Association Releases Strategic Plan For Indigenous Tourism
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) has released its 2022-2025 Strategic Plan: Building Back Better, which focuses on revitalizing the Indigenous tourism industry from the ongoing devastating impacts of COVID-19.
The Indigenous tourism industry is one of the strongest... more ›
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising Americans to avoid travel to Canada.
That advice comes after the U.S. CDC raised Canada to a Level 4: Very High in its Travel Health Notices.
It tells Americans that if they must travel to Canada, they should make sure... more ›
Now more than ever, the Baxter Student Ambassador Program (BSAP) plays a vital role in the long-term survival of the travel industry. Now in its 8th year, the program continues to work with colleges and universities from all across Canada to identify the most promising student talent in... more ›
The Travel Agent Next Door has announced the winner of its annual customer contest. Held in 2021, the contest builds client engagement on social media and grows the client base of TTAND agents
The 2021 contest, which happens annually, was promoted widely online by TTAND agents and resulted... more ›
The Jamaica Tourist Board is inviting Canadian travel advisors to join it for a special edition of its bi-monthly Jamaica Irie Hour show, taking place tomorrow – Tues., Jan. 11 – at 2:30 pm EST.
Special guest at the event will be Nina Spencer, motivational speaker coach, who will inspire... more ›
ACTA Launches New Initiative Seeking Clarity And Support For Independent Advisors
ACTA is stepping up its advocacy efforts, submitting a new relief proposal to the federal government focusing specifically on independent travel agents; and seeking further clarity on lockdown benefits for advisors.
The industry association points out that the new year has once again brought... more ›
G Adventures is kicking off 2022 with the return of G-Normous, its biggest annual agent incentive.
Now in its ninth consecutive year, G-Normous is back bigger than ever before with $75,000 worth of cash and prizes up for grabs across the U.S. and Canada to thank travel agent partners for... more ›
The Israel Ministry of Tourism is advising that as of Sun., Jan. 9, the country will reopen its borders to all international travellers, which means that US and Canadian travellers will be able to freely enter and depart the country as of that date.
Commenting on the announcement, Gal Hana,... more ›
The Travel Industry Association of Ontario (TIAO) is advising its members that a ‘spreadsheet error’ may have affected their eligibility for the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program (THRP).
TIAO reports that the federal government has advised that recent applicants for the Tourism... more ›
Air North is celebrating the new year by extending its bonus commission offer for travel agencies and its seat sale.
The offer is:
Applicable to bookings made till Feb.15, 2022
For its existing contracted agencies, claim 10% on Go Yukon and Optimum fares when booking with Air North
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