Prepare bright minds for brighter futures.  

Explore opportunities with our interactive career map.

From coast to coast, exciting career destinations and tourism opportunities await. Find them with our Tourism Across Canada Map. 

You have the power to influence the direction of your students’ careers in remarkable ways. Inspire them to explore a future in Canadian tourism.

As an educator, you’ve seen firsthand how much your students can achieve when they’re interested, engaged, and motivated to succeed. You can help set them on the right path as they pursue post-secondary studies and embark on the first steps of their professional journey. 

The beauty of Canadian tourism is that there are so many different areas to explore and a huge demand for people with diverse backgrounds and skills. Tourism is guaranteed to offer continued skill building, community engagement, and immersive experiences—what better place to launch a fulfilling career? 

Empower your students by showing them what they can achieve in this fast-growing industry that’s rich in opportunities. Share case studies and stories from real tourism professionals in Canada, and explore our tools, quizzes, and resources to help students find the right career fit.

With your help, the next generation of tourism workers could reach incredible new heights.

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Tour group enjoying a horseback riding tour on the Canadian Prairies.

Photo credit: Robert Poulton


Wyatt Daley: Wapusk Adventures

A career in tourism can be an opportunity to share your culture with the world.

Wyatt’s bold and energetic nature led him to pursuing an exciting job as a ski guide in Jasper, Alberta. However, when he returned home to help run his family’s business in Churchill, Manitoba, he realized his greatest adventure was about to begin right at home. Leading dog sled tours at Wapusk Adventures wasn’t just about the entertainment—it’s a way of honouring his home and culture by welcoming others to experience it.

”We’re really based around Indigenous tourism. That’s a big part of our story and who we are.”

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