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Road to Recovery - January 2022

Call for Nominations

Destination Development Committee

We are looking for members for our Destination Development Advisory Committee. If you or someone you know are interested please click read more below to fill out the nomination form. Email the completed form to

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Regional Trails Strategy

Regional Trails Strategy

The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association (CCCTA) is developing a Regional Trails Strategy to ensure that trail development and management in the region harnesses the full range of economic development opportunities, as well as their many…

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Cariboo Chilcotin Coast “Spark” Program  

Spark Program – Application Deadline NOW FEBRUARY 18, 2022

Do you have a new and innovative tourism idea that you would like to launch in the CCC Region? You could be selected to receive a $3000 grant, mentorship and additional partner support. Deadline to apply February 18, 2022.

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Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Applying for MRDT Renewal Aug. 1, 2022 

First Application Renewal for MRDT – August 1, 2022

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism has been collecting the 3% Municipal & Regional District Tax (MRDT) since May 2018. The process to renew MRDT collection happens every 5 years. Submission deadline for our first application renewal is August 1, 2022.

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FireSmart Wood Waste Disposal Program Extended

January 7, 2022 22-01 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WILLIAMS LAKE – Although the Canadian Red Cross Services (CRCS) funded FireSmart wood waste disposal program wrapped up in November of last year; the Cariboo Regional District will continue to accept…

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Tourism Resiliency Program Ending January 31, 2022 

The Tourism Resiliency Program has been available to work with the Tourism Businesses of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast for nearly two years due to the ongoing challenges created in one way or another as a result of COVID. Over that period of time, the Advisors working in the program have shared important information regarding funding – grants and loans offered through the Federal and Provincial government; kept the latest information in a one resource format, issued in a timely manner so that there was one resource to be referenced – as we all know how difficult searching the internet that can be. 

We KNOW that the challenges have not gone away! We understand that without the past two years ~ and often more due to the Wildfires and Flooding ~ income, and the chance to conduct your businesses as usual, that you still face incredible blockades. The Tourism Resiliency Program has been a funded program. Please reach out to us and share your success stories, your ongoing challenges, and any information that you would like to share about this program – good or bad. 

The Advisors have come to know you on a personal level, know your challenges and have directed businesses to the resources and information that would fit your individual needs and circumstances. We are still working with businesses on the grants and loans currently available. Please reach out if you need assistance. 

Please reach out if your business or event needs assistance from our program advisors before January 31, 2022. Email

Updates from our Marketing Team

Thomas Drasdauskis

Happy Holidays from the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Marketing Team

While uncertainty still lays ahead, our marketing team remains energized to continue supporting your businesses throughout whatever the future holds. In 2021, we were able to react quickly to what industry required under the conditions of increased restrictions and natural weather events.

We were also able to achieve some major wins for our region. Highlights including:

  • A collaborative campaign with the History Channel for the filming of Alone – Season 8. Garnering over 16.9 MILLION impressions and 88,000+ sessions to! 
  • Capturing the heart of our region with 21 interviews for our Full of Heart campaign, amassing over 885,000+ video views. 
  • Promoting responsible travel to our domestic markets, publishing 3 stories on how to respect wildlife, communities, culture and prioritize personal safety when travelling within our region. 

From our team to yours, happy holidays and here’s to a quieter 2022!

Highway 99 | Andrew Strain

Supporting Businesses This Winter

In response to access disruptions to our region for our southern markets, we have updated and optimized our ‘Getting Here & Around’ page. The page contains traveller information on alternative means of transportation to our region via inter-city bus service from Surrey to Prince George through Adventure Charters, direct airline service through Pacific Coastal and Central Mountain Air, vehicle rentals, ferry service through BC Ferries, and more. 

In addition, we have published our guide to Winter Responsible Travel to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast and a Holiday Gift Guide to support e-commerce enabled businesses. 

If you are experiencing cancellations and have questions on potential logistic alternatives for your guests, please reach out to our Emergency Program Manager, Mackenzie Moore.

Mackenzie Moore
Emergency Program Manager & Industry Training
P: 250-392-2226 ex. 201

NEW Digital Competitiveness Bundle Services

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast tourism businesses are able to access new resources to help reach more customers and put your digital assets to work! There are limited spaces available in the FREE extension to the Digital Competitiveness Bundle program – sign up today to receive:

  • Email Marketing Set-Up, Optimization & Training (Mailchimp)
  • Free Templates & Expert Advise to Help Build Engaging Website Content
  • Advertising Account Set-Up, Optimization & Training (Facebook and/or Google Advertising)
  • Up to $500 of FREE Digital Advertising – No strings attached!

For more information on how to access these services and view frequently asked questions, please click the button below.

Government Support Updates

Government Supports

With new capacity restrictions and lockdowns being implemented across the country, click read more to see the Government supports available for tourism and hospitality businesses. 

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CEBA Extension

The repayment deadline for CEBA loans to qualify for partial loan forgiveness is being extended to December 31, 2023, for all eligible borrowers in good standing.  

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