WELLINGTON – May 26, 2017 – Six Prince County residents recently learned how tourism lodging sites could attain higher quality designations.
Three representatives from Quality Tourism Services, the organization that does site inspections, came to the Wellington Rural Action Centre May 25 to deliver an information session on this theme. They particularly focussed on Canada Select accreditations but also discussed Green Destination criteria and “Pets Are Welcome” guidelines.
Seen from left are inspector Jan Rankin-collie, participant Heather Radford from Alberton, QTS director Collin MacIntyre and supervisor-inspector Kathy Doiron. The session was delivered in collaboration with the Wellington Rural Action Centre and the Acadian and Francophone Chamber of Commerce of PEI.