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Federal Minister of Tourism Highlights Toronto’s Role in Business Recovery During The Visit

“Federal Minister of Tourism Highlights Toronto’s Role in Business Recovery and Emphasizes the Need for a Sustainable Workforce in the Tourism Sector, Advocating for Long-term Career Paths for the Younger Generation”

Federal Minister of Tourism Highlights Toronto’s Role in Business Recovery Federal Minister of Tourism Highlights Toronto’s Role in Business Recovery Federal Minister of Tourism Highlights Toronto’s Role in Business Recovery Federal Minister of Tourism Highlights Toronto’s Role in Business Recovery Federal Minister of Tourism Highlights Toronto’s Role in Business Recovery

Canada’s Tourism Minister, Soraya Martinez Ferrada, is actively addressing the challenges faced by the tourism and hospitality sectors across the country. In her efforts to revitalize these industries, Martinez Ferrada has crisscrossed the nation, visiting regions from the Far North to the West Coast and Atlantic Canada.

Her recent focus was on Toronto, where she spent two days engaging with various representatives from the city’s tourism industry, including discussions with Ontario Tourism Minister Neil Lumsden. Acknowledging Toronto’s ongoing recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Martinez Ferrada highlighted the importance of ensuring a skilled workforce for the sector.

Her emphasis on viewing the tourism industry as a viable long-term career path, rather than just a seasonal job, is crucial. The sustained success of the sector relies on attracting and retaining talent, especially from the younger generation. Moreover, her recognition of the broader needs of a thriving tourism industry, such as affordable housing, well-maintained infrastructure, and efficient transit, reflects a holistic approach to supporting its recovery and growth.

It’s encouraging to see the federal minister actively addressing the multifaceted challenges faced by the tourism sector and advocating for comprehensive solutions that benefit both the industry and the communities it serves. This approach aligns with the broader goal of fostering sustainable and resilient tourism across the country.

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