Canada

  • By 2024, Destination Canada will revive its tourism spending

     Thursday, November 24, 2022

    By 2024, Destination Canada is all set to revive its tourism spending and take it to the levels of 2019. That time span is a year sooner than what the organization had predicted in the spring 2021. At an even …

  • With Canada’s help, EcoMaris to develop tourism offering

     Wednesday, November 9, 2022

    Supporting the tourism industry contributes to the financial growth and development in the regions of Quebec. That is the reason today, Rachel Bendayan, the Member of Parliament for Outremont and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Tourism and Associate Minister …

  • Western US and Canada sees first big snowfall of the season

     Tuesday, October 25, 2022

    A change in the United States weather unleashed winter weather across many states in the West. Some areas were digging out from up to a month’s worth of snow after the potent storm unfolded. A powerful storm moving through the …

  • South Alberta has potential for tourism growth

     Thursday, October 20, 2022

    By the year 2035, Travel Alberta is interested to twofold tourism spending in the province from a pre-COVID-19 pandemic rate of almost $10-billion per year. Part of that plan is to boost traffic outside conventional tourist attractions like the Rocky …

  • Canadian Government releases first result of environment measures for cruises

     Friday, August 19, 2022

    The Canadians have been clear that they expect a healthy environment, with clean waters and clean air—and the Government of Canada is committed to achieving these results.

  • New COVID-19 rules by Carnival Cruise Line

     Tuesday, August 16, 2022

    Carnival Cruise Line announced protocol updates that meet public health goals but recognise the evolving nature of COVID-19. With these changes, America’s cruise line is making it easier for more guests to sail with simplified vaccination and testing guidelines, including …

  • Canadian Tourism increasing slowly

     Thursday, August 11, 2022

    Canada tourism is slowly returning as Canadians as well as visiting foreign nationals sustain the hospitality industry and perk up revival to the levels of the pre-COVID times, reports Statistics Canada. As per this week’s report of national statistical and …

  • Canadian National Railways announces US$1.5 billion debt offering

     Wednesday, August 10, 2022

    Canadian National Railways announced a public debt offering of US$1.5 billion comprised of US$800 million 3.85% (Notes due 2032 and US$700 million 4.40% Notes due 2052). Canadian National Railways expects to close the offering on August 5, 2022, subject to …

  • Four Seasons Resort Whistler Brings a Taste of Mexico to the Mountains with New Margarita Menu

     Saturday, July 16, 2022

    Summertime at Four Seasons Resort Whistler just got more tantalizing with A Taste of Mexico, available daily at the Braidwood Tavern. The new Margarita menu transports guests from the Yucatán to Los Cabos to Jalisco and beyond, a cultural journey …

  • Canada experiencing slow improvement, but operators hopeful

     Friday, July 8, 2022

    On tourism, a latest report shows that the sector is gradually getting better; however, before it recovers from the pandemic fully, it has to climb a long path. On Wednesday, Statistics Canada had unveiled a report, showing a 50.7 per …

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