Indigenous Tourism BC is showcasing the leadership and innovation of Indigenous tourism during the COVID-19 pandemic. As we navigate this new normal, there is a strength and resilience of Indigenous tourism businesses that needs to be celebrated. We understand it is not business as usual and it has been a difficult year in so many ways. It is inspiring to see the commitment of the Indigenous tourism industry focused on the health and safety of staff and guests.
Indigenous Tourism BC is honoured to share their story.
Visit Unity Clothing Co. in North Vancouver, BC to find the latest fashion in casual womens wear, jewelry, accessories, and don’t forget to check out their selection from Yukon Soaps Company an Indigenous owned soaps and essential oils company carried in store and online. Lori Simcox, co-owner from the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation, has shown leadership and innovation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Unity Clothing Co. offers high-end boutique services with new safety measures and a renewed focus on adapting to meet her customers needs. Lori has taken this time to expand online service as well as partnered with local companies like Cork It Winery, for fun limited time offers like a gift with purchase promotion. Visit https://shopunitynorthvan.com/ to shop their collection.