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Preparing for CanadaGAP

Preparing for CanadaGAP: webinar series - Leduc County (leduc-county.com)

Are you a fresh fruit and vegetable business interested in, or already selling into, the retail, wholesale or food service markets? The Preparing for CanadaGAP webinar series will help you understand the process of applying for CanadaGAP and break down its requirements into clear steps.

Registration is open, with limited spots available. Register early to ensure your spot. (Note: a half-hour information session will be held on December 14th.)

Please contact Sharon Faye at 780-770-9271 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register for the workshop series. The registration deadline is January 5, 2022. Registration is $15 per business. Please note there is a significant time commitment required, which includes completing all of the sessions and participating in discussions.canadagap

Indigenous Tourism Alberta Cultural Awareness Training

Indigenous Tourism Alberta is hosting Cultural Awareness Trainings in the month of September and October


These trainings are full day, no cost trainings aimed to help those working in the tourism industry broaden their understanding of Indigenous peoples, land and Indigenous tourism. ITA's Cultural Awareness Training takes participants through aspects of history, cultural understanding, with a focus on Indigenous tourism and responsibility in the promotion and best practices of authentic Indigenous tourism experiences. Knowledge is catered to the specific area each training is located in.

An extensive research process was undertaken to support the development of this program—connecting with both Indigenous community and tourism operators and DMOs to identify needs, knowledge gaps, and priorities. The intention of this program is to:

Help non-Indigenous stakeholders and tourism operators understand the history and cultural diversity of Indigenous communities in Alberta;
Promote respect, responsibility, and reciprocity as a foundational approach to relationship building between Indigenous communities and businesses and non-Indigenous tourism partners for the benefit of both.

The Lethbridge Region Cultural Awareness training will be taking place at Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp on September 23, 2021, for the whole day from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, lunch and snacks will be provided. Please bring a camping chair or cushion with you and dress accordingly to weather conditions as this training will be taking place in tipis outside. 

Register today by clicking on the picture above! Or click here 

  • If you have any questions, please contact Mackenzie Brown, Development Manager, Indigenous Tourism Alberta: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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