Tucked away on Amherst Island in Lake Ontario, about 10 kilometers west of Kingston, Ontario sits Topsy Farms, known around the world for their sheep products: 100% pure wool blankets, sheepskins, and ethically and humanely raised lamb. First begun as... Read More >
At Green Tourism Canada, we love showing people that sustainability doesn’t have to trade off with comfort or service, so we’re pumped to tell the world about Tour Salt Spring and how they are on the cutting edge of sustainable... Read More >
Endless Adventure is a well established tourism company that is mindful of their beautiful place of business in the Slocan Valley, nestled in the beautiful Kootenay region of British Columbia. Their tours come with guides that love the river and... Read More >
Orca Spirit Adventures embodies the spirit of Green Tourism – taking nothing but photographs and leaving nothing but waves. Since starting up almost 20 years ago as the first covered-vessel whale watching company in Victoria, Orca Spirit Adventures have been... Read More >
Have you heard the buzz? Planet Bee Honey Farm & Honeymoon Meadery have achieved a Silver grading from Green Tourism Canada once again, and are very close to reaching Gold!
Having worked with bees since the 1960s, owner Ed Nowek... Read More >
These Green Tourism Canada Gold accommodations are leading the way to help you enjoy a greener travel experience. Now is the perfect time to book your stay with an incredible, forward-thinking Canadian green hotel, inn, campground, B&B, lodge, resort, spa,... Read More >
Tucked away amongst BC’s coastal community, Paddler’s Inn sits right in the middle of the Broughton Archipelago, on the coast of beautiful Gilford Island. Being located so remotely has its challenges (water taxis everywhere!) but they haven’t let that stop them... Read More >
One of the biggest challenges with recycling in your tourism business can be your guests! With visitors from all over the province, country, continent or globe, recycling habits and understanding can vary significantly. The best way to make it easy... Read More >
Released today , the 2016 WWF Living Planet Report, written in conjunction with the Zoological Society of London, says wildlife populations are set to continue their dramatic decline, ending with only 1/3 f of the species populations of 1970. Yikes! This study... Read More >
As more consumers become environmentally conscious, many businesses are discovering the benefits of going green. The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association is working hard to help businesses in the region improve their environmental impact to attract these consumers by showcasing tourism companies... Read More >
As more consumers become environmentally conscious, many businesses are discovering the benefits of going green. The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association is working hard to help businesses in the region improve their environmental impact to attract these consumers.
But long before this was... Read More >
It’s not very often that I come across a new technology that is literally the best solution I have seen to many current agricultural issues. Green Tourism member 40 Knots Vineyard and Estate Winery, located on Vancouver Island in the... Read More >
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