Tourism Week 2017 – Harnessing Canada’s Competitive Edge (TIAC)
During Tourism Week, a time to celebrate Tourism’s relevance as an economic driver and job creator, TIAC calls on government to support this $91.6 billion industry by implementing initiatives that trigger industry growth and can propel Canada towards global top ten ranking in international arrivals.
As 2017 unfolds, Canada’s Travel and Tourism sector benefits from unprecedented growth, increased visibility and opportunities as Canada’s brand is at an all-time high being named top place to visit in the world by Lonely Planet, the New York Times, and Condé Nast Traveler. Canada also saw near record-breaking visitor numbers from traditional and emerging markets in 2016. Read more.
Tourism Industry Association of Canada and Aboriginal Tourism Association of
Canada Announce Strategic Partnership Agreement (TIAC & Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada)
Among other things, through this agreement ATAC will be recognized as a TIAC Industry Patron increasing exposure of the important work being done to promote aboriginal tourism in Canada. TIAC will also promote and publish information and research conducted by ATAC about aboriginal tourism in Canada through its e-Newsletter and website. This agreement also provides a special introductory membership fee to members of ATAC who have never been members of TIAC. Read more.