Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – January 20, 2022

Indigenous Sole Proprietors Now Eligible for Tourism Relief Fund, Ontario Business Costs Rebate Program is Now Open for Applications, Deadline Approaching for Canada Summer Jobs, Reconnect Ontario 2022 Program is Open for Applications, Make Your Voice Heard, Indigenous Tourism Workshop Series, A Three Fires Employer-to-Employee Matching Event, REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: ITO VR & AR Business Plan, Introducing Biskane, Smartphone Photography Basics for Business, Safe Travels Stamp, Ontario Announces Lifting of Certain Public Health and Safety Measures, The Faces of Tourism in Bruce Grey Simcoe, Top 10 New Ways To Explore Indigenous Culture in Canada

2022-01-27T15:23:28-05:00January 20th, 2022|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – January 12, 2022

NEW COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grant for Businesses Required to Close, Reconnect Ontario 2022 Program is Open for Applications, Ontario Business Costs Rebate Program, Canada Summer Jobs, Spreadsheet Error May Have Affected Your Eligibility for the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program (THRP), Make Your Voice Heard, Indigenous Tourism Workshop Series, A Three Fires Employer-to-Employee Matching Event, REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: ITO VR & AR Business Plan, HHBRTA Regional Tourism Award Recognition Program, Opportunity to Contribute to Mnidoo Mnising/Manitoulin Island Culinary Tourism Strategy, Ontario Temporarily Moves to Modified Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen

2022-01-12T17:45:01-05:00January 12th, 2022|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – January 6, 2022

Ontario Launches New Supports for Businesses, Tomorrow is the Last Day to Apply for Miinikaanan Badakidoon, Spreadsheet Error May Have Affected Your Eligibility for the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program (THRP), Tourism & Hospitality Emergency Recovery Initiative, A Three Fires Employer-to-Employee Matching Event, Opportunity to Contribute to Mnidoo Mnising/Manitoulin Island Culinary Tourism Strategy, Toronto Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show, Ontario Temporarily Moves to Modified Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen, Vaccine Certificate QR Code Now Required to Access Certain Businesses and Organizations, Lessons from a West Coast Restaurant Makeover

2022-01-06T14:45:15-05:00January 6th, 2022|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – December 15, 2021

Applications Now Open for Indigenous Funding Stream: Miinikaanan Badakidoon, Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program, Hiring and Training Supports Quick Reference Guide, A Three Fires Employer-to-Employee Matching Event, Toronto Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show, 15 Indigenous-Made Gifts to Give this Holiday Season, ITO Launches The Sharing Circle Blog, Recovery of Indigenous Tourism in Ontario a Couple of Years Away, New Canadian Travel Advisory, Ontario Extends Pause on Lifting Capacity Limits in Remaining Settings Where Proof of Vaccination is Required

2021-12-15T17:37:46-05:00December 15th, 2021|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – December 9, 2021

Impact Assessment of COVID-19 on Ontario's Indigenous Tourism Industry, Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program, Hiring and Training Supports Quick Reference Guide, Toronto Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show, National Guidelines for Classifying Multi-Use Trails in Canada, Destination Ontario Presents: Photo and Video Best Practices, A Three Fires Employer-to-Employee Matching Event, Job Opportunity: Visitor Experience Coordinator, Point Grondine Park, Job Opportunity: Indigenous Ingenuity Coordinator, ITO & Science North, 15 Indigenous-Made Gifts to Give this Holiday Season, Chef David Wolfman Partners with CN Tower 360 Restaurant, Beam Paints featured in Vogue Knitting and Chatelaine’s Canadian Gifts Magazine, ITO and The Royal Present ORIGINS, Federal Government Re-Introduces Travel Restrictions and Requirements for International Travellers

2021-12-08T20:17:07-05:00December 8th, 2021|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – December 3, 2021

Impact Assessment of COVID-19 on Ontario's Indigenous Tourism Industry, New Report Identifies Key Trends Shaping Canada's Tourism Sector, Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program, Hiring and Training Supports Quick Reference Guide, Destination Ontario Presents: Photo and Video Best Practices, Forward Together, A Three Fires Employer-to-Employee Matching Event, Job Opportunity: Indigenous Ingenuity Coordinator, ITO & Science North, ITO and The Royal Present ORIGINS, Sudbury Names New Economic Development Lead

2021-12-03T09:59:05-05:00December 3rd, 2021|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – November 24, 2021

Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program, Hiring and Training Supports Quick Reference Guide, Tourism Toolkit for Culinary + Shoulder Season, Job Opportunity: Indigenous Ingenuity Coordinator, ITO & Science North, Píbon (Winter) Festival, Six Nations Tourism Christmas Market, NCCT Online Indigenous Artisan Marketplace, A Three Fires Employer-to-Employee Matching Event, Leveraging Partnership in Becoming a Foodie Destination, Creating Partnerships with Indigenous Tourism Operators, Travel Trade for Tourism Operators, CMHC Information Session, Government of Canada Announces Adjustments to Canada’s Border Measures

2021-11-24T17:19:43-05:00November 24th, 2021|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – November 18, 2021

Louis Riel Day, Hiring and Training Supports Quick Reference Guide, A Three Fires Collaborative Quest, Tourism Toolkit for Culinary + Shoulder Season, Resorts of Ontario Annual Conference, Six Nations Tourism Christmas Market, Save the Date Employer-To-Employee Matching Event, MHCC Wins Company of the Year in the 35th Annual Northern Ontario Business Awards, Thrive Tours Featured in Saints of Fall Campaign Showcasing SSM Tourism

2021-11-18T17:40:49-05:00November 18th, 2021|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – November 9, 2021

REMINDER: Last Day to Apply for Ontario Tourism Recovery Program, A Three Fires Collaborative Quest, Save the Date Employer-To-Employee Matching Event, IBA Info Night Recording Now Available, Job Opportunity: Program Coordinator, ITO, Gerald James Brandon Wins the 2021 Up and Comer Award, Chef Tawnya Brant on CBC Gem's The Dream Team, Ontario Staycation Tax Credit

2021-11-18T17:37:49-05:00November 18th, 2021|Newsletters|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario Newsletter – November 3, 2021

We Are All Treaty People, 6 Days Left to Apply for Ontario Tourism Recovery Program, A Three Fires Collaborative Quest, Proof of Vaccine Posters for Businesses and Organizations, Job Opportunity: Program Coordinator, ITO, IBA Info Night, InFocus Spotlights Indigenous Food Tourism Entrepreneur Raven Rising

2021-11-18T17:35:00-05:00November 18th, 2021|Newsletters|
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