Rendez-vous Canada (RVC) is Canada’s premier international tourism marketplace, lead by Destination Canada. AtBC has been at the event promoting the Aboriginal tourism experiences in BC with over 75 scheduled appointments and other meetings to key markets.
AtBC has hired Harding & Co to lead the organization’s marketing and sales strategy to promote and drive business for its 86 Stakeholders and Aboriginal experiences throughout the province.
CMM brought together the best Canadian tourism partners and top US media representing print, social media, photography and digital platforms. AtBC had the chance to share, showcase and be inspired by our destination and its remarkable stories through a full schedule of meetings at the event.
A coalition of First Nations bands, tourism operators, associations, communities and destination marketing organizations, presented the report: Tourism Development and Ferry Services: A Vision for First Nations and Rural Communities on BC’s Central Coast and North Island recently in Victoria.
Destination BC has released the annual statistics for 2015 which shows a 7.9% increase in international visitors over the previous year. A number of key factors include the growing Aboriginal tourism sector.
AtBC commends the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Destination Canada and the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada(ATAC).
The Vancouver Native Housing Society (VNHS), owner and operator of Skwachàys Lodge and the Urban Aboriginal Fair Trade Gallery, has received the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) National Aboriginal Cultural Tourism Award at the Canadian Tourism Awards in Ottawa, ON.
The Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (AtBC) held its annual Stakeholders Forum this week at the Musqueam Cultural Centre, board elections and celebrating the best in Aboriginal tourism and partners at its awards gala.
On Wednesday, November 25, AtBC's Annual General Meeting will take place at the Musqueam cultural Centre in Vancouver.
AtBC’s 8th Annual Stakeholder Forum & AGM will take place at the Musqueam Cultural Centre in Vancouver, BC from November 25 - 26, 2015.
Coastal First Nations, led by AtBC, have launched a provincial plan to create a vision for tourism and economic development on British Columbia’s Central Coast.
Keith Henry has moved on from his role as CEO at the Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC. We wish Keith luck in his future endeavours. Brenda Baptiste is acting as Interim-CEO.
The Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC Awards recognize the outstanding achievements of Aboriginal businesses and industry partners. Organizations and individuals are encouraged to put forth their nominations for the awards.
AtBC is seeking motivated individuals to run for election to our Board. Six Directors will be elected to the Board by AtBC Marketing Stakeholders voting at the 2015 Annual General Meeting.
The Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia and the World Indigenous Tourism Alliance successfully welcomed and hosted more than 130 delegates from around the world who attended the second Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism & Trade Conference (PAITC) in Vancouver, BC Sept 12-14th, 2015.
World explorer and award-winning author, Wade Davis, will be the keynote luncheon speaker at the Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference: Sept. 12 - 14, 2015 in Vancouver, BC
Aboriginal Travel Services is pleased to present two $2,500.00 scholarships for students embarking on education in the field of Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Speakers from Australia, Canada, Chile, New Zealand and the USA to present at Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism & Trade Conference: Sept. 12 - 14, 2015 in Vancouver, BC
Aboriginal tourism has seen an enormous boost in the last eight years with more travellers looking to make a cultural connection with British Columbia.
Rendez-vous Canada 2015, Canada’s largest international tourism trade show, has dramatically increased global awareness of the national Aboriginal tourism industry.
PAITC will focus on the international opportunity for engagement and sharing by all peoples who have an interest in promoting, implementing and celebrating achievements in fostering Indigenous self-determination through participation in tourism.
AtBC is pleased to announce that Paula Amos, Director, Partnerships & Corporate Initiatives, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Tourism Industry Association of BC (TIABC).
The event reunites more than 1,500 international tourism professionals gathered over four days for a series of 12-minute appointments to promote and discover unique Canadian tourism experiences.
AtBC has a new theme launching in May to encourage visitors who are planning a vacation to British Columbia to also include Aboriginal tourism experiences.
The Federal Government has announced an investment of $1,500,000 for the Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (AtBC) to grow and develop the Aboriginal cultural tourism industry in BC.