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:
ITAC has released the categories for this year’s Aboriginal Tourism Awards, which will be awarded at the finale of the 2017 International Aboriginal Tourism Conference co-hosted by the Tsuut’ina Nation, in Calgary, Alberta, on their traditional land in Treaty 7 Territory. The awards are divided into two categories: province of Alberta awards, available to Alberta-based nominees and national awards, for anyone across Canada.
Oct. 5, 2017, Coast Salish Territories (Vancouver, BC) – The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB), with the purpose of establishing a collaborative partnership that aims to promote the development of Indigenous tourism in New Brunswick.
Three days of events and meetings, countless connections, and a celebration of Indigenous stories from the East Coast of Canada. The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada wraps up a successful GoMedia Canada 2017.
True Calling has received an internationally acclaimed award at the 2017 Cannes Awards for their work on a video featuring Kylik Kisoun Taylor, owner / operator of Tundra North Tours and a Director on the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada’s Board.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 26, 2017 – Travel Manitoba and the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today to grow the Indigenous tourism sector in the province.
ITAC invites Canadian Aboriginal tourism businesses to apply for support funding for tourism product development investments designed to improve their market-ready and export-ready status. Market/export readiness provides a tourism business the opportunity to gain greater marketplace awareness, larger volumes of visitors and sustainable business growth.
Authenticity, awareness, and differentiation form key findings of the report
Sept. 20, 2017, Coast Salish Territories (Vancouver, BC) – Destination Canada and the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) have released the results of a qualitative research study that was undertaken to gain an understanding of perceptions of the American traveller towards Indigenous tourism experiences in Canada.