Regional Tourism Organizations

Tourism Winnipeg

Tourism Winnipeg leads the city of Winnipeg's destination sales and marketing efforts. Tourism Winnipeg is focused on business development that attracts meetings, conventions, sports and special events, travel trade and leisure visitors.

Sharon Kubrakovic   


Parkland Tourism Association

Kathy SwannParkland Tourism is a member-based group whose purpose is promoting and marketing tourism as a tool for economic development of the Parkland Region. 

Kathy Swann    


Tourism Westman

Michelle Frechette

Tourism Westman is a non-profit, membership driven organization that promotes tourism in Southwest Manitoba. Tourism Westman provides pro-active coordinated tourism development and promotion for the region.

Michelle Frechette

Central Plains Tourism Network


The Central Plains Pembina Valley Tourism Network promotes tourism development in this south central region that borders Lake Manitoba and in south central Manitoba bordered by the Red River to the east, the Manitoba Escarpment to the west, the United States border to the south and the City of Winnipeg and Highway #2 to the north. The Pembina Valley Tourism Association works closely with tourism businesses in the region to promote tourism growth.

Colleen Kyle 

Eastern Manitoba Tourism Association

Jenny Dupas

The Eastern Manitoba Tourism Association is the regional association established to help promote tourism opportunities in this area that includes the lands east of the Red River, Lake Winnipeg and the City of Winnipeg.

Jenny Dupas 


Interlake Tourism Association

Gail McdonaldThe Interlake Tourism Association is a non-profit membership driven organization dedicated to the marketing and promotion of the Interlake as the #1 year-round tourism destination in Manitoba.

Gail McDonald


Tourism North

Charlene KissickTourism North Manitoba provides marketing opportunities for northern region tourism operators and suppliers that target the domestic and international tourism markets through diverse marketing activities.

Charlene Kissick


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