TIABC CEO Walt Judas says that building relationships with Indigenous communities is key to the overall success of the tourism industry across the province, but there is still much work to be done in that regard.
TIABC Comments on Impact to Tourism From India's Travel Advisory for Canada
In an interview with Paul James of Radio NL this week, TIABC CEO Walt Judas spoke about the Indian government's latest travel advi...
TIABC Responds to New Report on Short-Term Rental Impacts in BC
TIABC CEO Walt Judas told the Vancouver Sun earlier this week that the proliferation of short-term rentals in BC is keeping touris...
Government Aims to Crack Down on Short-Term Rentals
In an interview with City News this week, TIABC CEO Walt Judas explained why BC's tourism sector is open to tighter regulations on...
Extreme Weather Putting Reputation as Tourist Destination at Risk
TIABC CEO Walt Judas told the Canadian Press this week that while it’s difficult to immediately quantify how severe the impact o...
Impact of Wildfires on BC's Tourism Industry
TIABC Chair J.J. Belanger joined BNN Bloomberg earlier this week to discuss the impact of the wildfires on BC's tourism industry a...
Industry Hopeful for Recovery Upon Lifting of Travel Restrictions
TIABC CEO Walt Judas spoke with Robin Gill of The Vassy Kapelos Show earlier this week about the impacts of the wildfires and what...