February 2019 - Time to Staff Up for Spring and Summer!

With strong tourism performance on all fronts and a forecast of a vibrant tourist year, staff shortages will be at critical levels this season. Consider attending or participating in the Work BC Job Fair, April 10th, 1-4 pm at the Central Baptist Church, 833 Pandora Ave. For booth information, call Michael Lane at 250-708-2462.

  • It’s the last few days to register for the BC Hospitality Summit! Hosted by the BC Hotel Association and ABLE BC, the BC Hospitality Summit will take place in Kelowna on April 8th and 9th. Visit the website www.bchospitalitysummit.com for more information on the program, BC Hospitality Awards and other conference events.
  • The National Toy Museum (Cherry Bomb Toys), Downtown Victoria Business Association and Destination Greater Victoria hosted the second Capital City Comic Con on March 22-24. While the final statistics are still being counted, it is anticipated to be approximately the same attendance as the very successful year one. We expect this event is here to stay, building reasons to come to Victoria in the off-peak season.
  • Starting April 1st, staff from the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture and the Royal BC Museum will be engaging with British Columbians to gather ideas for a more modern provincial museum. The current building no longer meets modern accessibility and seismic standards and the collection has outgrown its space. They look forward to hearing from people from all over B.C. Please visit this website to learn more about how to share your feedback.
  • The Victoria Clipper has announced a new class of service in between the Economy and Comfort Classes. Vista Class is located on the upper deck of Victoria Clipper V and includes spacious, leather seats; additional legroom for window row seats; panoramic views plus easy access to outdoor viewing deck; and, table/group seating in select areas.


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