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London-Wul is a fibre farm in New Brunswick Canada where animals are neither destroyed nor sold without exception. Also a national award winning shop and studio, London-Wul is home to textile artist Heidi Wulfraat.


Tuesday, October 24, 2006

IN THE NEWS

www.tiac-aitc.ca
Tourism Industry Association of Canada

PRESS RELEASE

National awards recognize tourism excellence
Fourteen organizations and individuals from across Canada—recipients of the 2006 TIAC National Awards for Tourism Excellence presented by The Globe and Mail—have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to the Canadian tourism industry:

AIR CANADA BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD – SINGLE-UNIT
Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre (Interlake, Manitoba)
APR MEDIA LTD. BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD – MULTIPLE-UNIT
Niagara Parks Commission (Niagara Falls, Ontario)
THE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BANK OF CANADA NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD
London-Wul Fibre Arts (Lakeburn, N.B.)
AIR MILES® REWARD PROGRAM INNOVATOR OF THE YEAR AWARD
Ottawa Tourism (Ottawa, Ontario)
STARWOOD HOTELS AND RESORTS WORLDWIDE INC. CORPORATE PARTNER OF THE YEAR
AWARD
Canada AM
THE GLOBE AND MAIL TRAVEL MEDIA AWARD
Travelscope (California, USA)
VIA RAIL CANADA VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Mary Majka (Mary’s Point, N.B.)
FAIRMONT HOTELS & RESORTS MARKETING CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR AWARD
Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, Ontario)
METRO TORONTO CONVENTION CENTRE EVENT OF THE YEAR AWARD
Rock the Fort 2005 (Fort William Historical Park, Ontario)
CTHRC AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT – SINGLE-UNIT BUSINESS
The Great George (Charlottetown, P.E.I.)
CTHRC AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT – MULTIPLE-UNIT BUSINESS
Delta Barrington and Delta Halifax (Halifax, N.S.)
DELTA HOTELS LIMITED EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR AWARD
Andreas Haun, Kingsbrae Garden (St. Andrews, N.B.)

PARKS CANADA SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AWARD
Bay of FundyTourism Partnership (New Brunswick and Nova Scotia)

CANADIAN TRAVEL PRESS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Hans Gmoser

The awards were presented yesterday evening at a gala dinner during Canada’s Tourism Leadership Summit 2006 at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Jasper, Alberta.
The TIAC National Awards for Tourism Excellence presented by The Globe and Mail were developed in 2003 by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada, the national private-sector advocate for Canada’s $62.7billion tourism industry.

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