November 22, 2019
The annual funding deadline for two exciting tourism programs is quickly approaching.
Applicants have until December 9, 2019 to apply for the Community Tourism Infrastructure Contribution (CTIC) and the Tourism Product Diversification and Marketing Program (TPDMP).
CTIC provides funding to community governments and non-government organizations to support new and innovative tourism infrastructure projects in and around their communities. Apply for the Community Tourism Infrastructure Contribution.
TPDMP can help re-invent, improve or expand NWT tourism products and operations to meet future marketing demands by providing funding for business planning, product development and packaging as well as marketing. Apply for the Tourism Product Diversification and Marketing Program.
Not sure if your project is a fit for the programs? We’ve rounded up a couple of recent success stories to show you how the programs have been used in the past!
CTIC Success Stories:
- Two new campgrounds for Tulit’a: The creation of two new campgrounds by the community of Tulit’a serve a vital demand for guided and self-guided tourists boating or paddling the Mackenzie River. Read more.
- Hay River’s Year-Round Fisherman’s wharf pavilion: Building on the seasonal success of the existing seasonal fisherman’s wharf, the construction of a year-round will extend the market season by four months. Read more.
TPDMP Success Stories:
- Ten Stone Luxury Mountain Lodge: a self-sustaining and fully equipped three-bedroom eco-lodge cabin located in the remote wilderness of the Mackenzie Mountains. Read more.
- Namushka Lodge Rebuild: Following a devastating 2016 Reid Lake forest fire, the owners of Namushka Lodge have rebuilt their premier fishing lodge to become a leading Aurora viewing and winter adventure chalet. Read more.