Skal Toronto is sending out a big ‘thank you’ to golfers, sponsors, its golf committee and its volunteers for making the organizations 65th annual – well, except for 2020 for obvious reasons – golf tournament a great success.
In all, 64 golfers enjoyed some great golf at Royal... more ›
In an effort to boost travel to the island of Ireland, Tourism Ireland has launched a promotional campaign inviting holidaymakers to press the ‘Green Button’ and drive bookings for short breaks and holidays in the coming months.
The ‘Green Button’ campaign concept will deliver a very... more ›
Ontario has confirmed that it will launch its $100 million Ontario Tourism Recovery Program on Oct. 13, 2021.
Announced in the government’s spring Budget, the Tourism Recovery Program will support for-profit tourism businesses in the attraction, accommodation, and leisure travel sectors... more ›
The Manitoba Indigenous Tourism Association (MITA) and an updated Manitoba Indigenous Tourism Strategy were officially recognized and celebrated at the opening of the MITA Virtual Summit this week.
At the Summit opening, the Honourable Alan Lagimodiere, Minister for Indigenous Reconciliation... more ›
Four more destinations – New Zealand, Switzerland, Czech Republic and Oman – have joined the over 400 destinations as part of the World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Safe Travels stamp program.
WTTC launched its global Safe Travels stamp program over a year ago in order to... more ›
WTM London – along with London Travel Week and Travel Forward – are gearing up for a busy time, with an array of awards and prizes set to be given out to recognize the remarkable efforts of travel firms, organizations and professionals amid the pandemic.
The global travel trade will... more ›
The ACTA 2021 virtual travel industry summit is set for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 and there’s still time to register.
The summit will help participants to reconnect and rebuild bigger, better and stronger.
Plus, there are:
Tons of prizes
Amazing speaker Sessions
Informative... more ›
To mark World Tourism Day (WTD), the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) is encouraging the industry to use today (Sept. 27) to amplify conversations and awareness among our international community on the significant potential of tourism to foster the growth... more ›
New Documentary, The Last Tourist, Wins ‘Social Impact’ Award
Agents and travel industry members in Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton have a chance to among the first in the world to view a new documentary designed to challenge consumers to make better holiday choices following the global pandemic.
The Last Tourist is an independent documentary created... more ›
The secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organization, Neil Walters offered a message to the industry on World Tourism Day, stating that:
“In observance of the day, the CTO and approximately a dozen regional and international partners are collaborating on a virtual event aimed at... more ›