Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – June 3, 2020

ITAC Stimulus Fund Process and FAQ. A message from Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada has received many questions regarding the COVID-19 Development Stimulus Grant, such as what the evaluation process is; where the funding came from; when the next phase of successful applicants will be announced and other similar questions. As a result, ITAC has created and shared two documents outlining the COVID-19 Development Stimulus Grant evaluation process and FAQs.

2020-06-23T11:34:24-04:00June 23rd, 2020|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – May 27, 2020

Reopening Guidelines. Kwe Kwe / Aanii / Boozhoo / She:kon / Sge:no / Wachay / Shekoli / Tansi / Greetings, As well integrated members of the Ontario tourism industry, we take pride in the diversity of our Indigenous tourism sector and the strength of our network.

2020-06-23T11:31:42-04:00June 23rd, 2020|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – May 20, 2020

The Path Forward Webinar. Did you miss our webinar? Here's a recap! On Thursday, May 14th, 2020, ITO hosted a webinar to explain our 3 phase approach to Ontario Indigenous tourism recovery and what supports are currently available to Indigenous tourism businesses through ITO.

2020-06-23T11:22:53-04:00June 23rd, 2020|Newsletters|

INDIGENOUS TOURISM ONTARIO NEWSLETTER – MAY 13, 2020

Last day to register for The Path Forward Webinar. Join ITO for the first webinar discussing the latest recovery plan and ITO’s Business Support Broker services ITO is working to protect the Indigenous tourism sector and has created The Path Forward: A Framework for Ontario Indigenous Tourism Recovery to help the industry restart and recover when the time is right. We are hosting this webinar to further explain this 3 phase approach and what supports are available to you through ITO at this time.

2020-06-23T11:25:17-04:00June 23rd, 2020|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – May 6, 2020

The Path Forward Webinar. Join ITO for the first webinar discussing the latest recovery plan and ITO's Business Support Broker services ITO is working to protect the Indigenous tourism sector and has created The Path Forward: A Framework for Ontario Indigenous Tourism Recovery to help the industry restart and recover when the time is right.

2020-06-23T09:44:34-04:00June 23rd, 2020|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – April 29, 2020

The Path Forward: A Framework for Ontario Indigenous Tourism Recovery Ahnii, As President and Chief Executive Officer, I want to say Miigwetch (Thank You) to the Indigenous tourism industry and the ITO team for coming together so quickly in this time of crisis. ITO is doing as much as it possibly can to protect and help the Indigenous tourism sector during these challenging times and has worked on a framework to help the industry restart and recover when the time is right.

2020-05-21T13:27:25-04:00May 1st, 2020|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – April 21, 2020

Kwe Kwe / Aanii / Boozhoo / She:kon / Sge:no / Wachay / Shekoli / Tansi / Greetings, We at Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) hope you are keeping well and staying safe. The ITO team is here for you. We know these are difficult times for everyone and we are working very diligently to provide you with support and up-to-date information. It is imperative that our communities, businesses, and the Indigenous tourism industry remain united during these uncertain times to maintain our collective pre-pandemic momentum.

2020-05-21T13:27:19-04:00May 1st, 2020|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – April 15, 2020

AHNII, In these unprecedented and uncertain times, the ITO team wants to say Miigwetch! Miigwetch for being a business owner and for allowing us to help you and your business. We have been working diligently since 2008 to ensure Ontario Indigenous tourism businesses have a Provincial and National voice and we appreciate having your business as a member. Ontario is home to the largest Indigenous tourism industry in Canada with 588+ Indigenous tourism businesses contributing over $688 Million to the GDP while creating 12,000+ jobs.

2020-05-21T13:27:14-04:00May 1st, 2020|Newsletters|
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