Thursday, November 26, 2015

CES Tourism Webinar Series

CES has just launched our new Tourism Webinar Series! We are offering free Webinars that are targeted towards developing ecotourism & cultural based tourism products and services in your community! 

Canadian Ecotourism Services (CES) is a tourism and community development firm with over 18 years of Indigenous tourism development. We specialize in planning, business development, coaching & training, cultural preservation projects, cultural village development, cultural digital apps and marketing and branding. 

Tired of the same old methods and consultants? -  Join us and discover why we are one of Canada’s premier firms working with Indigenous communities across Canada and around the world - our client list in PDF

Our first Webinar is on Tourism Product Development

What you will learn how to:

  • Enhance and develop Indigenous tourism in your community!
  • Design grassroots tourism experiences led by passionate cultural entrepreneurs.
  • Develop & package ‘market ready’ tourism products and services.
  • Market cultural products and services under one interactive platform.

December 9th at 12 noon EST (9am PST)

Where: At the comfort of your desk! – Details will be sent upon registration

No Registration fees

For more details contact us at 1-877-444-5550 or email

To Register click here!

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Sustainable Community-Based Projects - Cultural Camp

A Cultural Camp or Village is a sustainable community based project that strives to preserve and celebrate culture as well as act as hub for tourism economic activity and community development initiatives. 

There are various models and scales to pursue based on what a community's needs are. This video shows what the opportunities and benefits are for having a Cultural Village project and shows images of best practices from around the world.

For more information contact or visit

Monday, November 9, 2015

Success Story: David Kattegatsiak, CEDO for Chesterfield Inlet

There are many amazing tourism and cultural preservation projects being implemented across Canada in indigenous communities, but what takes a project to another level is having a passionate hard-working individual to see the project continue to grow. 

David Kattegatsiak is the Community Economic Development Officer for the Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet in Nunavut. David spearheaded the My Community App Project in the winter of 2014, the site can be found at This interactive website celebrates sharing stories of Inuit culture from the voices of elders and youth on their rich history, the land, and the people within their territory. The stories are a combination of videos, images and written text that have been collected throughout the years.

When the project was completed, it didn’t stop there. David continues to add new content and updates to the site on a regular basis. His passion to share his community’s stories and his drive to continue to bring this legacy project to life is inspiring. We thoroughly enjoyed working with David on this project and constantly look forward to seeing new stories being shared!

Projects such as the My Community App project help to instill community pride and celebrate the culture and stories of the community for generations to come! If you are interested in hearing more about this amazing project contact

Community Tourism Feasibility Study Program

ATT: Tourism Entrepreneurs, Community Leaders, EDO’s!

Community Tourism Feasibility 

Study Program

Want to explore tourism opportunities in your community?

Apply now to receive up to $5,000 in funding towards a 

Community Tourism Feasibility Study!

What will YOU get?

An assessment of the tourism opportunities in your community
Gain professional advice from CES’s Clinton Belcher - Tourism Expert
A Community Tourism Feasibility Study exploring a viable tourism project in your community
Research on funding opportunities to implement the project

Register by calling us Toll free at 1-877-444-5550 ref# CTFS

Or email

Time is limited, must register before November 20, 2015