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  2. 2021 Indigenous Tourism BC “Spark” Mentorships & Grants Program

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  3. B.C. tourism business events, workforce support receive grants

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  4. Here's how funding is being used to revive BC's tourism sector

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  5. $4 million in tourism funding coming to BC operations

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  6. Government Grants for BC Tourism Businesses

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  1. Tourism Funding Programs

    Other sources of funding. Non-tourism specific sources of funding include the following: Economic development funding and grants search tool - Use this tool to search various funding sources for provincial and other (non-governmental, regional, federal) programs and initiatives.. B.C. Employer Training Grant (ETG) is for employers to train new or existing employees for jobs that need to be ...

  2. Destination Development Fund

    B.C. is building a resilient and globally competitive tourism sector that fosters vibrant communities across the province. The fund provides $30 million in one-time grants to support the development and rejuvenation of tourism infrastructure, assets and experiences.

  3. Funding Sources

    Funding Sources. There are a number of different funding sources available to support BC's tourism sector, through a variety of entities. Explore the funding sources listed below and use the Economic Development funding and grants search tool to find additional funding sources for provincial and other (non-governmental, regional, federal ...

  4. Fairs, Festivals and Events Fund

    The B.C. Fairs, Festivals and Events Fund provides one-time grants to event organizers to support the recovery of community events across B.C.

  5. Tourism grants fund almost 100 B.C. events

    The Province has provided funding to approximately 100 organizations through its Tourism Events Program (TEP) to build B.C.'s reputation as an events destination and increase visitation.

  6. Tourism Relief Fund (TRF) in British Columbia

    The Tourism Relief Fund (TRF), administered by Canada's regional development agencies and Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED), helps tourism businesses and organizations adapt their operations to meet public health requirements while investing in products and services to facilitate their future growth.

  7. External Funding Sources

    The Council approves almost 1,500 grants annually, to applicants from more than 200 communities throughout the province. Development Funds. ... Indigenous Tourism British Columbia. Indigenous Tourism BC offers funding and support for Indigenous individuals, businesses, and communities to develop tourism experiences and products. ...

  8. BC Government Program: BC Destination Development Fund

    The BC Destination Development Fund aims to invest in projects that: Foster distinct and globally competitive destinations. Strengthen a year-round visitor economy. Increase community vibrancy and resident support for tourism. Support sustainability, accessibility and inclusion. The fund will award grants across two streams.

  9. B.C. tourism business events, workforce support receive grants

    B.C. tourism business events, workforce support receive grants. Business events and workforce support initiatives, such as hiring and retaining employees, in the tourism sector will receive more than $9.3 million over the next two years as part of the Tourism Recovery Initiatives Action Plan. "Since Day 1, our government has been working ...

  10. Tourism grants fund almost 100 B.C. events

    Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport: Tourism grants fund almost 100 B.C. events: VICTORIA - The Province has provided funding to approximately 100 organizations through its Tourism Events Program (TEP) to build B.C.'s reputation as an events destination and increase visitation.

  11. $50M in grants coming to B.C.'s major tourist attractions and ...

    Anchor attractions in urban parts of B.C. can apply for a grant of up to $1 million while those in rural locations can receive up to $500,000.

  12. Support for B.C. tourism sector receives $105M funding boost

    The B.C. government is adding more money to the emergency grant program, available for tourism businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  13. Funding Sources

    Funding sources are available for Indigenous individuals, businesses, and communities to develop tourism experiences and products. Indigenous Tourism BC, Destination BC, Indigenous Tourism Association Canada, and others who support the cultural, social, and economic benefits of a thriving Indigenous tourism industry provide initiatives that ...

  14. Tourism Growth Program in British Columbia

    The Tourism Growth Program (TGP) aims to help small and medium-sized businesses, tourism organizations, and local communities to grow and develop tourism products and experiences that position Canada as a destination of choice.

  15. B.C. launches plan to revitalize tourism, creating ...

    B.C. has launched a new three-year roadmap for rebuilding and revitalizing tourism, creating jobs and opportunities for people and communities in every part of the province.

  16. Tourism Events Program (TEP)

    The Tourism Events Program is an application-based program that provides up to $250,000 (based on the size of the event) to promote the event and the community to potential visitors.

  17. BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative

    Destination BC, in close collaboration with tourism industry partners, will use this funding to operate the BCTCRI which is comprised of four key projects that invest in facilitated sustainability and adaptation planning for tourism businesses, micro-grants to support implementation, the formation of a data framework, and province-wide ...

  18. BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Program Micro-Grant Application

    Project Summary: Please describe your project in one short phrase. What type of project is this? Project Overview: Please provide a description of your project and the work you will do. Project Alignment: Please describe how this project aligns with the Micro-grant Guidelines and/or the BCTCRI goals around sustainability or climate adaptation.

  19. Destination BC Funding

    Destination BC Funding. Destination BC (DBC) is a proud supporter of programs and initiatives that contribute to regional development and global awareness of Indigenous tourism in British Columbia. DBC works cooperatively with local, provincial, and federal partners to support access to industry expertise and funding for the development and ...

  20. Other Funding Sources

    Other Funding Sources. From regional and community-based funding opportunities for art and economic diversification to provincial funding for small businesses and Indigenous entrepreneurs, this is a list of funding sources from organizations and industry partners that are ready to support the development and marketing of your Indigenous tourism ...

  21. PDF BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative Micro-Grants Program Guidelines

    BCTCRI Micro-Grants Program Guidelines - January 2024. 2 | P a g e. BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative . The BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative (BCTCRI) will invest $3 million from the BC Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport (TACS) over two years through Destination BC, working in close

  22. Stakeholder Funding Opportunities

    The funding is open to all Richmond-based tourism-primary businesses or associations, so if you have a marketing or experience development initiative planned for 2024 then you may be able to access support from the program. A single business marketing campaign could receive a maximum investment from the program of 45% of the total campaign cost ...

  23. Province taking action to help people stay safe, cool

    With warmer temperatures on the way and weather experts forecasting a hot summer, the Province and public-health officials are taking several steps to help people stay safe this summer and are asking people to plan ahead.

  24. PDF BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative Micro-Grants Program Guidelines

    BCTCRI Micro-Grants Program Guidelines - April 2024. 2 | P a g e. BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative . The BC Tourism Climate Resiliency Initiative (BCTCRI) will invest $3 million from the BC Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport (TACS) over two years through Destination BC, working in close