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.
Aboriginal Tourism Partnership Announced
Ottawa, ON - December 1, 2015: Destination Canada (DC) and the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) have signed an agreement to leverage the strengths of both organizations and support the continued growth of the Aboriginal tourism industry across Canada.
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QUEBEC ABORIGINAL TOURISM: CONTINUED AND ADMIRABLE GROWTH
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ATAC Continues to Build Partnerships – AFN Annual
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Sépaq and Quebec Aboriginal Tourism join forces in 2015-2020 Agreement
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National Aboriginal Tourism Research Report confirms economic impact is growing while investing in infrastructure, training and marketing remains critical
April 30th, 2015, Coast Salish Territory (Vancouver BC) – The first major study of Aboriginal tourism in more than a decade points to the increasing importance, growth and sophistication of Aboriginal tourism across Canada.
A HUGE SUCCESS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL ABORIGINAL TOURISM CONFERENCE IN QUEBEC
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Quebec Aboriginal Tourism at a glance
ORIGIN(E): LAUNCH OF THE ABORIGINAL TOURISM MAGAZINE OF QUÉBEC 2015-2016
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Abundant, gigantic and entirely natural : Our parks are our riches. They’re the envy the world! Quebec’s natural areas are its primary riches. National parks, national historic sites and marine conservation areas : a world to discover – where sensitive areas, lands and species are preserved and respected.
Aboriginal museums are the best place to have a closer look at artifacts, relics and art objects. You can also learn about stories that will make you drift to the worlds of the past and of dreams. Last but not least, it is a best place to meet with Native artists!
Pow Wow Route 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 2015 held in Québec is available to help you plan your trips.