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Scam Targeting Travelers, Tourism PEI has become aware of companies using tourism operators names and information to offer fraudulent bookings. Tourism operators are advised to watch for any "Phishing" activity and to report these incidents., What is Phishing? , Phishing is a method of...
As a tourism accommodation operator, the, Tourism Industry Act, requires you to test your water every three months for the period you are open unless you are on a municipal water system., Who conducts the water tests?, Tests must be carried out by a laboratory accredited by the Standards Council of...
The licensing of all tourism establishments (accommodations), including fixed roof and campgrounds is the responsibility of Tourism PEI under the, Tourism Industry Act, . The legislation defines a tourism establishment as:, "an establishment that provides temporary accommodation for a guest...
Your non-profit association may be eligible for provincial funding to assist with costs to organize and promote a festival or event. The, Tourism PEI Festivals and Events, Fund helps offset marketing/promotion costs and other eligible expenses for special events and activities that attract visitors...
If your non-profit organization is hosting a meeting, convention or sporting event with off-Island participants, the, Tourism PEI Hosting Grant, may provide up to $5,000 ($10 per delegate) towards the cost of an opening/closing reception or banquet. The event must be scheduled during the shoulder...
You can apply for a Tourism establishment licence.
The Island Welcome Centre Program has been developed to assist non-profit community operated visitor information centres.
All signs within view of an Island Highway are controlled by the, Highway Signage Act, . Tourism business signs provide the travelling public with directional signage in a concise, visible manner.