Today, when we talk about Canada we usually forget the importance of the francophone market.
With a potential of more than 274 million tourists for the provinces and territories, Canada possesses a heritage, cultural and touristic potential to welcome francophone visitors.
Millions of those potential visitors are located in the USA or only few hours away in Europe like France, Belgium, Switzerland or eastern Europe.
But, how can we reach all this potential?
Profusion Tourism Canada (a RDÉE Canada brand) and its pancanadian network are THE specialists in developing touristic products and services for the Canadian and international francophone markets.
To reach this potential, you must be willing to:
- Diversify your market
- Increase your profits
- Stand out from the competition
- Reach the biggest international markets
In order to do this, and with the support of a stature national project within the framework of the 150th anniversary of Canada, Profusion Tourism Canada (a RDÉE Canada brand) are offering a project named “francophone heritage cultural and touristic corridor”.
This project is aimed at highlighting Canadian francophones (including Quebec and acadians) and the diverse characteristics and assets of their official languages and communities.
The corridor relies on modern dynamics and multimedia to capture the attention of visitors, with a website and an app offering an interactive map of the Francophone communities.
More than 350 heritage, cultural and touristic products of high level will be selected and gathered within those tools to offer a unique experience to visitors.
Don’t wait any longer, choose to rely on a team that specializes in francophone domestic and international touristm!
Profusion Tourisme Canada (a RDÉE Canada brand )
Annexe : citation Minister of Canadian Heritage and minister of Small Business and Tourism
“Our two official languages are at the heart of who we are, and we are proud to support the French language and culture in Canada. This project, adopted by all provinces and territories, will promote community development and make Canada’s Francophone communities better known across Canada and around the world. It will leave a major legacy of the 150th anniversary of Confederation for the country’s Francophones and Francophiles.”
—The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage
“Canada is an outstanding destination, and this project is an asset that enriches what Canada has to offer. By highlighting the French language, we hope to give visitors a rewarding experience and wonderful memories of an important aspect of our identity.”
—The Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism