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Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021 – On October 27, 2021, the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario (TIAO) hosted the annual Ontario Tourism Resiliency Awards at Brookstreet Hotel. Many winners were announced including some prominent people and associations that are a part of the Attractions Ontario family.

Ontario Choice Award
Treetop Trekking
Tourism Champion of the Year Mark Bingeman, President, Bingemans

Marine Madawaska Kanu
Outdoor Madawaska Kanu Centre
RTO Destination Northern Ontario
Transportation OWL Rafting

Cycling Destination Northern Ontario & Waterfront Regeneration Trust (Northern Ontario Cycling Expansion Initiative)
Indigenous Tourism Operator Indigenous Tourism Experiences in collaboration with Ottawa Tourism (Travel Trade) – Team Ottawa Virtual Sales Blitz
Regional Tourism Operator Destination Northern Ontario: Northern Ontario Border Working Group Initiative
Resource Based Tourism NOTO & Destination Northern Ontario | Creation of COVID-19 Protocols for the Resource-Based Tourism Industry


Destination Northern Ontario & Waterfront Regeneration Trust (Northern Ontario Cycling Expansion Initiative)

RTO Hamilton Halton Brant

Accommodation Great Wolf Lodge
Attractions Westben Centre for Connection & Creativity Through Music
Convention, Conference, Event Planner Bingemans
Destination Marketing Organization Tourism Hamilton
Festival & Events Westben Centre for Connection & Creativity Through Music
Outdoor Toronto Zoo‘s Scenic Safari Drive Thru
Regional Tourism Operator Hamilton Halton Brant Regional Tourism Association –  Local Marketing Campaigns  (Response to COVID-19 Crisis)

The Ontario Tourism Resiliency Awards aims to celebrate the best in the Tourism Industry, and this year was very important as we navigate through impacts of COVID-19. Thank you to TIAO and all of our colleagues in tourism for their contributions and devotion to this incredible industry.4

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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