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  • LTG wins SORP 2019 Project Excellence Award

    LTG wins SORP 2019 Project Excellence Award

    Along with project partner Justin Ellis of McElhenney, LTG is thrilled to announce their receipt of the Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals (SORP) 2019 Project Excellence Award for their work, Comfort Camping: Foundations for Revitalizing Alberta's Camping Experience. The project's suggested "integrated and market-centric foundation from which [...]

  • IMPACT Sustainability Travel & Tourism 2019

    IMPACT Sustainability Travel & Tourism 2019

    Legacy is excited to be attending IMPACT 2019 in Victoria, BC from January 21 - 23, 2019.

  • International Indigenous Tourism Conference 2018

    International Indigenous Tourism Conference 2018

    Jim DeHart and Rod Taylor will be attending the International Indigenous Tourism Conference in Saskatoon, SK on October 30 - 31, 2018.

Power of Aboriginal Tourism

The Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) launched the “Power of Aboriginal Tourism” campaign during the Aboriginal showcase yesterday held during [...]

The King’s Challenge

Team members from Legacy Tourism Group and The Kings Challenge group have been discussing a working relationship in the development of [...]

Clayoquot Sound, BC

Tourism Development project for the Ahousaht First Nation Ha’wiih, Maaqutusiis Hahoulthee Stewardship Society. A detailed market feasibility study and business plan [...]

Carcross, Yukon

Working with the Carcross-Tagish Management Corporation, we are investigating a road accessible all season resort that could be successfully executed on [...]

Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, Connecticut

The Legacy Tourism Group team is working with the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation & their wholly owned Foxwoods Resort Casino in [...]

AtBC AGM at Quaaout Lodge, Chase, BC

Jim DeHart attended the Aboriginal Tourism British Columbia AGM and stakeholder workshops in Chase on Nov. 24 an 25 representing LTG. [...]