COVID-19 changes the way we work together. Restrictions on physical gathering force us to consider the value of coming together, a value essential to Indigenous cultures.
Indigenous Tourism BC invites Stakeholders to join us online for the Indigenous Tourism Roundtable – peer-to-peer facilitated conversations, led by Indigenous Tourism BC’s team, Stakeholders, tourism partners, and industry experts.
We invite all Indigenous Tourism BC Stakeholders – gather and participate in these discussions, focused on the co-creation of a strong 2021 tourism season for Indigenous tourism operators in British Columbia.
Honourable Melanie Mark, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sports.
Indigenous Tourism BC (ITBC), in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture, and Sport, is distributing $3 million to local Indigenous tourism businesses through the BC Indigenous Tourism Recovery Fund 2022 (BCITRF 2022). The fund offers grants up to $20,000 to help Indigenous tourism operators in BC navigate the ongoing economic impacts of COVID-19.
Learn about the application process and eligibility requirements and ask us any questions about the BCITRF 2022.
ITBC also looks forward to welcoming a special guest speaker, the Honourable Melanie Mark, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport, to our Roundtable.