Midnight Musings from our CEO
On behalf of the TOTA Board of Directors and our staff and management, we wish to thank the Minister of Citizen’s Services, the Honorable Jinny Sims who joined us in Kelowna last Friday at our TOTA office to formally announce our recent receipt of a Rural Dividend Grant.
These funds from this grant will be utilized to enhance our Route 97 Visitor Inspiration Centre, and together with our Indigenous Communities in the Thompson Okanagan to ensure the stories, history, and culture of our Interior Salish people are appropriately represented.
We appreciate this opportunity to welcome visitors to our region and provide them with a broader perspective on the Thompson Okanagan and the rich Indigenous history which has shaped our region.
Keep watching as the transformation begins and again our sincere thank you to the Minister for their ongoing support.
Glenn Mandziuk, TOTA President & CEO
A few highlights from this week’s News Centre…
Canada Day is not that far away!!
Make your plans now to make Canada Day 2019 special, check out the family-friendly line up of activities at Sun Peaks Resort…Read More
Gold Certification for Kelowna Visitor Centre
An active partner in our drive for sustainability the Kelowna Visitor Centre was awarded Gold Certification this past week on Earth Day!…Read More
History Reborn at Chute Lake Lodge
The time between then and now is being restored and protected as the Chute Lake Lodge on the Kettle Valley Rail Trail is having a rebirth…Read More