CTV London features Tobermory: a look into the progress of sustainable tourism & management for the Bruce Peninsula

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CTV News reporter, Scott Miller, visits Indian Head Cove on Georgian Bay for part of his inclined tourism story. Photo file: Scott Miller CTV Facebook.

CTV News London’s news anchor, videographer and journalist, Scott Miller, has recently aired a three-part series — centered around Tobermory’s fight for a sustainable future in tourism — on local southwestern-Ontario news stations. The series discusses key movements in the development of a sustainable tourism strategy, community involvement, and even looks into the concern of visitors in the area.

This aggregate of media coverage was a collaborative outcome that saw numerous individuals and community organizations working together to provide insight on this matter. Special recognition is placed on Scott Miller and his camera crew, for making the journey to Tobermory over the Labour Day holiday long-weekend in September, and Joseph Gentile for alerting Scott to the story.

Below are links to the CTV News video series, in chronological succession of when they were released.

  1. http://http://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1240829
  2. Opportunities and challenges come with major uptick in tourism in Tobermory.
  3. “Here’s Part 3 of the Tobermory Tourism Boom. Thanks to Joseph Gen for alerting me to the story. Thanks to Blue Heron Cruises and Bruce Peninsula National Park for their help telling these stories as well.”

Joseph Gentile – Editor and freelancer of environmental affairs, TheLumberjack.ca.