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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Ontario Trails News - Conform to Accessible Tourism Take a Seminar from TIAO

Register Today! 

Learn how to make your tourism business more accessible
The Tourism Industry Association of Ontario is hosting four regional Accessible Tourism Workshops in partnership with RTOs 1, 6, 9, 11, 13, and the Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure. 

Join us for a half-day event of expert speakers and learn best practices from your peers. Have questions about the AODA? Not sure where to start with accessible tourism? Concerned about the cost of making your business accessible?
Leave with industry resources and practical knowledge of cost-effective solutions to overcome barriers for people with disabilities.

One in seven people in Ontario has a disability, and this number is expected to rise to one in five over the next 20 years. Don’t miss out on this rapidly growing tourism market!
Dates and Locations:
Wednesday, October 15th, Sudbury – Dynamic Earth (Discovery Room) 1:00pm – 4:30pm

Thursday, October 16th, Belleville – The Core Arts and Culture Centre (Prince Edward Room)1:00pm – 4:00pm

Friday, October 17th, London – Best Western Lamplighter Inn (Canterbury Room) 8:30am – 12:00pm

Wednesday, October 22nd, Markham – Markham Convergence Centre 8:30am – 12:00pm
Coffee and refreshments will be provided. Cost to attend is $20.

To register, please visit: Click on the date/location you would like to attend, and follow the prompts. 

About The Tourism Industry Association of Ontario:
The Tourism Industry Association of Ontario (TIAO) is recognized as the umbrella organization for leading associations, destination marketing organizations, regional tourism organizations, and businesses serving Ontario’s diverse tourism industry. TIAO provides a strong unified voice for the sector, advocating the importance of tourism and the interests of the business community to all levels of government in order to help the industry grow and prosper.
Questions and Comments? Please contact us at or call 416-483-1691.