Fisher River Cree Nation Takes Home Indigenous Tourism Award
In a testament to our commitment to preserving and promoting our rich cultural heritage, Fisher River Cree Nation was recently honored with the prestigious Indigenous Tourism Award at the Interlake Tourism Awards ceremony. Held on October 28, the event recognized the outstanding contributions of individuals and organizations in the tourism industry within the Interlake region.
This significant achievement underscores Fisher River Cree Nation’s dedication to showcasing their unique Indigenous experiences and fostering sustainable tourism practices.
“On behalf of our community, I want to express my sincere gratitude to Interlake Tourism for recognizing our efforts and achievements in promoting Indigenous tourism.
This award is a testament to the unwavering dedication of our community members and our commitment to preserving our cultural heritage while driving economic growth through tourism. It is a reflection of the hard work, passion, and innovation that our team has put into showcasing the richness of our traditions, history, and natural landscapes.
I want to extend my deepest appreciation to all the individuals and organizations who have supported us on this journey. Your collaboration, guidance, and encouragement have been invaluable. Together, we are showcasing the beauty and diversity of Indigenous tourism, elevating our voices, and creating a brighter future for generations to come.” – Chief David Crate
Thank you to Interlake Tourism and congratulations to all the winners!