Plans & Policies
Travel Manitoba Accessibility Plan
Travel Manitoba continually looks to identify, remove and prevent barriers to people with disabilities. THe corporation has taken various steps to foster an accessible organiszation and workplace. To learn more about the objectives, and how the policy is being implemented read the complete plan here.
Travel Manitoba Diversity, Inclusiveness and Anti-Racism Plan
Travel Manitoba is committed to making a more respctful and equitable workplace, free from descrimination.
Our plan includes a number of initiatives to promote anti-racism and anti-oppression:
- Undertaking a comprehensive program of anti-racism training and follow-up for all staff and management;
- Ensuring that our recruitment policies and practices support a diverse workforce, particularly for Black, Indigenous and people of colour.
- Adopt recruitment practices that will address any shortcomings in the current scope of racial diversity and inclusiveness of Travel Manitoba’s workforce.
- Hosting an industry conference that will address the need for greater education and awareness in the tourism sector of anti-racism and anti oppression.
In future stages, Travel Manitoba will review the policies and practices that will support us doing business as a better, more inclusive organization. These may include ensuring a level of diversity in our content creation, and removing any systemic barriers in our procurement practices.
To learn more, read the completeTravel Manitoba Diversity, Inclusivenss and Anti-Racism Plan.
Brochure Distribution Policy
Travel Manitoba operates four Visitor Information Centres within Manitoba. The Visitor Information Centres serve as a contact point for travelers entering Manitoba. Each centre distributes Travel Manitoba’s official literature as well as Manitoba tourism industry brochures. As part of Travel Manitoba’s mandate to provide appropriate visitor and information services, all brochures (hereinafter refers to printed promotional brochures and other literature, including rack cards, maps, booklets, etc.) intended for distribution must be approved by Travel Manitoba before they are accepted at any of the centres.
Preference is given to Travel Manitoba’s signature literature and display of widespread provincial material, regional guides, and local destination guides.
The distribution of any literature by Travel Manitoba does not imply endorsement by Travel Manitoba.
Travel Manitoba retains the sole authority for selecting literature for public display and distribution at all travel centres. Travel Manitoba retains the right to decide at which four locations the literature will be distributed.
Brochure distribution requests will be answered within fourteen days.
Download the complete Brochure Distribution Policy guidelines (pdf)