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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.

The Camp at Royal Manas National Park, Bhutan

Rod Taylor and Jim DeHart have just returned from 12 days in Bhutan working on the proposed resort facility for Royal [...]

Step Forward for Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan

The proposed Camp at Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan is taking another step forward. John Caton and Jim DeHart, who [...]

Nuxalk Nation Aboriginal Tourism Development Strategy

Jim DeHart recently completed work on behalf of Legacy Tourism Group with Cadence Strategies, Aboriginal Tourism BC and the Nuxalk Development [...]

Writing on Stone Provincial Park, Alberta

Jim DeHart, on behalf of Legacy Tourism Group worked with Stantec on the development of best management practices for the delivery [...]

The Lodge at Stoney Mountain Proposal

The Expression of Interest for the Lodge at Stoney Mountain, accepted by the Yukon Government on January 22, 2014, has not [...]

Pre-Holiday Gathering at Oak Bay Beach Hotel

Within the backdrop of the beautiful Oak Bay Beach Hotel in Victoria, BC, the team of Legacy Tourism Group, including shareholders, [...]