Indigenous Tourism Alberta presents 2nd Annual Indigenous Tourism Summit
Indigenous Tourism Alberta has postponed this event – please see here for more details
Indigenous Tourism Alberta is proud to present their second Annual Indigenous Tourism Summit hosted at The Grey Eagle Casino Resort & Casino on Tsuut’ina First Nation on Treaty 7 territory in Calgary, Alberta.
Dates: New Dates Coming Soon!
Join us for a two day gathering of sharing stories, knowledge, and insights into how to further develop Indigenous Tourism in Alberta with a dual focus on community and entrepreneurship.
In partnership with industry leaders, Indigenous Tourism Alberta has organized two full days of keynote speakers, panel discussions, and inspiring sessions to help you discover pathways to success in Indigenous tourism in Alberta, as a community or as an independent entrepreneur.
Special conference rates have been arranged for delegates at Hotel Blackfoot. Guests must contact the Reservation Department directly at 403-252-2253 or 1-800-661-1151 and quote the Booking ID #22563 or the event name: Indigenous Tourism Alberta Summit.
Group rate of $139.00. All reservations must be guaranteed to a credit card. All hotel stays include breakfast for 2 guests. Shuttle service will be provided to delegates between hotels.
Don’t miss the special Taste of The Nations* event to celebrate Indigenous Culinary experiences throughout the province.
Full conference registration from $129 per person. Full detailed conference agenda to come. Registration includes coffee breaks and lunch each day.
*Tickets to Taste of The Nations event are available for purchase as $40 add-on to conference registration.
- Early Bird Tickets: $149 (available until February 28th)
- Regular Ticket: $179
- Senior / Elder: $129
- Youth (Youth 13 – 17 years old): $129
We are currently accepting Vendor Applications for the ATIS – please fill out the application here.
Indigenous Filmmaker, Founder of REDx Talks
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Executive Chef – Grey Eagle Resort & Casino
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Owner – Eaglestar Enterprises and Event Emcee
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Tarra Wright Many Chief
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