Cape Breton Partnership to host Tourism Now WebinarOctober 16, 2020

Cape Breton Island, NS – On October 22, the Cape Breton Partnership will be hosting “Tourism Now”, a webinar developed for Cape Breton Island’s tourism businesses.

The webinar will introduce the resources available through the Tourism Seasonality & Labour Project, showcasing tools, training, and programs to help strengthen Cape Breton’s tourism workforce and visitor experience. The webinar will be held on the Zoom virtual platform and will also include a question-answer period and a Tourism Rocks! presentation aimed at encouraging Nova Scotians to become local tourism ambassadors. Webinar hosts will also be tuning in live from the Lakes at Ben Eoin Golf Club and Resort.

Webinar details are below:

Hundreds of training modules, courses, and certificates are available through the Tourism Seasonality & Labour Project, an initiative supported by the Government of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia. Training opportunities range from one to two-hour learning modules to e-Cornell executive program courses and group training in online or in-person venues. Topics include food & beverage, customer service, bartending, supervisory skills, and more. Most of the training opportunities are being made available free of charge through this project, and others will have their costs significantly reduced.

For a full list of the project’s offerings, visit One-on-one consultation meetings with your local Economic Development Officer can also be requested by emailing


Media Contact:
Jeremy Martell
Cape Breton Partnership

About the Cape Breton Partnership:
The Cape Breton Partnership is Unama’ki – Cape Breton’s private sector-led economic development organization that supports companies and entrepreneurs by promoting our island as a great place to live and invest; growing a culture that values and celebrates creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship; and connecting entrepreneurs and companies to the resources they need to succeed. For more information, visit