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Grow Tourism in Your Region

Regional Tourism Organizations

A regional approach to tourism enriches rural communities by pooling resources and expertise. It allows for cohesive strategies to develop a compelling tourism offer, sustainable growth and local economies. Regional collaboration maximizes potential, making rural areas more attractive and viable for residents and visitors.

Connect with tourism support organizations and browse resources to grow your region’s tourism offering.

Tourism Winnipeg

Tourism Winnipeg leads the capital city’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.

Crystal Seman, Business Development Manager

Tourisme Riel

Tourisme Riel drives economic development of Manitoba’s Riel district, Saint-Boniface, in the heart of Winnipeg. They are focused on building a dynamic, prosperous and open economic and tourism community based on innovation and creativity, driven by entrepreneurial values.

Barbara Hacio Kirby, Director

Tourism Westman

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

Michelle Frechette, Regional Tourism Coordinator

Central Manitoba Tourism

The Central Manitoba Tourism promotes tourism development in the south central region of the province. They work closely with tourism businesses in the region to promote tourism growth.

June Letkeman, General Manager

Eastman Tourism

The Eastern Manitoba Tourism Association helps promote tourism opportunities in this area that include the lands east of the Red River, Lake Winnipeg and the City of Winnipeg.

Noel Lindsay, Executive Director

Interlake Tourism

The Interlake Tourism Association is a non-profit membership driven organization dedicated to the marketing and promotion of the Interlake as a year-round tourism destination in Manitoba. Interlake refers to the region of communities located between Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba and north of Winnipeg.

Melissa Van Soelen, Tourism Manager

Manitoba North

Travel Manitoba’s northern Manitoba tourism consultant works with communities north of the 53rd parallel to promote regional tourism offerings.

Mike Goodyear, Northern Manitoba Tourism Consultant