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Sentiment Analysis Summary [Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada]

Publisher: 
Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
Year of publication: 
2019

ITAC partnered with Destination Think! to conduct a tourism sentiment index specific to Indigenous tourism in Canada. The resulting conversation sentiment score is a measure of ITAC and its membership’s ability to generate positive word of mouth around the indigenous tourism offering in Canada.

2019 Market Snapshots [Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada, ITAC]

Publisher: 
Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
Year of publication: 
2019

Destination Canada and ITAC partnered on international market research looking at the activities of travellers as well as their interest in Indigenous tourism experiences in Canada. The research covered 10 countries in Asia Pacific, Europe, India and North America and also includes a domestic market snapshot.

Conference Board of Canada Research [Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada, ITAC]

Publisher: 
Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
Year of publication: 
2019

In 2018, the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) partnered with The Conference Board of Canada to conduct research into the current state of the Indigenous tourism industry in Canada. This new research follows up from ITAC’s previous nation-wide research project undertaken in 2015.

Industry Research [Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada, ITAC]

Publisher: 
Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
Year of publication: 
2019

Working with our partners, ITAC has conducted a number of industry research projects. This research is undertaken as part of ITAC’s commitment to understanding the current state of the Indigenous tourism industry within Canada. The findings of the research is used to shape our programs and guide our work into the future.

ACAT 2018 US Consumer Study – Summary Report [Atlantic Canada Agreement on Tourism, ACAT]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Canada Agreement on Tourism
Year of publication: 
2018

2018 US Consumer Survey - FINAL Summary Report

In 2018, ACAT will invest in a direct-to-consumer advertising campaign in the Mid-Atlantic
(New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania) and New England (Maine, Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, and Rhode Island) regions of the United States. This
campaign will position the four Atlantic Provinces as preferred leisure travel destinations
among identified Explorer Quotient segments.

About the ACAT [Atlantic Canada Agreement on Tourism, ACAT]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Canada Agreement on Tourism
Year of publication: 
2019

The Atlantic Canada Agreement on Tourism (ACAT) in support of the Atlantic Canada Tourism Partnership (ACTP) brings together the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), the provincial departments responsible for tourism in New Brunswick , Newfoundland and Labrador , Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and the four provincial tourism industry associations.

Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples [Linda Tuhiwai Smith]

Publisher: 
Zed Books Ltd.
Year of publication: 
1999

“This book acknowledges the significance of indigenous perspectives on research and attempts to account for how, and why, such perspectives may have developed.”

Risk-based De-identification [A Hundred Answers]

Publisher: 
A Hundred Answers
Year of publication: 
2015

“De-identification is particularly important in the health sector, where de-identifying data is often critical to enabling clinical research and analysis. In addition to masking production data for use in development and test systems, we have unique risk-based de-identification knowledge and services to help clients simplify complex testing and development systems while protecting privacy information. Specifically, we are knowledgeable and experienced in de-identifying health information to protect privacy while preserving data utility for clinical analysis.

Recommendations for the Renovation of Aboriginal Economic Development Programs [The National Aboriginal Economic Development Board, NAEDB]

Publisher: 
The National Aboriginal Economic Development Board
Year of publication: 
2011

“The recommendations provided in this paper were developed in part through the NAEDB’s participation in these stakeholder engagement sessions, as well as through a review of key research and discussions with subject matter experts.”

The Process of Mi'kmaq Community-Based Development: A Case Study of the Bear River Mi'kmaq Npisunewawtu'j (Medicine Trail) Project [Collections Canada]

Publisher: 
Collections Canada
Year of publication: 
2000

"This study focuses on the process of a Mi'kmaq community-based development project entitled the Beur River Mi'kmaq Npisiinewmvfi~ (Medicine Trail) Project. The project is community-based and is focused on the cultural revitalization of traditional Mi'kmaq plant knowledge through the medium of an interpretive hiking trail. The main objective of this research was to document the conception and development of the project as a case study that illustrates the process of culture based Mi'kmaq community development."

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