The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) has just released the second video in its public service announcement (PSA) campaign. The campaign will consist of five videos and will be distributed to over 5 million households.
August 14, 2019, Unceded Syilx Territory (Kelowna, BC) – Jordin Tootoo, the first Inuk player in the National Hockey League (NHL), and founder of The Team Tootoo Foundation, will be speaking at the upcoming International Indigenous Tourism Conference, hosted by the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC).
August 13, 2019, Algonquin Territory (Ottawa, Ont) – Each year the annual Explore Canada Awards of Excellence recognize contributions to storytelling that inspire travelers to explore Canada, and once again stories featuring Indigenous tourism experiences were highlighted for compelling content and fascinating characters.
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) is pleased to issue the following CALL FOR APPLICATIONS to qualified Indigenous tourism businesses and Indigenous Tourism Marketing Organizations to participate as sellers in the National Indigenous Tourism Showcase Program at the Showcase Canada Asia marketplace in Hong Kong, China October 23-24, 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.
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.