Working with our members, as well as numerous provincial and federal partners, Hospitality NL strives to develop a business environment that fosters growth and efficiency, instead of complex processes and unnecessary red tape. Several regulatory issues are explained in greater detail in the Policy Priorities section.
Administration and Regulations
Areas of focused advocacy: work with provincial and federal partners to reduce unnecessary and burdensome administrative and regulatory requirements to tourism operators.
Small and medium-sized businesses are not only the backbone of the tourism industry, they are the backbone of the Canadian economy. Yet, federal and provincial regulatory requirements force them to navigate through insurmountable paperwork, complex permitting processes, inflexible approval processes and other unnecessary red tape that impede the daily operations of their businesses.
Hospitality NL continues to work with provincial and federal partners to reduce unnecessary and burdensome administrative and regulatory requirements. Our goal is a globally competitive, innovative business environment that is conducive to efficiencies, job creation and growth.
emerit has been developed by the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) in collaboration with tourism industry professionals. It has become synonymous with excellence, credibility, and professionalism in the Canadian tourism sector. For more information go to www.emerit.ca.
The Discover Tourism career awareness program was developed to communicate employment and career opportunities in the tourism sector to a range of target audiences including Youth, New Canadians, Persons with Disabilities, Pre and Post Retirees.
The Canadian Academy of Travel & Tourism (CATT) focuses on building partnerships between education and industry in order to foster the next generation of Canadian travel & tourism leaders.