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Preparing an "Indigenous Cultural Tourism Strategy" Workshop

By: Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association

Preparing an "Indigenous Cultural Tourism Strategy" Workshop

By: Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association

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When
August 3, 2022 9:00 AM PDT to 12:00 PM PDT
Where
Online

The BC Tourism Resiliency Network

The BC Tourism Resiliency Network is a long-term resiliency program providing BC tourism businesses with meaningful, one-on-one support to navigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, adapt and work towards eventual recovery.


Schedule a call with our Program Advisor, who can assist you in navigating available programs and resources. Program Advisors can also schedule appointments for you to meet with experts in human resources, finance, and business transition.

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For more information contact:

Jamie Bourne

Indigenous Tourism Specialist

Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA)

Email: Indigenous@TOTABC.com

Phone: (778) 760-2965

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Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA)
The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association regional brand name “Thompson Okanagan” represents the geographic area depicted on the map below. The region gets its name from two major geographic features, the Thompson River and Okanagan Lake. This diverse area ranges from Christina Lake and the Shuswap to the east, Cache Creek and Princeton to the west, Mount Robson in the north, and Osoyoos in the south. TOTA would like to acknowledge that the land which the Thompson Okanagan is established on is in the traditional territory of the Syilx, Secwepemc, and Nlaka'pamux Nations.
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