A Message From Our CEO
As 2021 draws to a close we look back upon another difficult and frustrating year in which we endured ongoing government restrictions, wildfires, and floods interrupting critical infrastructure and access to the region. With the threat of river and overland flooding in the spring, your Cariboo Chilcotin Coast tourism team has an eye on preparation and mitigation.
Yet, despite these challenges we continue to be a region ‘Full of Heart’ with quiet, resilient champions whose values and ideals would make the world a better place.
At Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism we believe in your potential and thus the potential of this region. Your team is working to find you the best information , connect you with the best opportunities and find ways to solve each challenge that is placed before us. Thank you for your ongoing feedback – keep the information and ideas coming! Your Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism team continually works to support you and your businesses in both prosperous and challenging times.
Over the Christmas and New Year holidays I hope you may also have occasion to rest for a while, enjoy family and friends, and consider the spirit of the season. On behalf of the staff and directors of Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism I extend our thanks and gratitude for your support in 2021 and wish you every success in 2022.
Economic & Fiscal Update 2021
Call for Nominations
Simplified GST/HST Account Registry
Confirming a simplified GST/HST account number
As of July 1st, 2021 the Canada Revenue Agency has implemented new rules for Digital Economy Businesses, such as Facebook, Instagram and Google. If your company is registered for the normal GST/HST in Canada, and you are purchasing goods or …
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.
ITBC “Spark” Program
ITBC Spark Program
Indigenous Tourism BC “Spark” Mentorships & Grants Program Whether you are an individual, a start-up or an established small business or non-profit organization, there can be many challenges and barriers to bringing a new tourism idea,…
BCFFE Funded Events
BC Festivals Fairs & Events – Funded Events
We are here for you and your business.
Our office in Williams Lake is now open, and our staff are fully available to provide you with support and up-to-date information.
If we don’t know the answer, we will find you someone on our team or elsewhere who does.
Please feel free to reach out to any of our staff with questions or concerns.