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Ontario Tourism promotes idea to grow local economy

7 days ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

According to local tourism officials the Ontario Tourism Innovation Lab can grow the local economy and create fresh ideas.
The Lab was launched in Windsor-Essex Tuesday with a goal to find and support start-up tourism experiences, product ideas and partnerships.
Lynnette Bain, Vice President of Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island, says there's a programme that will match selected participants with mentors and provide a $3,000 grant to help take ideas to the next level.
“These are developing brainchildren of people who have passion projects in mind and short term we are going to bring some...
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