Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) has partnered with Indigenous Experience Ontario (IEO) to populate a consumer facing website in an effort to help Indigenous businesses on their path to recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. To celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on Sunday, June 21st, 2020, ITO and IEO [...]
ITO is excited to be kick-starting the development of its Post-Pandemic & Recovery Plan for the Indigenous tourism industry in Ontario.
The Ontario Indigenous Tourism sector will persevere and is well-positioned to restart and recover when the world is ready.
In an effort to amplify the voice of the Indigenous and Seasonal tourism businesses, ITO collaborated with Nature and Outdoor Tourism Ontario and the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario to issue the following press release today.
As we collectively identify solutions to respond to an unprecedented event that will cause major issues within the broader tourism industry and economy; we at ITO know it will undoubtedly be catastrophic for the Indigenous tourism industry in Ontario.
Indigenous Tourism Ontario Partners Collaborate to Develop Indigenous Food Tourism in Northern Ontario
A ground-breaking new Northern Ontario Indigenous Food Tourism Strategy is being led by @IndigenousTourismOntario (ITO) in partnership with @DestinationNorthernOntario and the @IndigenousTourismAssociationofCanada and in close consultation with Indigenous stakeholders across Northern Ontario. Please click the link below to view the document. ITO Food Tourism Position Paper