Associate members

Local, regional and sectorial tourist organisations


ATR du Saguenay Lac St-Jean

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412, boul. Saguenay est, bureau 100
Chicoutimi (Québec) G7H 7Y8
Téléphone : 418 543-3536
Sans frais: 1 855-253-8387
Télécopieur: 418 543-1805
Site Internet: www.saguenaylacsaintjean.net
Courriel : directiongenerale@tourismesaglac.net

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COTA Association crie de Pourvoirie et de Tourisme

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Our mission is to develop and implement a collective vision to establish a sustainable tourism industry in Eeyou Istchee. An industry which is in harmony with culture and Cree values, which promotes partnership between the communities, institutions and Cree companies. We provide various services to promote and support Cree tourism products, thereby promoting those communities. We ensure the participation of the Cree nation in the development of tourism and of these Outfitters as well as liaison between Outfitters and Cree agencies of tourism, the tourism industry and the markets they serve.

203, Opémiska meskino
Oujé-Bougoumou (Québec) G0W 3C0

Téléphone : 418 745-2220
Site Internet: www.creetourism.ca
Courriel : admin@creetourism.ca
Contact : Robin McGinley


Destination Sherbrooke

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ABOUT DESTINATION SHERBOOKE

Destination Sherbrooke is the para-municipal organisation that contributes to the promotion of Sherbrooke through sustainably developing recreational and tourist attractions. A key actor in tourism development, manager of recreational and tourist sites and promotion agent for the city in different markets, the organisation stands out for its unique mission.

Firstly, to promote the importance of tourism a motor of economic development, Destination Sherbrooke serves markets that are regional, national and international in nature. The different groups of clients it serves includes citizens of Sherbrooke, who are proud ambassadors of their city, but also day travellers, tourists, clients attending conventions, trade fairs and shows, exhibitions, as well as those attending cultural and sporting events. As manager of the Sherbrooke Marché de la Gare, the Sherbrooke Exhibition Centre, the Maison de l’Eau, the Tourist Information Office and the Place Nikitotek, the organization manages the activities of the sites previously identified by the City of Sherbrooke. Finally, Destination Sherbrooke is the organisation behind the creation of the Réseau de Parcs Nature Récréotouristiques, which adds to and diversifies Sherbrooke’s offer.

Bureau d'information touristique
785, rue King Ouest
Sherbrooke (Québec) J1H 1R8

Téléphone : 819 821-1919
Sans frais : 1 800-561-8331
Courriel: info@destinationsherbrooke.com
Site Internet: www.destinationsherbrooke.com

 


Fédération des Pourvoiries du Québec

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Today, the QOF, a non-profit organization recognized by the government of Quebec, is a group of 375 outfitters that share a great love of the province’s wilderness areas, which they seek to promote as an easily accessible vacation destination

3137, rue Laberge
Québec (Québec) G1X 4B5

Téléphone : 418 877-5191 ou 1 800 567-9009
Télécopieur : 418 877-6638
Site Internet : www.pourvoiries.com
Courriel : fpq@fpq.com
Contact : Marc Plourde

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Tourisme Abitibi-Témiscamingue

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Association touristique régionale

155, Avenue Dallaire, bureau 100
Rouyn-Noranda (Québec) J9X 4T3

Téléphone : 1 819 762-8181
Sans frais: 1 800 808-0706
Télécopieur : 819 762-5212
Site Internet: www.tourisme-abitibi-temiscamingue.org
Courriel : info@atrat.org
Contact : France Lemire

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Tourisme Autochtone Québec

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Quebec Aboriginal Tourism is  the official representative of Quebec's aboriginal tourism industry; accommodation, dining, museum forest excursion in many others. We support the development of tourism businesses through the offering of services that are conducive to the ethnocultural, economic and sustainable development of the eleven Aboriginal Nations of Quebec. As the First Nations tourism community is distinguished from Canadian tourism products, we contribute to the reinforcement, preservation and promotion of the cultures and traditions that are specific to each of the First Nations and Inuit communities.

 

50, boulevard Bastien, bur. 120
Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 

Téléphone : 418 843-5030 ou 1 877 698-7827
Télécopieur : 418 843-7164
Site Internet: www.tourismeautochtone.com
Courriel : info@tourismeautochtone.com


Tourisme Baie-James

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Contact:
1252, Route 167 Sud, C.P. 134
Chibougamau (Québec) G8P 2K6
Téléphone : 418 748-8140 / 1 888 748-8140

Site Internet : www.tourismebaiejames.com
Courriel : info@tourismebaiejames.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tourismebaiejames/

 


Tourisme Charlevoix

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Dive head first into the scenery. Sample the perfume of large open spaces. Feel the goosebumps on your skin and embrace the emotion. Vibrate to the rhythms of this cosmic energy created by the fall of a meteorite more than 350 million years ago. This is Charlevoix. The joy of jumping with feet together in the vastness, light hearted and soul at peace.

495, boulevard de Comporté
La Malbaie (Québec) G5A 3G3

Téléphone : 418 665-4454
Télécopieur : 418-665-3811
Site Internet : www.tourisme-charlevoix.com
Courriel : info@tourisme-charlevoix.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tourismecharlevoix

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Tourisme Côte-Nord

 

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10, Roméo-Vézina
Baie-Comeau (Québec) G4Z 2W2

Téléphone : 418 294-2876 ou 1 888-463-5319
Télécopieur : 418 294-2345
Site Internet :https://tourismecote-nord.com
Courriel :info@cotenordqc.com
Contact : Mario Leblanc


Nunavik Tourism

Nunavik is the northernmost region of Québec. Stretching above the 55th parallel, this 507,000 km2 pristine territory bordered by Hudson Bay to the west, Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay to the north and Labrador to the east makes up one third of the province, equal to the size of France. Land of the Inuit, a friendly people of many legends, Nunavik is also the realm of the polar bear, of large caribou herds and of pre-historic muskoxen. Presenting a remarkable display of truly wild tundra, taiga forest, scenic mountains, majestic rivers and countless lakes, this unspoiled region is the ideal playground for nature lovers in search of a true adventure.

About Nunavik Tourism:

Not only is the Nunavik Tourism Association an initial resource for travellers to Nunavik, Quebec's Far North, it is also a forum where communities, outfitters and other tourism service providers can coordinate their shared interests, all for the purpose of bringing visitors an unforgettable travel experience.

C.P. 779
Kuujjuaq, Qc, J0M 1C0

Téléphone : 855-686-2845 / 819-964-2876
Télécopieur : 819 964-2002
Site Internet: www.nunavik-tourism.com
Courriel : info@nunavik-tourism.com

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