TIABC POLICIES, ADVOCACY, POSITIONS & CORRESPONDENCE

TIABC’s Advocacy and Policy Development is based on four key principles:

1. Elevate the importance, value and potential of the tourism industry within all levels of government.
2. Ensure TIABC’s advocacy efforts are effectively influencing all levels of government to successfully support the tourism industry in a timely manner.
3. Encourage tourism-friendly municipal policies.
4. Alert major political parties to the importance, value and future growth of tourism.

For a full list of TIABC’s recent COVID-19 activities, please visit www.tiabc.ca/advocacy-policy-development/covid-19-updates

Recent meetings with Government

Please see COVID-19 pages for most recent activity: www.tiabc.ca/advocacy-policy-development/covid-19-updates/

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  • Winter/Spring 2020
  • Fall 2019 – TIABC attended and presented at various upcoming events this past fall/winter
  • Fall/Winter 2019
  • Tourism Emergency Management Committee re: Covid-19
  • Tourism Ministry re: emergency preparedness legislation review and other various issues
  • Minister Shane Simpson re: accessibility review and legislation
  • Craft Brewers of BC re: regulatory and policy issues
  • Tourism businesses re: Covid-19 impacts and other business issues
  • Tourism Vancouver re: destination development issues
  • Destination BC re: industry input on various issues
  • Sport Fishing Institute re: regulations
  • BC Hotel Association re: various issues
  • BC Chamber of Commerce re: policy issues
  • Citizen & Immigration Canada re: immigration and labour issues
  • Northern BC Tourism Association board re: TIABC priorities
  • Vancouver Community Sport Hosting review
  • Thriving Orcas, Thriving Communities re: federal regulations
  • Indigenous Tourism BC re: Labour Market Impact Assessments
  • Capilano University Tourism Program Advisory Committee
  • UBCM 2019 Convention – September 23-27 (Vancouver)
  • **Vacation Ownership Conference – September 24 (Whistler)
  • **Kootenay Rockies AGM – September 25 (Cranbrook)
  • **Mountain Bike Tourism Summit – October 4 (Whistler)
  • **Tourism Vancouver Island Conference – October 8-10 (Nanaimo)
  • BC Chamber of Commerce breakfast with Minister of Indigenous Relations October 18 (Vancouver)
  • Helicat Canada AGM – October 21-22 (Victoria)
  • **BCLCA Ideas Forum & AGM – October 23-24 (Nanaimo)
  • **Vancouver Island Economic Forum – October 23 (Nanaimo)
  • **CCCTA Conference – November 1-3 (Barkerville)
  • International Indigenous Tourism Conference – November 12-14 (Kelowna)
  • Sport Fishing Institute Conference – November 15 – (Vancouver)
  • TIAC Congress – November 18-21 (Ottawa)
  • Tourism New Westminster re: MRDT
  • Rec, Sites and Trails re: Trans Canada trail development
  • Minster Beare and MTAC re: UNDRIP legislation
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Tourism Wells Gray re: forestry issues
  • Coalition of BC Businesses re: provincial issues and strategy
  • Fall legislative agenda
  • Greater Victoria Harbour Authority re: council’s cruise motion
  • Helicat Canada re: UNDRIP legisalation
  • Ministry of Education re: K-12 curriculum and credentials
  • Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations re: wildlife management and habitat conservation
  • Capilano University Tourism Program Advisory Committee
  • PNWER pre-clearance committee
  • Better Transit & Transportation Coalition board meeting
  • Tourism Kelowna re: BC stats

Positions & Correspondence

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