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City of St-Albert gardener in Laval QC preparing Wild Rose for MosaiCanada 150 Gatineau 2017

Communities in Bloom

MosaiCanada 150/Gatineau 2017, a Canada 150 project funded by Canadian Heritage, the Government of Quebec and the Ville de Gatineau, will be held from July 1st to October 15, 2017 in Jacques Cartier Park, a National Capital Commission park, partner of the project. The project, under the leadership of Mosaïcultures Internationales... Read More »

Budget 2017: Survey of Impacts on the Tourism Economy

Tourism Industry Association of Canada

Federal Budget 2017 TIAC has put together the following list of industry relevant items from the federal budget released on March 22nd. For more details on any of these items, please follow this link to our website. Marketing: $37.5 million allocated to permanent funding to Destination Canada (raising overall... Read More »

Travel Alberta Again Tapped as One of Alberta’s Top 70 Employers

Travel Alberta

Travel Alberta once again made the list of Alberta’s Top 70 Employers, recognized as an exceptional place to work. “This distinction is important because it recognizes the impactful work done on behalf of our team and of Albertans across the province to further foster the visitor economy. Our brand is more... Read More »

  • Banff/Lake Louise
    Target Markets

    To achieve Alberta’s tourism 2022 strategy, Travel Alberta will focus our global marketing resources on markets which represent the greatest potential for tourism growth.

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  • Northern Alberta
    Multimedia Library

    Travel Alberta’s multimedia library is designed to share brand-aligned, high quality resources including photography, video, maps and stories with our tourism marketing and media partners.

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