Upper Canada Region Unveils New Adventure Map to Promote Tourism
Published on 24 May 2018
The Upper Canada Region, comprised of the Township of South Stormont and the Municipality of South Dundas, has launched the 2018 Upper Canada Region Adventure Map.
On Thursday, May 24th the representatives from each government body, including Council and staff, attended the official launch of the map geared towards visitors looking to escape for a short getaway.
“Residents within the Upper Canada Region know that we have a lot to offer, and tourism marketing pieces like the Adventure Map are going to ensure people from outside the area know that too,” said South Stormont Mayor Jim Bancroft.
The map features nearly 30 tourist destinations between South Dundas and South Stormont, including historical sites, breweries and wineries, and outdoor recreation activities, to name a few. The sturdy, compact format is designed to fold neatly into your pocket or bag for easy reference.
“South Dundas and South Stormont have partnered on a number of tourism marketing initiatives and the Adventure Map will continue to strengthen that partnership and promote the Upper Canada Region brand,” added South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde.
A total of 10,000 copies of the Upper Canada Region Adventure Map have been printed and copies will be available at Visitor Information Centres in SDG, South Stormont and South Dundas, municipal offices, and select businesses within the area. A digital version of the map will be available on both municipal websites, UpperCanadaRegion.ca, as well as the newly launched SDG Tourism website, WhereOntarioBegan.ca.