Discover A Career That Offers More

Our industry is growing, and we need talented people like you to build upon your existing skills and expertise.

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

A future in tourism will open so many doors to new experiences, connections, and enrichment.

You deserve a job that motivates and inspires you. Somewhere you can build connections and feel supported as you grow. There’s an exciting career in tourism out there, waiting for someone like you to seize the opportunity. Are you ready to take the leap? 

You’ve already gained valuable skills from your past work experience that you can apply to your new career in tourism. As soon as you get to work, you’ll find your skills and expertise continue to grow as you encounter new challenges and learning experiences. If you want to reach new heights and go further in your professional career, tourism can take you there.

Find job security and stability, strengthened skills and abilities, meaningful connections, and a clear path forward.

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Smiling person crouching at the edge of a small body of water in rubber boots.

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Marty and Stefan: Geldert Guest House

They both had successful jobs in Toronto and had grown accustomed to city living—but Marty and Stefan wanted more out of life.

When they stumbled upon a listing for a historic mansion in the town of Windsor, Nova Scotia, they knew they had found their new home—and the perfect property to launch a tourism business. Now, Marty and Stefan are hosting visitors from as far as Australia in their beautiful bed and breakfast, and they’ve found a community of new friends that feel like family.

”It’s a great side hustle, because both of us actually have full-time careers.”

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