Corridor patrimonial, culturel et touristique francophone
THE CORRIDOR IS A SELECT RANGE OF FRANCOPHONE HERITAGE, CULTURAL AND TOURISM PRODUCTS IN CANADA THAT OFFER VISITOR SERVICES IN FRENCH.
The Project’s Objectives
The Francophone Heritage, Cultural and Tourism Corridor developed by RDÉE Canada and its national Network is funded by the federal Department of Canadian Heritage.
The Corridor aims to:
- highlight the Francophone and Acadian heritage and culture in every Canadian province and territory;
- ensure the development of Francophone tourism materials and French-language service suppliers;
- promote those materials in domestic and international Francophone tourism markets; and
- develop the tourism market in Canada to generate economic benefits..
How can you join Corridor Canada?
As a certified member of the Champlain Route, you are also part of the Corridor, giving you unprecedented international visibility in French-speaking markets around the world.
If you have not yet been approached to officially become part of the Corridor and to be integrated into the
corridorcanada.ca website as a French and bilingual tourism experience, we invite you to contact Isabelle at 844 668-7333, ext. 305 or email@example.com to start the process..
Website and additional promotion tools
Already an official member of the Corridor? As with the Champlain Route, we encourage you to add a link pointing to the Corridor site on your home page. Primordial for good SEO on search engines, this link will strengthen the perceived quality of the Corridor site and boost it in the search results. This traffic will indirectly benefit you as the Corridor site already points to your website. Just add the Corridor logo on your home page and insert a text link to corridorcanada.ca, which could read as follow: “Visit the Corridor website to find out more about Francophone culture in Canada“.
Promotional tools are also available (posters, key-chains, etc.) to help you promote the Corridor among your customers on site or at trade shows.
How to become a member of the Corridor?
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