11 Nations | 55 communities
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POW WOW TRAIL 2017 The Pow-Wow is a celebration open to all where you can indulge in Native music and dancing, admire traditional costumes, sample typical dishes and explore aboriginal craftsmanship! A list of Pow-Wow 2017 held in Québec is available to help you plan your trips. Download the Pow Wow Trail here !
First Nations cuisine : gourmet ? Absolutely. Unpretentious, but with real talent, our chefs cultivate traditions with a grain of salt and a hint and a modern twist. Hunting, fishing, picking and a love of sharing are the ancestral ingredients of a cuisine that ties in perfectly with the present. Welcome to the First Peoples’ table!
ADVENTURE IS IN OUR NATURE!
Who better than Aboriginals to guide us through Quebec’s vast ancestral lands? On their territory, in distant corners of the province and near urban areas, they take you by the hand to share the authentic relationships core to the First Nations’ lifestyle: the ties between humans and Nature (plants, wildlife and the seasons).
QUEBEC NATIONAL ASSEMBLY HIGHLIGHTS 25 YEARS OF ABORIGINAL TOURISM
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ATAC Vice Chair and QAT Executive Director Dave Laveau appointed to Destination Canada’s Board of Directors
Laveau is the first Aboriginal person to be appointed to this Canadian Crown corporation
Huron-Wendat territory (Wendake, QC), April 19, 2017 – Following a transparent, merit-based process, Dave Laveau became the first Aboriginal person to be appointed to Destination Canada’s Board of Directors. The honourable Bardish Chagger, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons and Minister of Small Business and Tourism, announced eight appointments to this prestigious board through a press release today after a selection process that factored in gender equality and Canadian diversity. The appointment of Dave Laveau undoubtedly gives another platform for the leaders of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC), Québec Aboriginal Tourism (QAT) and our industry to express their views. To read the news and download on pdf.
QAT : FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RECOGNIZES 25 YEARS OF WORK
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HISTORIC RECOGNITION OF ABORIGINAL TOURISM IN QUEBEC
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FEDERAL BUDGET 2017: HISTORIC MOMENT FOR ABORIGINAL TOURISM
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Quebec Aboriginal Tourism
The Aboriginals of Québec have been known since time immemorial for their deep-rooted values of hospitality and sharing. Across the vast expanses of our beautiful landscape, the 55 Aboriginal communities of Quebec invite all to discover an aboriginal experience peppered with the diverse flavours of our regions, nations and cultures. Come enjoy an authentic and unique experience while we welcome you to our traditional and contemporary cultures.
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