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Canada Historic Places Day July 6, 2019

Parks Canada invites your organization to join in the celebration of Canada Historic Places Day (CHPD), which this year is celebrated on Saturday, July 6, 2019. Canada Historic Places Day is an inclusive national awareness and promotional event for historic places of all kinds and all types of designations, including places of historic significance to Indigenous peoples and parks which present their history.

Charlie Sark’s Departure from ITAC

We would like to announce that, as of May 31st, Charlie Sark has left the ITAC team to cook up new opportunities for the growing Indigenous culinary movement. Charlie’s vision, passion and innovation in Indigenous food and its role in driving culinary tourism brought so much to the ITAC table. Just in the last month ITAC has received coverage on CTV (YourMorning), ETalk, and the Marilyn Dennis Show. Charlie also attended Toronto’s Terroir Symposium on behalf of ITAC.

Largest ever Indigenous tourism delegation attends Rendez-vous Canada trade show

May 29, 2019, Territory of the Mississauga’s of New Credit and the Traditional Territories of the Anishinaabek , Mississaugas, Huron-Wendat, and Haudenosaunee, (Toronto, ON) – The annual Rendez-vous Canada trade show started yesterday, and this year, there are 43 Indigenous tourism businesses attending, the largest ever representation of Indigenous tourism in Canada to take part in the event.

President and CEO Keith Henry joins launch of new Federal Tourism Growth Strategy

Federal government strengthens Indigenous tourism and creates middle class jobs

May 22nd, 2019, Kanien’kehá:ka Nation (Montreal, QC) – Today, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie, announced an investment of $2.5 million for several projects to be implemented in partnership with the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC).

ITAC Attends 2019 Atlantic Indigenous Tourism Summit

The ITAC team is currently in Moncton, New Brunswick for the 2019 Atlantic Indigenous Tourism Summit. The summit, taking place May 7 to 9, in the traditional and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw & Wolostokwey and Passamaquaoddy peoples, is bringing together individuals, business owners, artists and crafters, community leaders, industry and government departments that are all interested to learn more about the Indigenous tourism movement across Canada.