Northern Ontario Tourism Summit returns to Thunder Bay


After a successful three year tour around the North, Tourism Northern Ontario (TNO) is pleased to invite operators, tourism organizations and professionals, municipalities and all levels of government to the fourth annual Northern Ontario Tourism Summit as it returns to Thunder Bay, ON, November 15 – 17, 2017.

This week, the industry will come together to celebrate the end of a busy and successful season, share best practices and learn from each other and industry experts over the course of the conference.

The summit is held in partnership with Nature and Outdoor Tourism Ontario (NOTO).

The Northern Ontario Tourism Summit brings the industry together to build the region as a tourism destination with high quality products and experiences while ensuring the sector provides local and regional economic prosperity.

Registrants will have access to three days of workshops, events, and networking, as well as hear from an amazing line up of guemit’s st speakers including one of Canada’s leading marketing experts, Tony Chapman, and International Management Consultant & Business Speaker, Donald Cooper.

Other highlights include the summit opening reception held at Sleeping Giant Brewery, the TNO Gala Awards Dinner at Fort Williams Historical Park, NOTO’s annual “fun”raiser and more.

Registration is still open! Delegates can purchase a ticket for the entire summit, or individual tickets for just the TNO Gala Awards Dinner or NOTO’s “fun”raiser.

Additionally, this year we have incorporated a special student rate for $99.

Click here to register for this year’s Northern Ontario Tourism Summit.

About Tourism Northern Ontario

Tourism Northern Ontario is one of 13 not-for-profit regional tourism organizations funded by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.

We are the largest tourism region in geography, the second largest in expenditure and the only region that includes sub-regions. Tourism Northern Ontario coordinates, aligns and invests in sub-regional programs and leads in identified pan-northern management functions; co-ordination of marketing, product development, workforce and industry training, and investment attraction with the ultimate goal to significantly increase tourism revenues in Northern Ontario.

Increased visitation and yield are achieved by delivering programs designed to enhance existing tourism products and developing new tourism opportunities for the North.

For more information on Tourism Northern Ontario, please visit: