Culinary Tourism Workshop
|Where:||Alpine Bakery Meeting Room|
|When:||Sunday August 3rd from 2:30 pm – 4:30pm|
|Who should attend:||Businesses offering food experiences to visitors (adventure operators, B&B's, lodges, inns, caterers, restaurateurs, etc)|
|What will it be about:
Eric Patemen, Executive Chef and President will share his insights into what it takes to develop and deliver culinary tourism experiences that surpass your guest’s expectations while not over extending your time and budget.
Hosted by the Tourism Industry Association of Yukon and Tourism Yukon in conjunction with the Yukon Culinary Festival.
This is a free workshop. Registration is encouraged although not mandatory. Register here.
Changes to Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program
Recent changes to Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker program will affect some of the occupations within the Tourism industry. To find out more about the changes that may affect your ability to access employees in future, please click here.
Please also note that the federal reforms will not impact the operation of the Yukon Nominee Program, however the Yukon Temporary Foreign Worker one year pilot project:
• Will expire on July 31, 2014 and will not be renewed
• Until July 31, 2014 employers can continue to submit applications to the YTFWP
• The federal reforms will not impact existing work permits issued under the YTFWP
Tourism is a vital component to the sustainability of Yukon’s economy. It remains the territory’s second-largest industry, contributes over 100 million to Yukon’s GDP and generates jobs for approximately 25% of the territory’s employed residents.
At Tourism Yukon, we support the development of our industry in the following ways:
The Industry Services unit offers tourism Product Development advice and counselling, along with visitor Research data and information regarding Resource and Land Planning. Industry Services is also responsible for managing the Product Development Partnership Program and the Tourism Cooperative Marketing Fund. Want to make your business ideas into a reality? Come and talk to us!
The Marketing team takes your market and export ready tourism products and shouts them out to the world! We work with tour operators, suppliers, travel agents, travel media and meeting professionals to attract international visitors to your unique business and our beautiful backyard.
Visitor Services play an important role in promoting your experiences to tourists once they are in Yukon. At our six Visitor Information Centres (VICs) we provide high quality information that encourages visitors to stay longer, spend more money, revisit a region, or experience more of the amazing surprises that our territory has to offer.
Department of Tourism & Culture
Government of Yukon
Toll free (In Yukon): 1-800-661-0408, local 3053
100, Hanson St
P.O. Box 2703 (L-1)
Canada Y1A 2C6