About the CTACA
Mission and Goals
The Commission du tourisme acadien du Canada atlantique (CTACA) brings together tourism industry stakeholders offering an Acadian product or operating in Acadian areas of the Maritime Provinces (Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia).
The CTACA aims to develop a fully diversified Acadian tourism industry in Atlantic Canada by offering its members specialized support and consulting services so that they are able to increasingly develop their products. Formed in 2001, the Commission du tourisme acadien du Canada atlantique (CTACA) is recognized as a “Product Club” by the Canadian Tourism Commission. It operates in partnership with the tourism department in three of the Atlantic Provinces, the Société nationale de l’Acadie, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) and Parks Canada.
Also, the CTACA intends to develop the Acadian tourism product and, more precisely, the L’Acadie brand. Atlantic Canada, Québec, France and New England are the target markets. This complements the efforts of the Atlantic governments.