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Please use the form below to register for the event.

For more detailed information please contact Lisa McDonald, Tourism Board Manager at or 709-722-2000 ext. 227/1-800-563-0700.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Board presents Tourism Support for You  

Do you want to upgrade your business operation but are unsure of your financing options?

Are you experiencing difficulty finding employees which may be affecting your ability to deliver services?

Are you looking to tap into online resources but not sure where to begin?  

Is reading your financial statements causing you frustration?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, mark your calendar now!

The Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Board, a partnership board comprised of Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador, Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, Department of Innovation, Trade and Rural Development, Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and five Destination Management Organizations, will be presenting a series of comprehensive information sessions entitled Tourism Support for You. The sessions will provide information about available resources and funding programs that tourism operators can access to enhance marketing, product, human resources, technology and financial management capacity and activities. You will have access to all of the KEY tourism resources and funding agencies in one room!

If you ever wondered where to go to access funding or if there are programs and resources available that could help you, attending a session in your region will equip you with the knowledge to help you achieve your organizational goals.

Get informed! Tourism Support for You will provide you with real solutions to your specific business concerns.

Participants will interact face-to-face with provincial, federal and industry resource persons and learn about the specific business development programs and resources available. Each session will take place over the course of a half day. There will be no cost to attend and refreshments will be served. Please note: space is limited for these sessions.

Mark your calendars for the location closest to you:


Labrador Straits                      The Northern Light Inn                      Monday, March 28 (PM)

Happy Valley – Goose Bay   Hotel North                                         Tuesday, March 29 (PM)


Grand Falls-Windsor              Shalups Centre                                    Thursday, March 31 (PM)

Twillingate                              Lions Club                                          Friday, April 01 (AM)


Plum Point                              Plum Point Motel                                Monday, April 11 (PM)

Deer Lake                               Deer Lake Motel                                 Tuesday, April 12 (AM)

Stephenville                            Holiday Inn                                         Wednesday, April 13 (AM)


Clarenville                               St. Jude Hotel                                     Monday, April 18 (PM)

Ferryland                                 Southern Shore Folk Arts Council      Tuesday, April 19 (PM)


St. John’s                                The Capital                                          Wednesday, April 20 (AM)

For more detailed information please contact Lisa McDonald, Tourism Board Manager at or 709-722-2000 ext. 227/1-800-563-0700.

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