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Alberta steps up to help grow Indigenous tourism

Government of Alberta

New tourism initiatives aim to create jobs for First Nations and Métis communities and attract more visitors to the province. The Government of Alberta is providing the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) with a $100,000 grant to help establish a provincial Indigenous tourism organization and grow tourism-related businesses across the... Read More »

Adventure at Historic Sites, Museums and Archives

Government of Alberta

Join hundreds of thousands of visitors this summer exploring 20 provincially-owned historic sites, museums and archives for an affordable Alberta adventure. Experience everything about Alberta’s history from close-up encounters with dinosaurs and vintage vehicles to learning about ancient bison-hunting culture and tasting delicious Ukrainian cuisine. As Canadians across the country celebrate the... Read More »

WinSport Funding to Refurbish World-class Facility

Government of Alberta

A $10-million investment in the upgrade and modernization of the WinSport sliding track at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary is helping develop athletes and world-class sporting facilities.The funding, part of the Government of Alberta’s Capital Plan, will assist with refurbishment of the sliding track at WinSport. “As we celebrate Canada’s 150th... Read More »

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