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TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter

January 2023

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – January 20th, 2023

As a regular reader of my weekly messages, you know how much I love live music. You also deserve a medal if you remembered that my...

January 2023

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – January 13th, 2023

Concerned that I was getting bored over the holidays, my wife handed me her Christmas gift - actor Matthew Perry’s new book enti...

January 2023

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – January 6th, 2023

Happy New Year! I trust you enjoyed a break from the daily grind to vacation elsewhere or spend time with loved ones over the holi...

December 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – December 16th, 2022

Tis the season when I hear from a few relatives and friends who take delight in sending (via Canada Post) or emailing me their ann...

December 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – December 9th, 2022

Recently TIABC surveyed its members to solicit feedback on advocacy priorities and other matters we should be focussed on as an or...

December 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – December 2nd, 2022

Even though I'm not a gambler, I was tempted to ditch my vehicle and walk to the casino 500 metres away to play blackjack or roule...

November 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – November 25th, 2022

Often when travelling on business, I set aside at least one night on my own to take in a sporting event, theatre production, or co...

November 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – November 18th, 2022

Earlier today, TIABC held its annual general meeting at Anvil Centre in New Westminster. It was good for our board and members to ...

November 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – November 10th, 2022

Whenever I see a service truck pull into my neighbour’s (I call him Bossman) driveway, I’m tempted to run out and let the cont...

November 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – November 4th, 2022

When car manufacturers introduced vehicles with DVD players, I thought nothing of piling the kids into our new mini-van and drivin...

October 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – October 28th, 2022

It’s a long one today so put the fire on and settle in. In the late eighties, credit card company American Express introduced th...

October 2022

TIABC Voice of Tourism Newsletter – October 21st, 2022

One way to virtually guarantee a face-to-face conversation with a provincial cabinet minister or MLA is to hang out at the Helijet...

Double tap if you were at the IMPACT Conference in Victoria BC! 👏

The IMPACT Conference featured speakers such as Minister Popham and Milena Nikolova of Bulgaria, who delivered a keynote on attracting the right travellers. 

DYK: Milena Nikolova was also a keynote speaker at the 2022 BC Tourism & Hospitality Conference? 

#bctourism
Take your adventure to the next level with @helicatcanada. 🚁 

This week @waltjudas met with Helicat Canada President Rob Rohn (centre) and Executive Director Ross Cloutier at Helicat’s “Sightline 2030” launch in downtown Vancouver. #bctourism #sightline2030
You’re invited to a #TourismTownHall! 📨

An industry-wide event delivered by @tiac_aitc to reach all tourism industry stakeholders from coast to coast to coast – Tourism Town Halls will be delivered in person in every province and territory.

It provides an opportunity to meet with TIAC representatives and partners to better understand advocacy efforts undertaken nationally and discuss local tourism issues; and offers a forum for open dialogue, discussion, and constructive debate.

Register now through link in bio. 👆

#TourismCounts #bctourismcounts
It’s vital that we work together to preserve the beauty of British Columbia so visitors now and in future can enjoy the breathtaking place that we call home. With @harbourair, sustainability is a core value they work on every day. Vice President Meredith Moll discusses how Harbour Air is carbon neutral and how the work they’re doing is benefitting BC’s visitor economy. 🏔️
Register for #BCTourismandHospitalityConference before Jan.18 & SAVE $100! 📢 

Registration includes complete access to all three days of conference sessions, workshops, silent auction, welcome reception, and the awards gala! 

The conference takes place in Prince George from March 1-3. 

Click link in bio to learn more. 👆

#bcthc #conference #tourism #StayBC #BCTourismCounts #register #earlybird
Happy New Year! 🎆

#bctourismcounts #bctourism #tourismsector #bc #tourism #bcstrong #explorebc #hellobc #GreenMeansGo