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  • By Tourism,
    For Tourism.

what we do

Advocate. Educate. Celebrate.

In addition to advocating on behalf of tourism operators throughout Nova Scotia, TIANS provides training and programming for tourism industry professionals and champions networking, events, and awards. Learn more about the work we’re doing to grow hospitality across
the province.

Training & Programs

Continue your journey

Master a new skill, obtain an industry certification, and get ready for your most successful tourism season yet.

Become a member

Join Us!

Join the TIANS network of more than 2,000 Nova Scotian tourism professionals and enjoy access to members-only resources, marketing for your business, networking opportunities, and much more.

Industry resources

your tourism toolkit

Clean It Right

Clean It Right is an online program that provides education on cleaning best practices. Business designations are provided when 100% of the cleaning staff complete the program.
Wide front view of a medium group of mature and senior friends hiking up the mountain landscape surrounding Loch Torridon in the Northwest Highlands, Scotland. They are using hiking poles.

Best Practice Mission Program

The Tourism Best Practices Mission Program is a Pan-Atlantic initiative supported by ACOA Atlantic, four Tourism Industry Associations and Provincial Tourism Departments.
  • Nova Scotia Tourism Talent

    A provincially focused tourism recruitment site where Industry can post available positions and job seekers can view positions online.
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  • Tourism Sector Compensation

    If you want to attract, recruit, and retain skilled workers for peak performance in your workplace, you need to know that your total compensation package is competitive.
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  • TNS Research Reports

    TNS publishes a variety or research reports related to the Nova Scotia tourism industry. Visitors stats, accommodation activity and other metrics can be located on this page.
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have a question?

Reach out to learn more about becoming a TIANS member or to ask us about our work – we’re happy to help and are always open to feedback and suggestions.