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New Sculpture and Display to be Created A fundamental piece of the history of Jasper National Park will be commemorated at the Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives in 2016. The museum will recognize the important contribution that the Aseniwuche Winewak or the “Rocky Mountain People” have made to the region. The museum,... Read More »
Falcon Crest Lodge, an award-winning mountain getaway nestled between Canmore and Banff National Park, continues to push the standard for industry excellence to new heights as it caters to travellers visiting Alberta’s world famous Rocky Mountains and the surrounding areas. The CLIQUE Hotels & Resorts property was pleased to announce... Read More »
Don’t miss your chance to participate in this important industry event! Showcase your tourism experience, service, or destination at Spring Training and Showcase 2016 by registering as an exhibitor. This exciting annual two-day training event will take place May 3-4, 2016 at the Ramada Edmonton Hotel and Conference Centre (located on... Read More »
Disney Institute is bringing its renowned professional development course, “Disney’s Approach to Quality Service,” to Alberta. This three city tour of one-day events will help area professionals determine how they can differentiate their service to become a provider of choice and understand the processes necessary to develop a culture that... Read More »
Priorities to focus on for 2016 If Canada's travel and tourism industry is to reach its full potential as an economic driver of growth and job creation, federal leadership is needed to move forward on a National Tourism Accord. Here are some of the challenges TIAC would like to see a... Read More »