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Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick

Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick (ITANB) Working Group was formed to address the needs of Indigenous development and participation in New Brunswick. Under the umbrella of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC), President and CEO, Keith Henry has made strides in mobilizing the Provinces and Territories to engage in the development of Indigenous Tourism and to accelerate it to become market ready products and experiences for the world to see.

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Neqotkuk has been working hard over the past couple years building Neqotkuk Art Studio, a creative destination within the community.  The building is unique in purpose and in the design with a unique round construction finished with a custom hand carved red cedar door.  Once complete, artists will have a studio to create art, sell art and share their creativity through the Art gallery.   

Neqotkuk Art Studio is expecting to have its grand opening in late July. If you can’t make the grand opening, NAS will have a website and social media links for you to follow.  Stay tuned and make sure you come visit their new home for creativity.Image attachment

Neqotkuk has been working hard over the past couple years building Neqotkuk Art Studio, a creative destination within the community. The building is unique in purpose and in the design with a unique round construction finished with a custom hand carved red cedar door. Once complete, artists will have a studio to create art, sell art and share their creativity through the Art gallery.

Neqotkuk Art Studio is expecting to have its grand opening in late July. If you can’t make the grand opening, NAS will have a website and social media links for you to follow. Stay tuned and make sure you come visit their new home for creativity.
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June is Indigenous Heritage Month - we're excited to share this video from Destination Canada highlighting Indigenous tourism. Over the next month we will be putting a spotlight on Indigenous tourism experiences in New Brunswick as we head into the summer months. ... See MoreSee Less

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