In 2020, Collette’s newly relaunched small-group travel style, Explorations, is going to feature impact moments for travellers to make a difference as they discover and explore the world. These moments include supporting social enterprises and non-profits, such as the Sheroes’ Hangout, a cafe... more ›
Their contributions have changed and continue to change the nature of travel and tourism in Canada and around the world.
They are movers and shakers, who have taken risks and found their own path to success.
Since March 2017, Canadian Travel Press has been telling their remarkable stories... more ›
Empowering Women Through Travel And Tourism
The TreadRight Foundation has unveiled a new study, released ahead of International Women's Day, that explores the potential power the travel and tourism industry can have to help forge a positive and empowered future for women in the developing world.
The artisan industry, which includes... more ›
Company Adds Four New ‘G For Good’ Projects
G Adventures is celebrating International Women’s Day with the addition of four new ‘G For Good’ projects, dedicated to supporting women and youth across Africa.
Joining the existing 70 G For Good projects supported by the operator and its non-profit partner, Planeterra, the new... more ›
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment reports that all 12 of its theme parks have removed polystyrene foam dinnerware products, including bowls, plates and trays, from all of its dining operations.
As part of its commitment to protecting animals and habitats worldwide, SeaWorld has replaced... more ›
Windstar’s Wind Surf recently returned to Barbuda, devastated in 2017 by Hurricane Irma, where president, John Delaney, hand-delivered $5,320 to Trevor Walker, M.P. and chairman of Education for the Barbuda Council and local school officials.
The monies were raised onboard the ship during... more ›
French cruise line PONANT has launched a partnership with the Aldabra Clean Up Project to combat plastic pollution and preserve the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles, as well as raise awareness in the global community.
PONANT and the Aldabra Clean Up Project will work together to eliminate the... more ›
Ethiopian Airlines recently brought an ailing Sudanese girl to Toronto's SickKids Hospital, enabling her to get desperately needed heart surgery.
Limited medical care was available back home for Leen, who had a congenital heart defect. SickKids' Herbie Fund accepted her as one of 16... more ›
The Caribbean Has A Whole New Story To Tell
Although over 75% of the Caribbean “didn’t even have a breeze” from the devastating hurricanes of 2017, the CEO of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association said the impact of Irma and Maria were widespread across the region, reports assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this week's... more ›
Flight Centre Canada Continues To Develop Its Unique Offerings
Ask Gavin Miller whether a world that is digitally transforming itself is going to change Flight Centre's strategy and he'll tell you: “The retail strategy is evolving and it changes, but in essence it’s a very similar one that we’ve had for years which is that we really value and we... more ›