Nov. 9, 2017, Tsuut’ina Nation, Treaty 7 Territory (Calgary, Alberta) – More than 500 delegates from across Canada and the USA met in Calgary this week to focus on the continued growth of Indigenous tourism nationally and globally, during the sold out sixth annual International Aboriginal Tourism Conference (IATC), co-hosted by the Tsuut’ina Nation, in Calgary, Alberta, on their traditional land in Treaty 7 Territory.
Tourism leaders from across Canada honoured at gala awards ceremony during International Aboriginal Tourism Conference
Nov. 8, 2017, Tsuut’ina Nation, Treaty 7 Territory (Calgary, Alberta) – The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada has announced the winners of the 2017 Aboriginal Tourism Awards at the sixth International Aboriginal Tourism Conference (IATC) co-hosted by the Tsuut’ina Nation, in Calgary, Alberta, on their traditional land in Treaty 7 Territory.
In partnership with Destination Canada we are proud to introduce the first two videos in a series entitled Indigenous Voices. The new video series tells stories of Indigenous people by Indigenous people, from nations across Canada. The first two videos feature Blaire Russel from the the Blood – Kainai First Nation in Alberta and Anong Beam from Manitoulin Island, Ontario.
Reflecting an increased scope and national role, the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada formally establishes its new name as the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
Nov. 7, 2017, Tsuut’ina Nation, Treaty 7 Territory (Calgary, Alberta) – The Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada’s Board of Directors and leadership team announced a name change to the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada.
Celebrated by over 200 attendees from across the province
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Tsuut’ina Nation, Treaty 7 Territory (Calgary, AB), November 6, 2017 — Collaboration, partnership, strategy and growth were the themes of the Alberta Indigenous Tourism Planning Day, held at the Grey Eagle Resort & Casino on November 6, 2017, and organized by the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC).
The finalized conference agenda has been released with amazing local cultural experiences, sessions and speakers – Including keynotes from ITAC President & CEO Keith Henry, Senator Murray Sinclair, Destination Canada President & CEO David Goldstein, Cowboy Smithx, founder of REDx Talks and Conrad Browne & Davis Henderson of k’awat’si Economic Development.
The following individuals have completed the 2017 ITAC Board of Directors Application Form and have been reviewed and found in compliance with the Voting Member requirements and ITAC Bylaws, and therefore are eligible for election at the November 9, 2017 ITAC Annual General Meeting: