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Nov 30, 2019 ...Tourism Tourism is defined as the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not related to the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited. It includes travel for business, leisure and other personal reasons

Travel and tourism

Dec 12, 2019 ...Travel and tourism Key indicators Select a geographical area Changing any selection will automatically update the page content. Canada Newfoundland and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Selected geographical area: Canada Trips abroad

Licensed Tourism Accommodations | Government of Prince Edward Island

Dec 3, 2019 ...Government Economic Growth, Tourism and Culture Licensed Tourism Accommodations Share this page: Email this page to a friend Feedback The licensing of all tourism establishments (accommodations), including fixed roof and campgrounds is the responsibility of Tourism PEI under the Tourism Industry Act. The legislation defines a tourism establishment

Find a wilderness tourism operator | Government of Yukon

Dec 4, 2019 ...Find a wilderness tourism operator Licensed wilderness tourism operators This list of licensed wilderness tourism operators was last updated in July 2019. A Taste of Yukon Adventures Inc. (Licence #0266) Adventure Tours Yukon Wild Ltd. (Licence #0011) Alayuk Adventure (Licence #0216) Amarok (Licence #0315) Arctic Colour Tours Inc. (Licence #0262) Arctic

Department of Tourism and Culture | Government of Yukon

Nov 18, 2019 ...Department of Tourism and Culture To support, protect, promote and enhance Yukon’s tourism, culture, heritage and arts sectors for the benefit of Yukoners and visitors. Services and information Tourism statistics Arts funding Visit Yukon Archives Find a visitor information centre Learn about Yukon heritage resources Use EQ research to promote and enhance

Tourism, Heritage and Culture - New Brunswick

Nov 4, 2019 ... and Office of the Attorney General Natural Resources and Energy Development Office of the Premier Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Departments Public Safety Regional Development Corporation Social Development Tourism, Heritage and Culture Transportation and Infrastructure Women's Equality Legislature Auditor General Child and Youth Advocate Seniors

Apply for funding to market a tourism business | Government of Yukon

Nov 28, 2019 ...Apply for funding to market a tourism business The Tourism Cooperative Marketing Fund (TCMF) helps Yukon’s tourism industry attract visitors and gain international exposure. These marketing activities help strengthen the territory’s tourism brand. Eligibility Applicants who are Yukon-based and who want to promote their tourism product or experience

Monthly Tourism Indicators | Government of Prince Edward Island

Nov 28, 2019 ...Publications Sep 30 2019 Monthly Tourism Indicators Publication type: Research Share this page: Email this page to a friend Feedback Most current tourism indicators report. Download current_monthly_indicators.pdf General Inquiries Department of Economic Growth, Tourism and Culture 3rd Floor North, Shaw Building 105 Rochford Street PO Box 2000 Charlottetown

Strategic Framework for Tourism in B.C. - Province of British Columbia

Nov 13, 2019 ...Strategic Framework for Tourism in B.C. Welcoming Visitors - Benefiting Locals - Working Together The 2019-2021 tourism strategic framework sets out a clear vision for a prosperous and sustainable tourism sector, in a way that distributes benefits to people throughout the province. As more and more people around the world have the means and the time

Another positive tourism season | Government of Prince Edward Island

Nov 26, 2019 ...News Nov 26 2019 Another positive tourism season Share this page: Email this page to a friend Feedback Numbers released today by Tourism PEI for September show that 2019 will likely be the sixth straight record season for tourism visitation to the province. “Thank you to Tourism PEI and all operators for their continued hard work on another successful

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