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Author: jonathan

ACTivate – New Community Development Program

November 25, 2022

The Gros Morne Institute for Sustainable Tourism (GMIST) and its partner the Coady Institute at St. Francis Xavier University (Coady) have embarked on an ambitious and exciting project which takes a fresh approach to community development in Atlantic Canada. Through the development and delivery of this new program, we are seeking to flip traditional thinking… Read More

NEW Experiential Travel Program

March 7, 2022

GMIST is excited to announce the newest offering to our lineup of programs – LIFT (Leadership and Innovation for the Future of Tourism).   This exciting new program is targeted towards 20 high performing tourism operators who want to come together to support one another on a 6-8 month journey.   The competitive application process… Read More

Fall 2018 Tourism Best Practice

August 20, 2018

The fall 2018 Tourism Best Practices are now posted and open for applications.  The first mission will be on Tourism Cluster Development in Gros Morne and the second mission will be on Travel Trade in the Southern Ontario region.  To learn more please visit http://tourismbestpractices.ca.

Fall 2017 Best Practice Missions

August 9, 2017

Culinary Tourism: The Art of Food and Drink November 5 – 10, 2017 The purpose of this mission is to demonstrate how destinations have created culinary experiences that highlight their regions and engage visitors in unique ways. During our time in Ontario we will visit Prince Edward County (PEC) and the Kawarthas and Northumberland region…. Read More