ACTA’s New Tourist Board Committee Aims to Fill Gap Left by ANTOR’s Departure

World flags.ACTA has launched a new committee that serves as a forum for tourist boards and destination representatives in Canada to connect with their counterparts. ACTA says it hopes the committee will “fill a gap in Canada” left by the Association of National Tourist Office Representatives (ANTOR).

“The ACTA Committee of Tourist Offices and Destination Representatives will offer a forum for tourist offices and destinations representatives to meet and exchange ideas, connect with like-minded professionals, and develop relationships with all sectors of the travel industry. Members of the committee are expected to collaborate on a wide range of issues affecting travel and tourism,” ACTA said in a statement.

Tourist Boards and Destination representatives must be a member of ACTA to participate in the committee. The annual fee for this category of membership is CA$1,000. ACTA says all proceeds will be invested back into the membership.

Currently 18 destinations are part of this committee including: Cayman Islands; Consulate General of Cuba; Czech Tourism; Flanders, Belgium; Greater Palm Springs; Israel Ministry of Tourism; Inside Asia; Italian National Tourist Board; Jamaica Tourism Board; Martinique; Myrtle Beach; Nicaraguan Tourism Board; Portugal Tourist Board; Tourist Office of Spain; Visit Alentejo; VisitBritain; Visit Orlando; Visit Jordan; and VisitScotland.

Meetings are scheduled at the end of each quarter throughout 2021. The inaugural meeting is scheduled on 31MAR, 2021 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Anna Kroupina


Anna's day starts at 5:30 a.m. each morning to scour daily travel news headlines to find the most relevant stories for Canadian travel advisors. She contributes to writing the daily news and covers events. The Alberta Rockies, Hawaii and France's Provence region are among her favourite destinations. She's a proud cat mom and a terrible snowboarder.

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