Booking.com has launched its new new accelerator program – Booking.com Booster.
The program is designed to identify, mentor, and fund enterprising start-ups from around the world that are seeking to have a positive impact on the global tourism industry, the three-week program taking place in... more ›
TIAO has partnered with Green Tourism in order to deliver sustainable tourism certification programs to businesses in Ontario.
As the exclusive purveyor of Green Tourism certification in the province, TIAO is able to offer affiliate Green Tourism memberships, including preferred rates for... more ›
Tourism Symposium Focuses On Climate Change
The role of tourism in implementing the Paris Agreement was on the table during the recent 22nd session of the UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP22), looking at ways to advance Sustainable Tourism in a Changing Climate.
The goal of the meeting was aimed at increasing awareness on tourism and... more ›
Policy experts and statisticians specialized in sustainable development, environment and tourism gathered recently to agree on the way forward in developing a statistical framework for sustainable tourism.
The first meeting of the Working Group of Experts on Measuring Sustainable Tourism (MST)... more ›
Peregrine Unveils New Carbon Offset Cruises
In what it describes as a “sea change on sustainability,” Peregrine Adventures has introduced a new range of carbon-offset adventure cruises.
The 10 new small ship itineraries will visit small ports that the big ships can’t get to, allowing travellers to explore little-known towns and... more ›
TravCorp Teams Up With Me To We
The Travel Corporation – parent company of such leading travel industry brands as Trafalgar, Insight and Contiki – is lending a helping hand to an organization known for providing a helping hand, reports Ian Stalker in this week's digital edition of Travel Courier.
ME to WE, which, among... more ›
TripAdvisor Takes Action To Protect Animals
TripAdvisor has announced its commitment to launch a set of industry-leading actions, including changes to its policy on selling tickets to animal attractions and the launch of a new education portal to help inform travellers about the standards of care for wild, captive, and endangered species... more ›
G Adventures Unveils Travel Better And More On WTD
In his welcome to the crowd of travel trade types and others who packed Toronto's funky District 28 last night (Sept. 27) to mark World Tourism Day (WTD), G Adventures founder, Bruce Poon Tip observed that, “We're here to celebrate tourism [because it] has the power to change the... more ›
Tourists Urged To Consider Animal Welfare
A Toronto-based animal rights organization says travellers should realize that wildlife is above all wild and shouldn't be used to entertain tourists, reports Ian Stalker in this week's digital edition of Travel Courier.
Melissa Matlow of World Animal Protection told a recent Toronto symposium... more ›
Air Canada Wanderluxe Gala Raises $1 Million For Charity
In just a few hours, the inaugural Wanderluxe Gala held recently at Toronto's newly renovated Canada Bread Factory raised over a million dollars for The Herbie Fund at SickKids and the Air Canada Foundation.
Celebrity chef, David Hawksworth created the menu for the evening, while Brett... more ›