Official launch of the Northern Alberta Bilingual Tourism Network
The value of such a project for our small and medium-sized tourism businesses at a pivotal moment in the industry is immense in terms of visibility and promotion, according to CDÉA president Amélie Caron.
Incorporated into the tourismealberta.ca digital platform which provides information on the province in French, the section dedicated to northern Alberta bilingual tourism routes also offers internet users the opportunity to select a thematic circuit offering a variety of cultural, heritage, agritourism and family experiences, to name just a few. Equipped with this new, entirely bilingual tool, visitors from across the country can now access an infinite combination of points of interest and email their selection or share it on social media. An intuitive experience combining accessibility and autonomy awaits them with just a few clicks.
|The CDÉA has been working closely with Paradis Valley Honey in Watino and Healing à la Source in Lac la Biche in collaboration with the ÉCONOMUSÉE Network Society (ENS) to enable these emerging ECONOMUSEUM businesses to develop their service offerings in French and become part of the Network .|
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This initiative has been a collective endeavor from its earliest stages as evidenced by the current involvement of some thirty regional partners, according to CDÉA Executive Director Étienne Alary. The arrival of this tool is timely, since local tourism will certainly be favored in the summer of 2021.
Communication and Public Relations Manager
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