Archive for November, 2009|Monthly archive page
Article of the day: Canadian Government focuses on Tourism
Since tourism in Canada generates around $75 billions in revenues and produces 660 000 tourism jobs, Randy Williams, president and CEO of Tourism Industry Association of Canada and Tony Clement, Minister of Industry are partnering up to increase international reach and audience appeal of Canadian destinations. The Marquee Tourism Events Program is providing $100 million in funding over two years in support of the visitor economy. Read the full article at
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