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Springing Forward at the CCCTA March 2023

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Destination BC’s Corporate Strategy

Corporate Strategy – Destination BC

In 2022, as travel resumed following the global pandemic and momentum was building for a better future, we focused on connection: with travellers, with communities and with industry, to listen, to learn and to talk about what is needed to chart a …

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2023 BC Tourism and Hospitality Conference

2023 BC Tourism and Hospitality
Held March 1 – 3 in Prince George

The BC Tourism & Hospitality Conference was held in Prince George from March 1 – 3, 2023. The Tourism Industry Association of BC and the BC Hotel Association came together to hold the conference for the first time in Northern BC. It was one of the most memorable events for many delegates who had never visited this hospitable city.

2023 BC Tourism and Hospitality
Held March 1 – 3 in Prince George

The British Columbia Hotel Association (BCHA) and the Tourism Industry Association of British Columbia (TIABC) announced the winners of the 2023 BC Tourism and Hospitality Awards during the 2023 BC Tourism and Hospitality Conference Awards Gala, presented by Indigenous Tourism BC (ITBC), on March 2.

Nine awards were given out that recognize and celebrate excellence, leadership, and innovation within BC’s tourism & hospitality sector, showcasing the province’s most exceptional leaders and positive change-makers.

Congratulations to all the winners!

The winners from the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Region are:

Businesswoman of the Year Award
Kate Cox, Barkerville Heritage Trust

Innovation Award
Beyond the Haunting Investigations


A tribute was put together at the BC Tourism & Hospitality Conference to remember and honour the friends who we have lost this past year. Forever in our hearts, we honour their memory and the impact they had on our lives and our work. May their legacy continue to bring us guidance and joy.

Click HERE to view.

Community Well-being Survey Wants to Hear from B.C. Residents

Survey launched International Day of Happiness want to hear from people in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism (CCCTA) is helping get a read on how happy and healthy residents in the region and in B.C. are feeling – information that will help strengthen the relationship between the tourism industry, residents, and their well-being.It’s all part of the Community Well-being Survey launched on International Day of Happiness, March 20, in partnership with the British Columbia Regional Tourism Secretariat (BCRTS), CCCTA, and Planet Happiness (a project of the Happiness Alliance).

 See press release here.

For Your HR Needs

HR Corner with Christie March Edition

Welcome to the second instalment of the recruitment series! I look forward to continuing the recruitment journey with you! Let’s look at recruitment through the lens of our rural and remote communities: are you finding that the candidate pools…

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