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Lisa Roddick: Kicking Horse’s Adventure Kickstarter

Published by Mountain Life Media on November 13, 2017 Momentum is the lifeblood of a resort—not snow, good press, or lift capacity, or even après—but the force that makes arcing into a turn the most exhilarating sensation your body can chase. The current that pulls people from modest little towns and traffic churning …

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Your story is our story

Show the world why Alberta stands out as a destination by creating a message that connects with travellers. If you don’t know where to start, Travel Alberta has a solution.    The Alberta Tourism Brand Industry Toolkit has been created for you. The information contained in the toolkit walks users …

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Alberta Indigenous Tourism Planning Day

Indigenous tourism entrepreneurs and community leaders from across the province gather at the Alberta Indigenous Tourism Planning Day on November 6, 2017, to share information and help shape the future of Alberta’s Indigenous tourism industry. Travel Alberta and Tracy Klettl, Painted Warriors, are presenting on the Indigenous tourism opportunities in …

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Resorts Of The Northwest – 48 mountains to shred!

Published by Inlander on November 9, 2017 Written by Jen Forsyth Kicking Horse – Golden, B.C. kickinghorseresort.com 4,130 vertical feet • 120 runs With a huge vertical drop, more than 20 feet of average annual snowfall, 2,800 skiable acres and what seems like an infinite number of chutes to keep advanced …

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New support on tap for craft brewing industry

The Government of Alberta is building on its plan to diversify the economy and create good-paying jobs by establishing craft brewing as a key component of culinary tourism. A grant to the Alberta Small Brewers Association (ASBA) will help develop the province’s local beer brand to establish craft brewing as …

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Tourism Works in Alberta

The annual Travel Alberta Industry Conference (TAIC) wrapped up on Tuesday, bringing the premier Alberta tourism marketing event to a close. As an “industry of industries,” tourism often takes a back seat to the resource sector in conversations about Alberta’s economic future. In fact, tourism is a key economic driver …

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