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LIVE WEBINAR: Saint Lucia Secrets: Strategies for Selling HER Best

June 15th, 2022

Saint Lucia as a destination checks all boxes and has so many hidden secrets. For this reason, travellers need an expert travel advisor to wade through the myriad of options available and avoid disappointment. This immersive webinar is geared at uncovering those secrets and how to zone-in on the options for specific audiences and niches. Get positioning tips and amazing nuggets to share and inspire your travel tribe. Hosted by Hortensia Joseph of Saint Lucia Tourism Authority, there will be current destination updates for the seasoned Saint Lucia Expert.

Register today!

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ACTA launches new courses on Diversity & Inclusion
ACTA is continuing its commitment to Diversity and Inclusion both within ACTA and in the travel industry through education. After an extensive search for the best partner, ACTA has entered into an agreement with The Canadian Diversity Initiative.

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ACTA Advocacy FundWe anticipate that a significant lobbying effort will need to continue for the coming months during and following the COVID-19 crisis to ensure Travel Agencies, their employees, and independent contractors are a priority. Your contribution is integral to securing the resources required to influence positive change in Regulatory reform for our industry at the Federal and Provincial levels.

Donate to the ACTA Advocacy Fund Today! 

ACTA calls on federal government to urgently address airport and passport delaysAs has been reported nationally, travellers are experiencing significant delays at airport security and customs & immigration check points-- and Canadians renewing passports in-person are experiencing day-long wait times, sometimes having to return day after day.

These delays are caused by several factors, including labour shortages and increased administrative burdens due to legacy COVID-19 policies, as well as absenteeism.
Canada’s travel industry, including travel agencies and independent travel agents, is just beginning the long road to recovery. It is essential that travellers have an efficient airport and passport process.

ACTA has received reports of travellers cancelling reservations or deferring travel because of these delays, creating a further obstacle to recovery.

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Video: ACTA speaks out on airport delays

VIDEO: The Worst is Over. Now What?


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Thank you to ACTA's Corporate Partners
for all of their support!

ACTA’s mission is to foster the success and prosperity of our travel agency members. Our most supportive partners, ACTA Corporate Partners, invest their time and resources in order to support ACTA’s vision of a healthy and vibrant retail travel industry where the Travel Agent is recognized as an expert resource. Proud Partners understand that Travel Agents are essential to their success.