|Statement||prepared for Industry and Product Development Directorate.|
|Contributions||Canadian Tourism Commission. Industry and Product Development Directorate.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
Section A – Why Cultural/Heritage Tourism is Important 5 1. personal or community use No part of this book may be reproduced for 1 Cultural Tourism, Canada 2 Culture and Heritage, Canada I Title. Section B – Planning for Cultural/Heritage Tourism 32 5. Canada as a destination is well placed to benefit from this trend, marketing heritage over other forms of travel experience. This paper is in three parts. First, a discussion of heritage tourism in Canada is presented that stresses diversity over the myth of a product base that is limited around a few themes, namely Mounties, mountains and by: Cultural and Heritage Tourism, and Why It Matters Cultural and heritage tourism refers to tourism where arts, culture and heritage form a key attraction for visitors, and the focus of their activities. Some argue that all tourism is cultural heritage tourism, since all tourism involves people (culture) in a setting with (natural. This cultural and heritage tourism research paper is one of thirteen research papers commissioned to provide guidance to the Ontario Tourism Competitiveness Study. This study creates a framework for identifying, evaluating, promoting and supporting high yield cultural tourism opportunities in the province from the consumer perspective.
THE CHALLENGE OF CULTURAL TOURISM by Walter Jamieson. With a growing international interest in heritage, growth in cultural tourism has increased the public and politician's positive view of cultural resources as well as developed a wide range of expectations for the impacts of cultural tourism. Cultural Heritage and Tourism in the Developing World is the first book of its kind to synthesize global and regional issues, challenges, and practices related to cultural heritage and tourism, specifically in less-developed importance of preservation and management of cultural heritage has been realized as an increasing number of tourists are visiting heritage attractions. Figure Motor hotels (motels) were part of the commercial infrastructure of the new tourism and car culture. Built in in south Vancouver, Motel is a distinctive, bungalow-style structure that was built, like other motels across North America, along a major corridor. Today, tourism plays a central role in Canada’s economy. The majority of all global travel entails some element of the cultural past, as hundreds of millions of people visit cultural attractions, heritage festivals, and historic places each year. The book delves into this vast form of tourism by providing a comprehensive examination of its issues, current debates, concepts and s:
Often, cultural heritage products developed for tourism promise to provide many socio-economic opportunities for the communities involved, however, tourism can also present a challenge as the self-management of Indigenous cultural product and cultural identity can be problematic. Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador - HFNL - CANADA ››› Heritage Saskatchewan Alliance Inc. - CANADA ››› Institut Tshakapesh - CANADA ››› L'Association canadienne d'ethnologie et de folklore - CANADA The Folklore Studies Association of Canada - CANADA ››› Les Forges de Montréal - CANADA. Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Arts, culture and heritage represent more than $53 billion in the Canadian economy and close to , jobs in sectors such as film and video, broadcasting, music, publishing, archives, performing arts, heritage institutions, festivals and celebrations. Cultural and heritage tourism has become a major source of revenue for many. communities and states across the globe. Not only does it create jobs, but it has.