The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada is seeking a contractor to deliver an inaugural tourism strategy for the Indigenous Tourism Association of Alberta (ITAA) to inform the direction of the organization, focus operational plans and align with ITAC’s goals in leadership, partnership, marketing and development.
The Nunatsiavut Government is seeking proposals from interested and experienced companies to operate the Torngat Mountains Base Camp and Research Station for the period of 2018-2022.
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada is pleased to inform members that they have been offered a special discount rate to attend AdventureELEVATE 2018 in Banff, Alberta, March 13th-15th. ITAC members are invited to attend AdventureELEVATE for $600 (regular, non-members price is $950).
The annual IMPACT Sustainability Travel & Tourism 2018 conference will take place in Victoria BC from January 21-24, 2018. This year IMPACT will be co-Chaired by Keith Henry, President & CEO of ITAC and Dr. Rachel Dodds, Professor at the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ryerson University.
A story has come out in the media today regarding issues between the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation and non-Indigenous tourism operators in the Chilcotin Region of British Columbia. The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada is disappointed to learn of the breakdown in communications and acknowledges the frustration expressed from both sides of the negotiation table on the lack of movement towards a solution.
on becoming a member of the Canadian Signature Experiences collection
Dec. 1, 2017, Coast Salish Territories (Vancouver, BC) – The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) would like to extend it’s congratulations to Tundra North Tours on achieving a Canadian Signature Experience (CSE) designation announced this week by Destination Canada.