Randy Boissonnault signs pledge to support Canada in being the global leader in indigenous tourism by 2030

Randy Boissonnault has signed a pledge for Canada to become the global leader in Indigenous tourism.


Randy Boissonnault, minister of tourism and associate minister of finance, has signed a pledge to support Canada in becoming the global leader in Indigenous tourism by 2030. The pledge took place last week at the 10th annual International Indigenous Tourism Conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and was also signed by hundreds of conference delegates.

The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) is asking all of its members and partners to sign the pledge and join Indigenous Tourism Team Canada.

Download the pledge, sign it, and then post a picture to social media using the #IndigenousTourismTeamCanada hashtag.

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