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Good News From The DR
Hurricane Maria has moved away from the Dominican Republic, without having had a direct impact on the countrys tourism industry.
Julio Almonte, vice minister of tourism of the Dominican Republics Northern Zone, said: “In the north, the situation is under... more ›
Beane Applies Moneyball Methods To Hawaii Tourism
The message was a bit murky beneath all the sports terminology and entertaining anecdotes, but baseball icon Billy Beane nonetheless had a lesson for tourism stake holders during his keynote address at a conference in Hawai'i this week.
It was all about numbers and statistics – the key to... more ›
Agents' Choice Awards Brought To Life At Gala '18
Baxter Travel Media, in partnership with Granite Productions, will host the first annual Agents' Choice Awards Gala on June 14, 2018 in Toronto, an event which promises to be the travel industry's “event of the year.”
The gala event will bring to life the annual Agents' Choice Awards... more ›
Switzerland Focuses On Individual Travellers And Experiences
Although Switzerland is in the middle of a period of steady growth in tourism from overseas markets – including Canada – the European country is consciously not appealing to the masses, reports assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this week's digital edition of Canadian Travel Press.
“In... more ›
It was a festive scene on the Toronto International Film Festival's (TIFF) Festival Street (located on King St. West between University Avenue and Peter Street) as Air France,the France Tourism Development Agency and the Consul General of France in Toronto welcomed travel trade types to the... more ›
The Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) is reminding all registrants of their responsibilities under the Regulation pursuant to the Travel Industry Act, 2002 in relation to the change or cancellation of travel services (transportation and accommodation) as to relates to damage sustained to... more ›
CHTA Says It Stands With Its Brothers And Sisters At This Time
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has expressed sympathy for the loss of life and hardship following the passage of Hurricane Irma and has urged Caribbean residents and visitors in the projected path of the storm to take continued precautions as it makes its way through parts... more ›
Visit Florida was “asleep at the wheel” while Canadian visitation submarined over 15 consecutive quarters but a “major initiative” is in the works to kick-start a rebound after “taking the market for granted,” reports Quebec editor, Mike Dunbar in this week's digital edition of... more ›
Coinciding with the solar eclipse, Ireland’s newly appointed Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar met with key travel and tourism officials in Toronto as part of a three-day visit to Canada at the invitation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, reports assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in... more ›
CHTA Joins Forces With Worldwide Travel Associations
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is partnering with travel associations around the world to strengthen the tourism sector in the region.
President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Karolin Troubetzkoy disclosed that under the stewardship of the World... more ›