Social Responsibility

Millenium Travel Corporate Social Responsibility

Millenium Travel is working with Trout Unlimited Canada (TUC), whose mission is:

  • to conserve and protect Canada’s freshwater fish, their ecosystems and restore their cold water resources to a healthy and productive state
  •  to develop and apply effective, science-based and measurable cold water conservation solutions in the field
  • to inform the public about cold water conservation issues and educate communities about their watersheds;
  • to build and sustain a healthy organization


RBC Royal Bank

RBC is one of North America’s largest financial institution, that has a history of philanthropy and community involvement dating back to the 1890s. In late 2007, water became a priority for RBC’s community and environmental programs. With the launch of the RBC Blue Water Project, RBC is recognized among the world’s financial, social and environmental leaders and contributed $99 million to community causes worldwide in 2008 through donations and sponsorships. In 2009, RBC became a founding partner of the National Geographic Freshwater Initiative. Thus, through the RBC Blue Water Project, a ten-year multimillion-dollar commitment was to foster a culture of water stewardship worldwide. RBC is seeking to contribute to the future of sustainable water resources worldwide. The RBC Blue Water Project showcases RBC’s longstanding commitment to environmental sustainability, which makes it a natural fit for National Geographic and its mission of “inspiring people to care about the planet.”


On December 7, 2011, 400 people attended the dinner fund raising Gala Night for Trout Unlimited (Ontario) Chapter (TUC) & the Royal Bank Blue Water Project at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto. It was a grand success. TUC was founded in Montreal in 1972. It grew out of a response to challenges to freshwater and coldwater fisheries occurring at that time, TUC was based on the model established by Trout Unlimited in the U.S.

Millenium Travels’ 8 day all inclusive Trout fishing package for two escorted by Italo Labignan, a Canadian Celebrity Angler to the Indian Himalayas was well received. It was sold & closed at the silent auction price of $17K.