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ONTARIO TOURISM RESILIENCY AWARD WINNERS

Tuesday, November 1st, 2022 – On October 26, 2022, the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario (TIAO) hosted the annual Ontario Tourism Resiliency Awards at Deerhurst Resort. Many winners were announced including some prominent people and associations that are a part of the Attractions Ontario family.

Lifetime Achievement Award Joe Kowalski, Founder/Owner, Wilderness Tours

Ontario Choice Award
 

Little Canada


Sustainability:
Cycling YDH Trail Talks – Central Counties

Tourism & CVC Island Lake

Conservation Area

Destination Marketing Organization Peterborough & the Kawarthas

Tourism – The O’de Piitaanemaan Pledge

Regional Tourism Organization Ontario’s Highlands Tourism

Organization – Our Connections Campaign

Outdoor YDH Trail Talks – Central Counties Tourism & CVC Island Lake Conservation Area

Collaboration:
Accommodation RTO9, Via Rail, and Landsby –

Rail &Roam

Attractions YDH Trail Talks: Spine Tingling

Trail –Central Counties Tourism

Convention, Conference,

Event Planner

Ryan McHugh, Tourism Hamilton
Cycling Sault Ste Marie to Thunder Bay Cycling Expansion Initiative -DNO and Waterfront Regeneration Trust
Destination Marketing Organization Destination Toronto – City

Friends with Benefits

Food Service Dine & Shop YGQ –TWEPI
Outdoor YDH Trail Talks: Spine Tingling Trail –Central Counties Tourism
Regional Tourism Organization RTO9, Via Rail, and Landsby -Rail & Roam
Transportation RTO9, Via Rail, and Landsby -Rail & Roam

Innovation:
Outdoor Get Hooked –TWEPI
Resource Based Tourism Get Hooked –TWEPI
Convention, Conference, Event Planner Ryan McHugh, Tourism Hamilton
Destination Marketing Organization Tourism Hamilton

The Ontario Tourism Resiliency Awards aims to celebrate the best in the Tourism Industry. Thank you to TIAO and all our colleagues in tourism for their contributions and devotion to this incredible industry.

Attractions Ontario is a non-profit association, dedicated solely to optimizing attendance for their member attractions.  As the only province-wide trade association dedicated exclusively to the attractions sector of the tourism industry, Attractions Ontario members encompass over 500 public and privately-owned attractions in numerous categories such as amusement parks, historical sites, cultural activities, arts & entertainment and adventure tourism. 

 

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