British Columbia Tourism Resiliency Network

The BC Tourism Resiliency Network is a long-term resiliency program providing BC tourism businesses with meaningful, one-on-one support to navigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, adapt and work towards eventual recovery.

Working together across the province, the BC Regional Tourism Secretariat is leading the BC Tourism Resiliency Network. Each program will be delivered in their respective regions by Tourism Vancouver Island, Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, Kootenay Rockies Tourism Association, Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association and Northern BC Tourism Association. Vancouver, Coast & Mountains is managed by Destination BC.

The Province of British Columbia is committed to supporting the survival of BC’s tourism businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The BC Tourism Resiliency Network is funded in part by Western Economic Diversification and Island Coastal Economic Trust and is supported in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture, and Sport.

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Meet with a Program Advisor

Schedule calls with our Program Advisors, who can assist you in navigating available programs and resources. Program Advisors can also schedule appointments for you to meet with experts in human resources, finance, and business transition. Our team will also support you in navigating the relief and recovery measures, as well as complete applications as they become available.

Digital support experts are now available in each region to assist businesses in posting content to their website such as COVID Safety Plans, starting a social media account, or claiming and optimizing a Google listing. Learn more about signing up by navigating to your region here


Free Online Learning From Experts

A series of webinars and bulletins provides you with the answers you need to address some of the most common questions right now, such as impacts on the region, managing your business through the crisis, best practices, reputation management, human resource strategies, and recovery strategies.