ATAC offers our manuals, policies and other documents to other Aboriginal organizations as templates for their use in growing Aboriginal tourism or other Aboriginal businesses. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access.
ATAC plans to overcome barriers and maximize opportunities for differentiation, growth, and financial reward, increasing the annual Canadian GDP from Aboriginal tourism by $300 million over the next five years. When ATAC reaches this goal by 2021, the Aboriginal tourism industry in Canada will employ a total of 40,233 Aboriginal tourism workers and have 50 new Aboriginal tourism operators at export-ready status.
- 2017-18 Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada Action Plan (PDF 614KB)
- 2017 ATAC Board Manual (PDF 883Kb)
- 2017 ATAC Financial Management & Accounting Policy Manual (PDF 715Kb)
- 2017 ATAC Human Resources Manual (PDF 1.6Mb)
- 2017 ATAC Procurement Authority Policy Manual (PDF 660Kb)
- 2016-17 Year-End Report (PDF 4Mb)
- 2016 ATAC Bylaws (PDF 809Kb)
- 2016 Demographic Profile of Aboriginal Tourism Sector Employees (PDF 365Kb)
- 2015-16 Year-End Report (PDF 1.6Mb)
- 2015 National Aboriginal Tourism Research Report (PDF 7Mb)
- 2014-2015 Activity Report (PDF 19Mb)
- Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
Between Regional Aboriginal Tourism Associations, Aboriginal Destination Marketing Organizations, Aboriginal Tourism Councils and Regional Representatives (PDF 82Kb)