Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival, ITO Kicks Off Development of Post-Pandemic Recovery Plan, ITAC Receives Additional Stimulus Funds, Destination Ontario Launches New Website
Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival, ITO Launches Virtual Reality Partnership, TIAO Recommendations to the Province, Opening Guidelines, Spark Program for Bruce County Tourism Businesses, ITAC Launches Strategic Recovery Plan
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.
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.
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.
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.