriko hiking, sewing costumes, or attending a Zoom program with Meg, her daughter with Down syndrome.

Noriko brings her extensive bookkeeping and administrative experience to the Canmore Museum team.

Noriko can be reached at

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