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. ... See MoreSee Less
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
This week is Tourism Week! As we recover from the pandemic, tourism is once again on the horizon for the near future. Canadians are longing to travel and there has never been a more exciting time for Indigenous tourism. As our friends at Destination Indigenous say here: welcome to a Renaissance. Indigenous Tourism Canada... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Elsipogtog First Nation Tourism Management Project Management Team! We're also very happy to see Kevin Arseneau MLA highlighting Indigenous tourism in New Brunswick! Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq Cultural Center with Gift Shop & Tours Indigenous Tourism Canada... See MoreSee Less
We are so excited about Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq Cultural Center's new attractions for the 2021 season! The center reopens on May 18, 2021, with Mi'kmaq Heritage Path tours and basket-making workshops! ... See MoreSee Less
Did you see the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada's media coverage about the Federal Budget on Global BC yesterday? If not here is the 4 minute interview. Indigenous tourism calls for the Federal Government to address the actual needs of our sector in this Federal Budget. Indigenous Tourism Canada globalnews.ca/.../potential-impact-the-federal... ... See MoreSee Less
Information for those who wish to work with indigenous peoples regarding the proper procedures to follow and other things to keep in mind when reaching out to indigenous groups. The following Indigenous Protocol was written by Mi’kmaw and Innu elder White Turtle Woman.