The use of the BC Vaccine Card will be phased in to allow people extra time to transition to their new cards. As of Sept. 13, 2021, one dose of vaccine will be required for entry to these settings. From Sept. 13-26, 2021, people will also be able …
Tourism Sector Step 3 Toolkit
Quick guide for tourism operators on communications, health and safety, workforce, and marketing. Introduction Step 3 Toolkit Vaccination Proof Update British Columbia continues to welcome back travellers – British Columbians exploring their own…
COVID-19 & Wildfire Impact Survey
CCC Region COVID-19 & Wildfire Impact Survey
The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association is working to understand the impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Wildfires on businesses throughout our region. This survey will take approximately 5 mins: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HJQMTCQ
TOURISM MARKETING COMMITTEE Call for Applications
Williams Lake-Destination BC is seeking representatives for its Tourism Marketing Committee (TMC) for terms beginning January 1, 2022. In the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region, the TMC requires one representative for a three-year term…
CRD Broadband Study now available online
A recent report on broadband connectivity in the Cariboo region, commissioned by the CRD, is now available online. The report, completed in the spring of 2021, offers a comprehensive look at the current state of connectivity in the region,…
go2HR Employee Labour Market Research
Help the Tourism & Hospitality Industry Return to a New Normal Participate in an employee survey and be entered into a draw for $1,500 in prizes. go2HR is BC’s tourism and hospitality industry human resource and health & safety association.
Motion Picture Production Accounting Clerk
Motion Picture Production Accounting Clerk Micro-Credential program Learn production accounting fundamentals essential to working in a rewarding and fast-paced industry. Students will be introduced to the roles and responsibilities of the…
eLearningU September 2021
There’s no denying Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn have changed the way we communicate, connect and market our businesses. But regardless which social media platform you’re focusing on, the name of the online game is…attention! If you’re not…
Mackenzie Moore joins our team as the Tourism Emergency Program Manager.
Mackenzie was born and raised in Williams Lake and has recently returned after spending a few years travelling, working, and studying her BA in Sociology while based out of Kamloops and Calgary. Read More….