Wabanaki Tree Spirit Tours Wins Indigenous Tourism Award

On the evening of November 9th 2022 Wabanaki Tree Spirit Tours & Events of Fredericton, New Brunswick was awarded Indigenous Tourism Award by the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick. This award recognizes the Indigenous excellence in promoting Indigenous tourism by an individual or a business. Wabanaki Tree Spirit Tours’ Cecilia Brooks and her son…

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Miramichi Linkages Podcast

About the Miramichi Linkages Project The Miramichi Linkages project will revive local stories and find connections to others from across cultures examined. Holistic understanding of how people lived in this region over time can be gained from local knowledge, actions, and personalities. Projects of this nature will become the foundation of developing sustainable, and collaborative…

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Mi’kmaq Tourism Operators National Leaders

Elsipogtog Mi’kmaq Cultural Center, Tours & Artisan Giftshop has won the 2022 National Indigenous Tourism Award at the prestigious Canadian Tourism Awards presented by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) in Ottawa.

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TWO MI’KMAQ WINNERS OF THE 2022 BMO 1ST! ART AWARD

Selected from a record-breaking pool of 345 submissions, 2 of the 11 regional winners are Mi’kmaq! About the Award It is with great pride that we congratulate our fellow Two Spirit-LGBTQIA+ Mi’kmaq artists in New Brunswick on winning the BMO 1st Art Award 2022!  The BMO 1st Art competition celebrates the creativity of art school students…

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A Taste of the Atlantic: A Celebration of Indigenous Cuisine and Culture

A Taste of Atlantic Canada Festival is an event organized by ITANB member Jenna White to highlight Indigenous culture through food from all across the Atlantic Provinces. It is an opportunity to share in the rich indigenous culture and provide a bridge to help with reconciliation. Food and stories are a way to not only…

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The International Indigenous Tourism Conference is 20% Sold Out!

Don’t forget to register for the International Indigenous Tourism Conference (IITC) March 8-10, 2023 in Treaty 1 Territory and the Homeland of the Metis –  Winnipeg, Manitoba. Tickets are now 20% sold out! This highly anticipated conference is designed to unite the global Indigenous tourism industry bringing together tourism operators, international delegates, members of parliament and tourism…

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Registration is Now Open for the 2023 International Indigenous Tourism Conference.

The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) is excited to announce registration is now open for the International Indigenous Tourism Conference (IITC) March 8-10, 2023 in Treaty 1 Territory and the Homeland of the Metis –  Winnipeg, Manitoba. This highly anticipated conference is designed to unite the global Indigenous tourism industry bringing together tourism operators, international delegates,…

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5 POW WOW PITCH SEMI-FINALISTS IN NEW BRUNSWICK

Five Indigenous entrepreneurs in the New Brunswick region announced as semi-finalists in the 2022 Pow Wow Pitch competition. These semifinalists operate across five categories including Food and Drink, Fashion and Apparel, Knowledge Workshops and Storytelling, and Skilled Trades; representing the breadth of Indigenous business in our territory. SEMI FINALISTS IN OUR REGION: Amy Pelletier, Kwey…

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First Nations StoryTellers – Paddle Experience

Wolastoqey territory Saint John, NB. The Indigenous Tourism Association of New Brunswick took part in a guided paddling tour of the Wolastoq on National Indigenous Peoples Day or the summer solstice June 21. The event which was planned in tandem between Go Fundy Events and First Nation Storytellers unfolded across a three-hour window as the…

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