Prince Rupert's New Visitor Website Launches Today!
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Join Tourism Prince Rupert in celebrating the launch of our new website! Our goal in developing the new website was to craft a long term, compelling, and effective digital foundation for Tourism Prince Rupert. This included planning, designing, and building a new website that is optimized for user experience, brand promotion, and content strategy with the singular focus of providing visitors with up-to-date, relevant information about the Prince Rupert region to support the long-term growth of the local tourism sector.
Read on for more details about everything the new website has to offer, and how this platform can help us provide more digital services to support local businesses and the tourism sector as a whole in Prince Rupert.
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As the official visitor website for Prince Rupert, our new platform offers a wealth of information about exploring the Prince Rupert area, including itinerary suggestions to help visitors plan their trip, as well as information about shopping, dining, accommodations, transportation, outdoor adventure, and more. You can also find Frequently Asked Questions about Prince Rupert, information about the area's history & culture, links to download visitor guides, maps, and brochures, as well as plenty of additional information and resources. 
New features
Through this project, in addition to reviewing and updating our existing website content with fresh new information and images, we also aimed to add a series of new features to our website. These new features include a Travel Pledge, developed in collaboration with the Ts'msyen Sm'algyax Language Authority, a new page that provides information on Ts'msyen History & Culture, a community events calendar, a blog highlighting stories about Prince Rupert, and a robust business directory.  
Project partners
The development of our new website would not have been possible without the time, support, and insight of many partners.
Thank you to Northern Development Initiative Trust for funding support through their Marketing Initiatives Program. 
Thank you to the Ts'msyen Sm'algyax Language Authority and Wap Sigatgyet, SD52's Indigenous Education Department, for their support in developing our new resources on Ts'msyen Culture, and for providing Sm'algyax language and recordings. 
Thank you to Forge & Smith for their fantastic work developing the website.
Thank you to Chris Fraser for providing the beautiful Orca Whale artwork that you see throughout the website. 
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