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FAQ 6:

FAQs about Associations

What benefits does an Association affiliation have on BBCanada?
How do I indicate that I have an association membership with you?
Can I be a member of more than one Association on BBCanada?

What benefits does an Association affiliation have on BBCanada?

The advantages of being an Association member with B&B Canada are:

  • Additional listings: You will be listed both as an individual B&B and as a member of your Association.
  • Credibility : Many users of our site prefer to book with B&Bs that are part of an Association.
  • Location: An Association defines and highlights your geographic area. Many people have a weak understanding of Canadian geography. When Canada is divided into smaller regions, users can better understand the vastness and diversity of our country.
  • Additional Benefits: Association members receive free language modules for their BBCanada listings. ($15 value) (More information about language modules.)

How can I indicate that I have an association membership with you?

If you have a membership with us and we have an association page for your organization, notify us and we will simply add you to the Association Page. Your listing will then indicate your association membership under the Association Affiliations area on our main page.

Can I be a member of more than one Association on BBCanada?

Yes, you can be listed under a maximum of two associations in the BBCanada.com Association Affiliation link area on the main page. Many of our members belong to both their provincial group and a smaller, regional association as well. You can indicate additional association membership information in your description area.

Belonging to two associations is beneficial to you, because your listing is found three times on BBCanada:

  1. As a B&B listed under your Province «Tourist Region» City.
  2. As a member of the provincial association.
  3. As a member of your local association.

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