Alberta’s beverage, food and film and television industries are tapping into the province’s rich heritage to offer vibrant experiences and exciting investment opportunities.

It all starts with the landscape. Alberta offers its residents and visitors exceptional tourism experiences and adventures, with world-renowned attractions, vibrant cities, and the most diverse and scenic landscapes in North America. Alberta has five UNESCO World Heritage Sites, more than 480 provincial parks, 18 provincial historic sites and 5 national parks.

This backdrop has literally set the stage for a number of blockbuster movies, and more is being done to draw movie and television producers to the province. The landscape is also part of the draw for adventurous food and drink tourists who can sample the best of what Alberta has to offer in any corner of the province, while admiring the stunning views of mountains, forests, rolling hills or prairies.

Here we meet just a few of the people helping put Alberta’s beverage, food, and film and television industries on the map.

Drinks: Craft Beer Brewers Across Alberta Serve Up New Tourist Destinations
Dinner: Prominent Alberta Chefs Dish Out a Unique Indigenous Food Tourism Experience
Movies: New Incentives Aim to Give Alberta Expanded Role in Hollywood Films