Indigenous Tourism BC is looking for an exceptional media relations firm to connect with our visitors, our Stakeholders and Industry Partners through Media / Public Relations and compelling content.
Today, in the Nisga’a Village of Gitlax̱t’aamiks, Eva Clayton President of the Nisga’a Lisims Government (NLG) and Tracy Eyssens, CEO of Indigenous Tourism BC (ITBC), announce the signing of a Statement of Collaboration that outlines the intention of the NLG and ITBC to collaborate on initiatives that support the development of Indigenous tourism experiences in the Nass Valley and the four Nisga’a Villages of Ging̱olx, Lax̱g̱alts’ap Gitwinksihlkw and Gitlax̱t’aamkis while recognizing the Nisg̱a’a Nation’s shared interest and values.
Indigenous Tourism BC is seeking a talented Indigenous Content Writer for freelance work to assist in promoting Indigenous tourism, ITBC’s Stakeholders and our organization regionally, nationally and globally. You will be responsible for researching and creating compelling stories for ITBC’s consumer and corporate-facing platforms.
A new Minister’s Tourism Engagement Council (MTEC), with a diverse membership to help guide government's tourism policy, strategy and program implementation, has been announced by Lisa Beare, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture.
Brenda Baptiste, Chair of the Indigenous Tourism BC (ITBC) Board of Directors announced the launch of ITBC’s 2018/2019 Action Plan.
This initiative is part of a concerted effort to showcase local tourism products and experiences, and demonstrate that BC tourism matters in communities
across the province.
Indigenous Tourism British Columbia (ITBC) and Northern British Columbia Tourism Association (NBCTA) are delighted to announce the hiring of a Regional Indigenous Tourism Specialist dedicated to northern British Columbia. After an extensive search Lucy Martin was hired for the new role which is a partnership between the two tourism organizations.
New name results from engagement sessions and input from various Elders, Leaders and community Stakeholders
Join Aboriginal Tourism BC in a conversation on the Value of Tourism and be part of the growing excitement
On January 22, 2018, the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism, announced a $2,250,000 investment from the Government of Canada to support Aboriginal Tourism BC’s ‘Pulling Together’ strategy over the next three years.
Funding supports Vancouver-based non-profit to enhance profile of Indigenous tourism across B.C.
The Destination Development program brings together local, regional, and provincial governments, economic development, First Nations, industry organizations, tourism businesses, communities and other stakeholders for an iterative planning process to identify and discuss opportunities and impediments to development and tourism growth.
The Remarkable Experiences Program offers a hands-on, collaborative workshop facilitated by leading industry mentors. With coaching plus access to traveller research, the opportunity to connect with other local operators and the tools to elevate your product and your online presence, you will have everything that you need to make your tourism experience stand out to potential customers.