ATAC’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held December 15, 2016 in Membertou, Nova Scotia following the 2016 IATC and celebrated our success and achievements from the past year. During the AGM 13 Board of Directors, one from each province and territory, and 3 Executive Committee members were instated.
ATAC Board of Directors
The 2016/17 ATAC Board Members represent each of the 13 provinces and territories of Canada leading the way in economic and tourism development across Canada, with new members joining from British Columbia, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nunavut, and the Northwest Territories.
The Board will take on the responsibility of providing oversight and recommendations on implementation of the ATAC five-year strategy, as well as regularly reviewing and discussing as a Board updates on ATAC strategic implementation progress.
The 2016/17 Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada Board of Directors:
The position of treasurer will be confirmed in January.
British Columbia – Mike Willie (new)
Sea Wolf Adventures
Alberta – Lori Beaver
Saskatchewan – Dana Soonias
Wanuskewin Heritage Park
Manitoba – Jeff Provost, Secretary
Eastside Aboriginal Sustainable Tourism
Ontario – Kevin Eshkawkogan
Great Spirit Circle Trail
Quebec – Dave Laveau, Vice Chair
New Brunswick – Patricia Dunnett
Metepenagiag Heritage Park
Nova Scotia – Robert Bernard, Chair
Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre
Prince Edward Island – Charlie Sark
Indian Art & Crafts of North America
Newfoundland & Labrador – Jillian Larkham (new)
Director of Tourism, Nunatsiavut Government
Yukon – Charlene Alexander
Yukon First Nations Culture & Tourism
Northwest Territories – Kylik Taylor (new)
Tundra North Tours
Nunavut – Gene O’Donnell (new)
Arctic Bay Adventures