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Heritage Preservation as a Rural Tourism Good

“Not surprisingly rural municipalities are playing catch up to grasp the reach and potential of tourism, from infrastructure to heritage preservation.” 

“..despite attracting half of Headwaters’ tourism revenue, tourism isn’t listed among Caledon’s economic development priorities in the town’s most recent Competitive Economic Analysis report.”

from ‘Reimagining Tourism, Can sharing our way of life help sustain it?‘ by Liz Beatty in ‘In The Hills’ magazine of March 26th

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