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.
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) has heard concerns from its members about the rising cost of insurance in the tourism industry. Please take a moment to complete the following survey to help identify the problems and address the solutions.
As an organization that supports Indigenous tourism, seeing what JEDI has done with the incubator program and its direct positive impact to new and growing indigenous businesses is incredible. Great work JEDI! ... See MoreSee Less
If you are an existing member of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada looking to renew your membership, you need to use the renewal link you received by email. If you haven't received your renewal email, please contact ITAC at Membership@IndigenousTourism.ca.
The impact of Covid-19 on the global tourism industry cannot be understated. Watch, listen and learn the true State of the Industry as these Indigenous tourism entrepreneurs from across Canada give deeply emotional testimonials describing, in detail, the devastating impacts this global pandemic has had on their business.
State of the Industry Prior to 2020, Indigenous tourism was outpacing Canadian tourism activity overall, and international demand for Indigenous experiences was at an all-time hig... ... See MoreSee Less
Gary Augustine has been selected to lead the construction of the newly expanded tour offerings at the Elispogtog Mi'kmaq Cultural Center that will include a visit in an authentic, traditional wigwam, longhouse and sweat lodge! ... See MoreSee Less