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Two events in October are linked to the building Canada’s future global position as a leading sustainable “Eco Destination”.One is the publication of the second issue of EcoTourism Canada Magazine, published by Vern Telford, Professor Emeritus at Georgian College in Barrie; and secondly, The Ecotourism & Sustainable Tourism Conference in Vancouver October 27-29.
EcoTourism Magazine Canada features Canadian Ecology Centre, the Bear Whisperer, a new Eco Lodge on James Bay, a new environmental language “Eco-Eigo”,and Whistler—a destination determined to be a world leader in sustainability.A major feature of the Second Edition is the printing using Warren’s Waterless Printing.
Featured in the new issue are details on the Ecotourism & Sustainable Tourism Conference in Vancouver October 27-29 hosted by The British Columbia Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts, and The International Ecotourism Society located in WashingtonD.C.EcoTourism CanadaMagazine is an official sponsor of the 2008 conference.
North Simcoe Harvest Tour in Simcoe County 19th Year
Harvest Tour 2008
The popular Harvest Tour, now in its nineteenth year, is a great way to sample the hospitality, craftsmanship and artistry of the northern Simcoe County area.
On the weekend of October 25, 26 2008 starting in the village of Wyebridge drive north to Midland. The Harvest Tour includes sixteen specialty retail outlets offering unique demonstrations by artists and artisans. Visitors will sample gourmet treats and browse through fine collections of distinctive gifts, designer fashions, home decor, pine, oak and twig furniture, delectable chocolates--and so much more. More information on Downtown Midland