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203, 2021

LISTENING TO OUR MEMBERS: Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) Introduces the Indigenous Business Advisory (IBA) Program

March 2nd, 2021|News|

ITO recognizes that all of our member businesses have been impacted by the pandemic in some way, some significantly. Building on last year’s Business Support Broker Program and in keeping with our Guiding Principle of utilizing an innovative grassroots approach, ITO has again commissioned a network of experts – Indigenous Business Advisors (IBAs) - to work directly with our members to provide resources, coaching, mentorship, and support.

3010, 2020

Indigenous Tourism Ontario and Destination Northern Ontario awarded the 2020 Culinary Tourism Leadership Award

October 30th, 2020|News|

On Wednesday, October 28, 2020, the winners of the 2020 Ontario Culinary Tourism Awards of Excellence were announced at the virtually held Awards Gala that recognized individuals and businesses who have made significant contributions to Ontario’s tourism industry. Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) and Destination Northern Ontario (DNO) were awarded with the 2020 Culinary Tourism Leadership Award for their innovative collaboration.

2907, 2020

Indigenous Tourism Ontario and ORIGIN Partner to Grow Indigenous Tourism Through Virtual Reality Tours

July 29th, 2020|News|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) and ORIGIN partner to enhance Indigenous tourism product offerings as well as help Indigenous businesses on the path to recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

2207, 2020

Continuing Our Journey: Strategic & COVID-19 Recovery Plan 2020-2025 (June 2020)

July 22nd, 2020|News|

Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) has launched a five-year Strategic & COVID-19 Recovery Plan titled Continuing Our Journey which advances ITO’s Path Forward Framework with the goal to Preserve, Renew, and Rejuvenate Canada's largest Indigenous tourism industry located in Ontario. ITO has worked diligently to develop a plan that explores and addresses how the Ontario Indigenous tourism industry can move forward balancing the social, economic, environmental, and cultural impacts (SEEC Model) of COVID-19.

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