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Mid-February 2016 EBlast

Experience Development Course – Still Time to Register

Back by popular demand, RTO7 is pleased to invite you to the second annual Experience Development Course with Celes Davar of Earth Rhythms.  Space is limited so reserve your place now!  Deadline to register is Friday, February 19th.
“The workshop was not only inspiring, but I walked away with tools that I’m using for experience development that will allow us to get to the next level of experience delivery.  It was the best 3 days I have spent at a workshop in years”. (Patti Kendall, Director, Marketing & Events at Blue Mountain Village)
Who Should Attend:
  • Tourism operators
  • Festival and Event organizers
  • DMOs, Economic Development Officers, Sector Associations
When:            March 21 to 23, 2016
Where:           Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Midland
Cost:              $599*

(Course fee includes HST, course materials, accommodation, meals and nutrition breaks) 

*Course only fee available for local attendees
For detailed course information and how to register, visit the Events Calendar.
To view and print the invitation, click here.
RFQ Posted for French Translation Services

RTO7 is now accepting Requests for Quotations (RFQ) from qualified suppliers to provide written French translation services.  For more information, deadline to submit and to download the RFQ document, visit our RFPs & RFQs page.
Add Your 2016 Events Now!!

Thanks to those event organizers who have already added their 2016 events to the BruceGreySimcoe Festivals & Events site!  With over 134,000 page views of the Festival and Events page, you don’t want to miss out promoting your events.  If you haven’t yet added yours, do it now by visiting the “Submit Your Event” page – no log in or registration required.  Once posted to the site, your events will also appear with your operator listing on  Check out these examples below:
If you have any difficulty adding your event, email Ginny Henry at  And, if you’re not registered as an operator on, visit the Operator Registration page to get started.
Canada Summer Jobs Funding Applications Now Accepted

Planning to hire students this summer?  Canada Summer Jos provides funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students aged 15 to 30 years, who are full time students and returning to school in the fall. Who can apply?  Not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers and small businesses with 50 or less employees.  Applications are being accepted until March 11, 2016.  For eligibility requirements and how to apply, visit the Service Canada website.