A critical role of the Centre is to communicate the new knowledge its team creates, to a wide range of tourism and outdoor recreation policy makers, planners, managers, and operators in tourism related organizations. It does this by encouraging its members to share the information produced through participation in a wide variety of publication, seminar, workshop and conference presentation opportunities.

The Centre is particularly interested in highlighting the achievements of its graduate students, the following are examples of academic articles published by members of the CTPR in the 2008-2010 period that directly involved the participation graduate students:

Ponsford, I., and P.W. Williams (2010). Crafting a social license to operate: A case study of Vancouver 2010s Cypress Olympic venue, Event Management.

Gill, A., P.W. Williams and S.Thompson (2009). Perceived water conservation attitudes and behaviours in second-home island setting, Tourism and Hospitality Research.

Reilly, J., P.W. Williams, and W. Haider (2009). Moving towards more eco-efficient tourist transportation to a resort destination: The case of Whistler, British Columbia, Research in Transportation Economics.

Rith, S., P.W. Williams and N. Baromey (2009). Community-based ecotourism and rural livelihood diversification: Reframing the approach. In P. Beaupre, J. Taylor (Eds.).
Emerging Trends, Challenges and Innovations: Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) in Cambodia. Volume 2. Phnom Penn: CBRN Learning Institute.

Semeniuk, C.A.D., W. Haider, B.A. Beardmore, and K.D. Rothley (2009) Heterogeneous visitor preferences and the management of marine wildlife tourism: A latent class model of stated choice. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Systems.

Welk, E. and Gill, A. (2009) Coastal resort planning: the case of Tofino. In R. Dowling and C. Pforr (eds) Coastal Tourism Development - Planning and Management Issues. New York: Cognizant Communications.

Williams, P.W. and I.F. Ponsford (2009). Confronting tourisms environmental paradox: Transitioning for sustainable tourism, Futures.

Legare, A., and W. Haider (2008) A longitudinal study of hiker segments on the Chilkoot Trail. Leisure Sciences.

Ness, J. and P.W. Williams (2008). Dialogue management factors: A 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games case. Journal of Travel and Tourism Education.

Williams, P.W., M. Peters, and A. Stegemann. (2008). Transformations in mountain tourism community landscapes: Amenity driven change In C. Kronenberg, C., S. Muller, M. Peters, B. Pikkemaat and K. Weirmair (Eds.). Change Management in Tourism.
Berlin: Eric Schmidt Verlag