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Tourism association, northern bc tourism association (nbcta) works to develop, support, and sustain the tourism sector in northern bc and is one of six regional destination management organizations in the province. nbcta is a non-profit association led by a board of directors elected by industry, and works collaboratively with the provincial government and destination bc, a provincial crown corporation, to advance the tourism sector throughout the region., news & events.

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Job posting: marketing coordinator, northern bc tourism celebrates tourism week 2024, iconic destination signage project continues to advance, bc tourism climate resiliency initiative, northern bc winter 2023/24 campaigns, 2023/24 board of directors, corporate newsletters, 2023/24 call for nominations, bcrts statement on regional, indigenous peoples day 2023, lax süülda container market, if you are a tourism business or organization located in northern bc, register as a stakeholder for free so we can best represent your interests and include you in our development and marketing initiatives., empowering stakeholders with the resources and tools to be successful and navigate all aspects of marketing the tourism industry..

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Northern BC Tourism Summit Oct 22 to 24, 2024 Prince George, BC

Our summit will bring together industry experts, travel enthusiasts, and local businesses to discuss the latest trends, strategies, and opportunities in Northern BC's tourism sector. Expect engaging discussions, insightful keynote speakers, and interactive workshops that will equip you with valuable knowledge and insights. Connect with like-minded individuals, forge new partnerships, and gain inspiration to take the tourism sector to the next level in the region.

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Northern BC

Northern British Columbia is where you'll truly feel that you've crossed that ethereal border into some place different. Nowhere else are the rich cultures of Canada's indigenous people so keenly felt, from the Haida on Haida Gwaii to the Tsimshian on the mainland. Nowhere else does land so exude mystery, whether it's the storm-shrouded coast and islands or the silent majesty of glaciers carving passages through entire mountain ranges. And nowhere else is so alive with fabled fauna, from orcas to moose to grizzlies.

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Takakia Lake at sunset, Moresby Island, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada.

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve & Haida Heritage Site

Haida Gwaii

This huge Unesco World Heritage site encompasses Moresby and 137 smaller islands at its southern end. It combines a time-capsule look at abandoned Haida…

Haida Heritage Centre at Kay Llnagaay

Haida Heritage Centre at Kay Llnagaay

One of the top attractions in the north is this marvelous cultural center. With exhibits on history, wildlife and culture, it would be enough reason to…

Northern Lights Estate Winery

Northern Lights Estate Winery

On the northern banks of the Nechako River, this is BC's northernmost winery, specializing in wines made from fruit produced on-site, including blueberry,…

Mt Robson Provincial Park

Mt Robson Provincial Park

Northern BC's major mountain attraction abuts Jasper National Park, but on the BC side of the border. Uncrowded Mt Robson Provincial Park has steep…

North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site

North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site

Prince Rupert

Explore the history of fishing and canning along the Skeena River. This fascinating all-wood complex was used from 1889 to 1968; exhibits document the…

Ancient Forest / Chun T’oh Whudujut Park

Ancient Forest / Chun T’oh Whudujut Park

About 113km east of Prince George is the site of BC's newest park, established in 2016. The Ancient Forest features two trails – a 900m boardwalk (return)…

Museum of Northern BC

Museum of Northern BC

Residing in a building styled after an indigenous longhouse, this museum is a must-see. It shows how local civilizations enjoyed sustainable cultures that…

Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

A provincial park with a steamy ecosystem that allows a whopping 250 species of plants to thrive. After a long day in the car on Hwy 97, you'll thrive too…

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