I suppose you could open it in another program that does support that format and then render a copy in a format that Premiere Elements does support. This is the Camera Raw forum, and we don't see questions about Premiere Elements. You might get better answers from the right forum:
What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
When you write "move" file, do you mean "movie" file?
Do you have QuickTime installed on your computer along with Premiere Elements? If not, please do so.
Generalizing because you did not give all the details, I would say that the Canon 60D AVCHD.mov file should be supported by
Premiere Elements as long as you have QuickTime installed on the same computer with Premiere Elements.
Please review and consider and supply more details.
We will be watching for the details.