New Brunswick is home to the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet people. You can enjoy Indigenous festivals, events and pow wows that celebrate and embrace native language and uphold Indigenous heritage.
Indigenous Tourism Fund Micro and Small Business Stream Questions and Support
ITAC is delighted to collaborate with the Provincial and Territorial Indigenous Tourism Associations, extending support to members from coast to coast to coast. The association aims to offer expert guidance and assistance, ensuring operators are well-equipped with the necessary knowledge and resources to thrive.
If you have questions about the Indigenous Tourism Fund Micro and Small Business Stream or need help getting your application completed, please email Michelle Brown, ITAC Business Support Coordinator at Michelle@IndigenousTourism.ca
You also have the option to contact your respective Provincial/Territorial Indigenous Tourism Organization.
Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick – Karen Narvey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Member!
Businesses located in New Brunswick should reach out directly to the Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick (ITANB) to apply for membership. All ITANB members are eligible for free ITAC membership. Some businesses may also qualify for a free Marketing Upgrade.Apply Now
For more information please contact:
Indigenous Tourism Association of New BrunswickIndigenousTourismNB@gmail.com
ITAC Partnership in New Brunswick
Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick
Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick (ITANB) The Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick (ITANB) Working Group was formed to address the needs of Indigenous development and participation in New Brunswick.
Tourism New Brunswick
Tourism New Brunswick is the Destination Marketing Organisation responsible for promoting the province to visitors from around the world.