Indigenous Tourism Atlantic Canada Working Group Completes Successful Best Practices Mission to Wendake, QC


June 13, 2018, Wendake – Nionwentsïo – Huron-Wendat Territory (Wendake, QC) – More than 30 tourism leaders studied best practices in cultural activities, hospitality, and partnership collaboration in and around Wendake, QC, the result of a joint partnership between the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC), the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, and Gros Morne Institute for Sustainable Tourism.

First Annual Report on Canada’s Tourism Vision


The Government of Canada has just released the first annual report on Canada’s Tourism Vision

Canada’s tourism sector truly is world-class. Every day, tour operators, retailers, hoteliers, restaurateurs—many of whom are small business owners—welcome thousands of tourists from around the world. In 2017, Canada extended a warm welcome to 20.8 million visitors from around the world—its best year ever!

Largest ever Indigenous Tourism Delegation Attends Rendez-vous Canada Trade Show


Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada unveils stand-alone IndigenousCanada.travel booking site

May 16, 2018, Unceded Mi’kmaq Territory (Halifax, NS) – The annual Rendez-vous Canada trade show saw 41 Indigenous tourism businesses attend to hold appointments with tour operators from around the world, the largest ever representation of Indigenous tourism in Canada to take part in the event.

Authentic Indigenous Tourism Experiences Featured in Launch of new Stand-Alone Travel Booking Site


Indigenous Experiences in every province and territory are represented on IndigenousCanada.Travel

May 14, 2018, Mi’kma’ki (Halifax, NS) – “We have been here for more than 15,000 years,” begins the call to action on the new IndigenousCanada.travel site launched by the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) at Rendez-vous Canada 2018*, inviting travellers to book authentic Indigenous tourism experiences across Canada.

ITAC Hosts Reception for Partners in Ottawa


ITAC hosted a successful reception for partners in Ottawa last night, which featured speeches by The Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism, Brenda Holder, ITAC Chair of the Board and Keith Henry, ITAC President & CEO. The event was held in conjunction with ITAC’s board meetings taking place this week in Ottawa, and provided the chance for ITAC to highlight great successes over the past year.

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