As an Oxford County tourism operator or partner, you have access to many different resources and training opportunities. Some are free to attend, while others may have a small fee. We encourage you to check back often, as this page will be updated frequently based on availability. Explore our complete list of resources below and contact us if you have any questions.

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 Newsletter: Recent Issues

Read recent issues of the Tourism Oxford Industry Newsletter.

 COVID-19 Resources

The following are links to COVID-19 resources. We also encourage you to connect with economic development, small business and tourism agencies on our organizations list.

Workshops & Training: stay tuned for upcoming training opportunities in 2024!

Digital Resources


 Creating Packages

 Event Planning

General Resources


  • Typsy (hospitality courses and certificates - 10 day free trial)
 Market Readiness
Ontario Tourism Industry Health Check - November 2023

Destination Ontario’s Insights team has released the most recent Ontario Tourism Health Check report which highlights key recovery indicators such as accommodation occupancy rates and border crossings. This report tells the tourism recovery story by curating relevant tourism data into a form that visualizes the information for industry stakeholders. 

View the report here. 

  • Tourism in Ontario is in an overall upward recovery trend - some KPIs have fully surpassed 2022 levels in all regions but are still below pre-pandemic levels (2019)
  • Travel Price Index (TPI) in September 2023 decreased by 0.3% compared with September 2022 levels, following a 0.4% decrease in August
  • TPI category values in September 2023 for accommodation, recreation and restaurant are relatively stable with around 5% MoM change compared to pre-pandemic levels (2019).
  • Border crossings from all key markets in August 2023 surpassed 2022 levels but have not reached pre-pandemic levels (2019)

Workforce Development


Bike Friendly

Rainbow Registered LGBT+ Friendly

 Safe Travel Stamp
 Signature Experiences 
 Sustainability & Green Tourism


 Regional/Provincial Tourism
 Economic Development Offices
 Chambers of Commerce
 Sustainability & Green Tourism
 Small Business Supports (coaching, grants, loans)


SWOTC Research

Ontario Government Tourism Research

Canadian Government Tourism Research