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Cutting-edge tourism: Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia educates and preserves
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2 August 2012
On 2 August 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
Native tourism in British Columbia has been booming. In 2006, the tourist sector earned a total of $20 million; by 2011, total annual income had more than doubled, to $42 million, among 60 businesses. This is considerably greater than in other Canadian provinces. This success is due in large part to the Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (ATABC), a nonprofit, proactive organization founded in 1996. The goal of ATABC is straightforward: to promote Native culture and help Native tourism businesses get started and then succeed. ATABC showed its leadership role in March when it hosted the first national aboriginal tourism conference in Canada, with more than 180 participants. 'Aboriginal tourism helps create sustainable and meaningful employment for Native communities,' said Keith Henry, ATABC's chief executive officer, 'and provides the impetus for elders to pass down culture, history and tradition to youth.'
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