Ontario is paving the way for a stronger, more competitive tourism industry. Based on recommendations from the 2009 report, Discovering Ontario: a report on the future of tourism, the ministry established 13 tourism regions, each with a strong Regional Tourism Organization.
Each Regional Tourism Organization is independent, industry-led and not-for-profit and each provides leadership and coordination to support competitive and sustainable tourism regions. As a result, Ontario’s tourism industry now has a stronger combined voice and is better equipped to attract more visitors, generate more economic activity, and create more jobs across the province.
Click on a region in the map to go to a page with more detailed information. You can also find your region by looking up your municipality, city, town, township or county in the A-Z list.
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Hamilton, Halton and Brant
Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington
Greater Toronto Area
York, Durham and Headwaters
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe
South Eastern Ontario
Ottawa and Countryside
Haliburton Highlands to the Ottawa Valley
Algonquin Park, Almaguin Highlands, Muskoka and Parry Sound
Sault Ste. Marie - Algoma