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Industry Associations

Connect with industry associations.

Indigenous Tourism Manitoba

Indigenous Tourism Manitoba (ITM) provides leadership and support to strengthen the Indigenous tourism economy in Manitoba. Aligning with the mandates of Travel Manitoba and Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC), ITM is focused on leadership and collaboration, experience development, and marketing and organizational development.

Bed And Breakfast of Manitoba

Bed & Breakfast of Manitoba is the first B&B marketing co-operative in Canada. Representing B&B owners from all regions of Manitoba, the association offers many benefits to both members and guests, including partnered advertising opportunities and a customer assurance policy.

Manitoba Hotel Association

The Manitoba Hotel Association is a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is to serve the needs and promote the common interests of the hotel and accommodation industry in Manitoba.

Manitoba Lodges and Outfitters Association

The Manitoba Lodges and Outfitters Association (MLOA) strives to encourage and promote high standards of service and ethics within its membership and industry. The Association establishes partnerships and communications with various industry organizations, ministers, officials and government departments and actively seeks resolutions and amendments to policies, laws and regulations that affect the resource-based tourism industry in Manitoba.

Manitoba Restaurant and Foodservices Association

The Manitoba Restaurant & Foodservices Association is a non-profit organization. The Association exists to support Manitoba's restaurant foodservice operators in the running of their businesses.

Manitoba Chambers of Commerce

The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce is the umbrella organization for Manitoba’s chamber movement. The MCC is Manitoba’s largest business lobby, representing almost 10,000 businesses and community leaders.

Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce

The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce is the largest organization representing the voice of business in Winnipeg. The WCC has a membership of more than 2,000 companies, representing close to 90,000 employees.

Manitoba LGBT* Chamber of Commerce

The Manitoba LGBT* Chamber of Commerce was created to cultivate, contribute to and promote a thriving community of LGBT* owned and allied businesses, professionals and students in Manitoba.

Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce

The Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce is open to both the Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Business Community and was developed to create the partnerships essential to the growth and development of both Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal businesses in Manitoba.