Buyer Registration



Registration is by invitation only and requires a username and password to register.  To obtain one email:

Buyer Appointment Selection

Appointments Requests will open on June 19, 2023.

Cancellation Policy

Refunds will be issued minus a $100 administrative fee per delegate until July 12, 2023. After that date, no refunds will be issued.

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Pre and Post Familiarization Tours

Registered buyers are encouraged to participate in pre and post familiarization tours to experience first hand what each province has to offer your clients.  During the registration process you will be asked to indicate which of the fams you are interested in, if any.  (Maximum 1 pre and 1 post per company).

  • Pre Tour of Nova Scotia, Sept 28 – Oct 2 (arrive in Halifax YHZ by 2pm on Sept 28)
  • Pre Tour of Newfoundland & Labrador, Sept 28 – Oct 2 (arrive in Deer Lake on Sept 28)
  • Post Tour of Prince Edward Island, October 5 –7 (Oct 7 depart Charlottetown YYG after 1:00 pm)
  • Post Tour of New Brunswick, October 5 – 8 (Oct 8 depart anytime from Fredericton, NB YFC)

Exploration of Land & Sea & a little “joie de vivre”!

New Brunswick/Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada

Join us on this special journey of exploration into New Brunswick – unspoiled and uncrowded. Some even call it, Canada’s hidden gem!

Your memorable experience will start in the City of Moncton, the “hub” of the Maritimes. Enjoy a visit to the family owned and operated Magnetic Hill Winery, then take in the famous Hopewell Rocks, on the Bay of Fundy. Walk the ocean floor at low tide and experience the awe of strolling among the colossal giants of tide eroded rock formations!

After a night in Moncton, it’s off to Saint John, New Brunswick – but first, a visit to the Fundy Trail Parkway and a stopover in the picturesque seaside village of Saint Martins on your way. The Fundy Trail Parkway is a cliffside, low-speed auto parkway, with over 20 scenic lookout points, five beaches, a suspension footbridge, four waterfalls, and several hiking trails. The 30-kilometer (19-miles) scenic ride reveals spectacular geography and stunning vistas as you follow the coast of the phenomenal Bay of Fundy. Lunch in the fisherman town of Saint Martins will feed your soul with fresh seafood and more!

A quick 30-minute drive from Saint Martins will have you arriving in Saint John – Canada’s oldest incorporated city. Saint John is a blend of old and new, with an exciting urban vibe, hip atmosphere and bustling restaurant scene. Be sure to checkout Area 506 – the new shipping container village on the harbourfront docks that is host to live music, local vendors and great views.

Following breakfast in Saint John, the tour continues on to the quaint town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea, named by USA Today as the “best destination in Canada”. This enchanting seaside town is known for its fine hotels & inns, including the 5-star historic Algonquin Resort, and stunning Kingsbrae Gardens. After an afternoon in St. Andrews, it’s off to your final destination – the capital city of Fredericton, situated along the shores of the mighty St John River. Home to the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Kings Landing Historical Village, and the annual Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival, Fredericton is a city that celebrates the rich arts and culture of New Brunswick.

As your trip to New Brunswick comes to an end, we hope you’ve enjoyed your stay, and we look forward to welcoming you back soon!

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Prince Edward Island

Your trip to Prince Edward Island goes beyond the ragged red cliffs, peaceful sandy beaches and rolling green hills. We will take you across our Island, bringing you into direct contact with the red clay and saltwater origins of our delicious dishes and vibrant culture.

Your experience will start with a coastal drive discovering craft distilleries and the charming small town of Victoria-by-the-Sea. You’ll want to have your camera ready for a photo opportunity of the engineering marvel, the Confederation Bridge – connecting Prince Edward Island to mainland, New Brunswick with the world’s longest bridge over ice covered water.

Discover the City by the Sea, Summerside and travel through the North Cape Coastal region — enjoy the winding roads thru farming and fishing communities, where the Acadian culture thrives. You’ll learn hands-on the vibrant Acadian culture – the language, music and food in the Evangeline region.

All things Anne of Green Gables will be discovered along the Green Gables Shore – take a drive along the scenic coastline throughout the Prince Edward Island National Park and indulge in a traditional lobster dinner experience.

Discover true Island culture through unique architecture and heritage in our capital city, Charlottetown.

Awaken your taste buds and discover why we are Canada’s Food Island at one of our local restaurants. You’ll discover culinary masterpieces created by our talented chefs with ingredients sourced directly from our farmers and fishermen. There is no way you will leave hungry!

All this and more are waiting for you, here! Let us welcome you to your next adventure on Prince Edward Island…. Come Find Your Island.

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Newfoundland & Labrador

The Viking Trail takes you through Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula, nestled between a coastline of limestone and unique geology, and the ancient Long Rang Mountains, experience a region rich in human history—multiple indigenous cultures, French fisherman, and of course, Vikings!

Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known for its impressive geological features, unsurpassed beauty, and friendly seaside towns. Here, you’ll walk on the Earth’s mantle, one of only a few places you can do this in the world, and boat through a landlocked glacier-carved fjord.

Discover your inner Viking at L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America. At the Viking encampment, try blacksmithing or weaving, and talk to characters who bring the Viking history to life.

At Port au Choix National Historic Site you’ll step into the crossroads of 6,000 years of human history. It is here that the sea’s bounty drew Maritime Archaic, Dorset, Groswater and Beothuk people long before Europeans arrived. Amid a rugged coastline of unique limestone barrens, forests, and bays, explore one of the North America’s most fascinating archaeological finds.

Warm and welcoming, fun loving and funny to the core, the people here are known for their natural creativity, unique language, and knack for storytelling. Be assured, you will have a grand time—meeting the locals, hearing live music, tasting local fare, and or course, experiencing the rugged beauty that our part of the world has to offer.

We are so very excited to host you in Western Newfoundland.


Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia welcomes you to discover its 13,000 kms of coastline, breathtaking array of diverse landscapes and world-renowned reputation as a destination for seafood and culinary delights. Your journey starts in Halifax, Nova Scotia’s vibrant capital city by the sea where important historical attractions mingle with a spectacular waterfront brimming with dining, shopping, and cultural activities.

Travel along the South Shore of the province, past quaint seaside towns and fishing villages, taking in the most photographed lighthouse in Canada at Peggy’s Cove as well as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Lunenburg with its colourful character, charming downtown and history tied to the sea.

Onward to Cape Breton Island, repeatedly named the #1 island destination in North America by Conde Nast Traveler. You’ll experience dramatic coastal views along the world-famous Cabot Trail which encompasses Cape Breton Highlands National Park, a true treasure-trove of outdoor experiences, wildlife viewing and multi-cultural explorations.

Let Nova Scotia’s beautiful seacoast, living history and amazingly friendly locals show you just how much more you can do here.

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Join us at Atlantic Canada Showcase where as a Buyer you will connect with experience providers and as a Seller you will expand your business with travel trade organizations.

Thank you for a great ACS 2023! Stay tuned for ACS 2025 information in March 2025, until then you can still access 2023 details for reference.