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Travel Alberta is offering a selection of Webinar Wednesday sessions in November. Learn about the “how” and “why” of using online marketing platforms from an expert without leaving your office or home. Check out the topics for Webinar Wednesdays you can register for in November: ... Read More »
Travel Alberta is excited to present our suite of Canada Marketing Opportunities outlined in the new 2015 Partnership Resources publication. New opportunities will also be posted to the industry website throughout the year – we encourage you to check the Canada Marketing Opportunities page often. New this... Read More »
As the executive director of Canadian Badlands Tourism – an organization that promotes tourism in the badlands of southern Alberta – Cindy Amos wanted to help rural Alberta flourish. She shared her compelling vision for community development and the future of tourism. Cindy was an innovator who ushered in a... Read More »
Senior leaders of Destination Marketing Organizations in Alberta can now work with Travel Alberta to become Certified Destination Management Executives (CDME) through a program designed to help them effectively adapt to and manage increasing change and competition. Travel Alberta’s CDME Scholarship supports DMOs by funding up to 80% of the registration... Read More »
Premier Jim Prentice issued the following statement: “On behalf of all Albertans, I would like to offer my sincere thoughts and prayers to the family, friends and comrades of the soldier shot today while standing on guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. “As the situation in Ottawa is ongoing, we... Read More »