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Festival And Events Tool Kit

Promoting your event can be a daunting task.  To help you, we have compiled a tool kit -- a contact list of media, organizations or websites which will list your event - free. 

This list is updated periodically.  If we have missed a good lead, we welcome your suggestions.

Download a PDF copy of the free print and online publicity tool kit here

Include your Canada 150 events on Passport 2017 website and mobile app, a go-to destination where most of the 150 events and intiatives can be posted.

Tourism Regional Economic Impact Model (TREIM)

The Ministry of Tourism has an online tool which helps event organizers measure the economic impact of their event and it's called TREIM.  This economic impact model is also helpful for event organizers who wish to develop a business case for funding applications.  TREIM includes conducting a survey during the event and identifies other information you need to gather to determine economic impact.  If you require assistance  or more information, please contact Alex Athanassakos or Kim Macgregor from the Tourism Research Unit, Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Sport  at 416-314-7317.

Provincial Funding for Festivals

The Tourism Event Marketing Program is merging with the Celebrate Ontario program to streamline the application process for festivals and events. New and existing events may now apply for marketing funding through the Celebrate Ontario program. The newly combined program will continue to strengthen Ontario's tourism offerings through closely aligned and focused programming and marketing support. If you require more information, please contact Bev Cameron  from the Minsitry of Tourism, Culture & Sport at Beverley.Cameron@Ontario.ca or 705-755-5883.