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23 July 2021

Cruise ships may resume sailing in Canada as of 1 November

On Thursday July 15th, Canada’s Minister of Transport, Omar Algebra, announced that cruise ships can resume sailing in Canada as of November 1st. All cruise lines, […]
13 July 2021

Montreal encourages people to work outdoors by installing 23 free working spaces

In a new project called Îlots d’été, Montreal is encouraging its residents to work outdoors by installing 23 brand-new outdoor workspaces around the city. 1. The […]
4 May 2021

Canada’s Edmonton first airport in the world to sign The Climate Pledge

Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has become the first airport in the world to join The Climate Pledge and its commitment to be carbon neutral by 2040.    The Climate Pledge is an initiative involving more […]
21 April 2021

TikTok star Shina Novalinga is helping to bring back Inuit throat singing

After being forced into near-extinction by colonists and missionaries, the tradition of Inuit throat singing has gradually been brought back, and TikTok star Shina Novalinga is […]
12 April 2021

Highest suspension bridge in Canada to open in May

The highest suspension bridge in Canada will open to visitors in May of this year. The new Golden Skybridge consists of two suspension bridges that will […]
9 March 2021

Marsha Walden: “Canadians have the power to change this by spending their travel budget in Canada”

Destination Canada released a new research and analysis that uncovers the scope of the impact to the tourism sector from Covid-19. The visitor economy saw unprecedented […]
26 February 2021

Celebrating Yukon Heritage Day in Canada

Yukon is the smallest of Canada’s three northern territories, situated in the northwest corner of the country’s continental mainland, with its northern border touching the Arctic […]
23 February 2021

Canada implements a 3-day hotel quarantine

Canada is requiring travellers to take a Covid-19 molecular test on arrival and to stay at an approved hotel. Travellers must also provide proof of a […]
8 February 2021
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Canada extends its cruise ban until 2022

The Alaska cruise season has arrived, however it has been hit hard by Covid-19 and with increasing positive cases being reported daily, the Canadian government has […]
5 February 2021
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The World’s Greatest Train Journeys: The Canadian

4466 kilometers. 4 days and 1 hour. Lakes, forests, plains, mountains. ‘The Canadian’ transcontinental from Toronto to Vancouver (and back if you like), across the world’s […]
21 December 2020

Tourism Excellence in Canada

The United Nations World Tourism Organization, UNWTO, continues to lead the way in promoting tourism standards. The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) of British Columbia, Canada, […]
9 November 2020

Autumn in Canada

Autumn is an interesting season because you see a lot of change in nature: leaves are dying and change colors. It is a sign of renewal […]
4 August 2020

Building Canadians’ Confidence to Travel within Canada during Covid-19

Destination Canada has launched a national campaign running from mid-July to the end of August to give Canadians the confidence to travel within their country. The […]
17 July 2020

What lies ahead for Cirque du Soleil and companies affected by Covid-19?

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, one of the most recognisable brands in live performance, filed for protection last month after the coronavirus pandemic forced closure of […]
8 July 2020

Against all odds a new airline to be launched in Canada

In the midst of the Covid-19 travel restrictions imposed across the world, a new airline called will soon be born. Based in Quebec, OWG will be […]
7 July 2020

10 Most Stunning Waterfalls in Canada

When we hear the word “waterfalls” people think about Niagara Falls in Canada but there is plenty of other ones that can be added to your […]
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