Canadian Mountain Holidays Joins Forces with Nature Conservancy of Canada

Adventure travel company Canadian Mountain Holidays has announced it will redouble its commitment to conservation through a sponsorship agreement with the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Canadian Mountain Holidays and the Nature Conservancy of Canada will work together to promote awareness of conservation initiatives. The agreement represents the first time that the NCC has established a major sponsorship with a tourism operator. As part of the agreement, Canadian Mountain Holidays also has committed $75,000 over a three-year period to support NCC's Canadian Rockies program and activities in the region. Visit [www.canadianmountainholidays.com].

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