About IT Partners
IT Partners is the largest and most experienced Tourism and Hotel specific IT Managed Services Provider in Western Canada and beyond.
Tourism and Hotel operations cost millions to run. You can’t be slowed down, or brought down, by IT problems or when your “IT Guy” becomes unreliable or leaves your organization.
Tourism and Hotel IT is no longer below-surface “plumbing”. Nowadays, there is a looming cyber security threat on your operations and reliable IT is how the guest experience is delivered and consumed – “Using IT” is how guests give you great feedback!
That is why leading Hotel operators choose IT PARTNERS to take care of ALL their IT services and needs.
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The British Columbia Hotel Association (BCHA) and Tourism Industry Association of BC (TIABC) are pleased to share the winners of the 2022 BC Tourism & Hospitality Awards. The winners were announced during the 2022 Awards Gala on March 10, presented by Indigenous Tourism BC.
Nine awards were given out that recognize and celebrate excellence within British Columbia's tourism & hospitality industry. We acknowledge and salute all finalists for their outstanding contribution, remarkable leadership, and for raising the bar for our industry.
Accessibility Award | Sponsored by Destination British Columbia
Congratulations to all winners and finalists and thank you for setting an exceptional example for our industry!
Together with the Canadian Travel and Tourism Roundtable ("The Roundtable"), medical and local business leaders have come together to call on the federal government to remove pre-departure testing entirely for fully vaccinated travellers on or before April 1st when the regulations will be updated. Continued testing targeted at solely the travel sector is both unnecessary and not rooted in science.
Last week the BC government unveiled its Stronger BC Economic Plan which was followed today's announcement of Budget 2022, which was presented by Premier John Horgan and Minister of Finance Selina Robinson.
The BC Hotel Association (BCHA) and the Tourism Industry Association of BC (TIABC) are delighted to announce the finalists of the 2022 BC Tourism and Hospitality Awards!
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Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, released additional guidance on how liquor-serving-only businesses can remain open by providing meals from external sources.
Liquor primary licensees that do not offer full meal service have been ordered closed since December 22, 2022. Since then, there has been considerable confusions from inspectors across BC on issues such as whether licensees could: 1) partner with a local pub, restaurant, or food truck to offer meals, or 2) remain open to serve liquor after closing kitchens for the evening, as is normal industry practice.
Today's order clarifies this process. Sector associations worked directly with the PHO to bring about these necessary changes to support members who have been ordered closed simply because they did not have kitchens.
To summarize the changes:
Click here to read the full text of the revised order. A guidance document will also be available soon to assist licensees in interpreting the order.
This afternoon, BC’s Lieutenant Governor, the Honourable Janet Austen, opened the 3rd Session of the 42nd Parliament of British Columbia with the Speech from the Throne.
New features to make it even easier to find government programs and services on the Canada Business App.
A new study from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute offers insight into just how widespread the Omicron variant of COVID-19 may be in Canada.
If you are planning to install a patio this summer, you need to take urgent action now. TESA applications from last year are expiring soon and do not provide approval for patios this coming summer.
On June 15, 2021, the LCRB extended the deadline for currently approved Temporary Expanded Service Areas (TESAs) to expire on June 1, 2022.