On April 1, 2021 the Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) charged Kristin Evensen with the following:
One count of holding herself out as being available to act as a travel agent without first being registered as a travel agent by the Registrar contrary to section 4(1) of the said... more ›
State Joins Florida In Lawsuit Against CDC’s Cruise Industry Shutdown
Alaska governor, Mike Dunleavy said his state is joining a Florida lawsuit against the Federal Center for Disease Control (CDC).
That lawsuit challenges the CDC’s “job-killing shutdown of the cruise industry through its Conditional Sailing Order on the grounds that it goes beyond the... more ›
G Adventures Gears Up To Take Travellers Back Out On The Inca Trail
What’s involved in getting a tour back up and running in the wake of a global pandemic?
Ahead of bringing travellers back to experience one of the highlights of Peru — the four day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu — G Adventures operated a pilot project to finalize heightened health and... more ›
Quebec Premier François Legault is calling on the federal government to ban non-essential international travel.
The Premier indicated that he wants to avoid reliving the situation linked to the March 2020 March break, which could have disastrous consequences for the provinces health... more ›
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This week, TraveLaw Online’s Doug Crozier and Tim Law of Heifetz, Crozier, Law respond to a travel advisor’s query about COVID-19-related liability and the issue of legal immunity.
Q: I saw a newspaper article that talked of legal immunity for COVID-related liability. Is it relevant to... more ›
G Adventures is launching eight new 18 to Thirtysomethings trips in seven countries in 2021.
The new programs come as data predicts that the millennial market will be the first to rebound and ‘retravel’ coming out of the global pandemic.
In fact, a recent survey conducted by G... more ›
TraveLaw Online’s Doug Crozier and Tim Law of Heifetz, Crozier, Law respond to an advisor asking for a summary of some of the changes their clients may face when flying in the next few months.
Q: Do you have a short summary of what I can tell my passengers who will be flying in the next... more ›
TraveLaw Online’s Doug Crozier and Tim Law of Heifetz, Crozier, Law respond to an advisor’s question about whether there is a single place to go to access all of the directives and rules relating to COVID-19.
Q: My spouse is a teacher. She’s being deluged by her School Board with... more ›
Does Your Client Have To Sign The Contract In Person?
This week, TraveLaw Online’s Doug Crozier and Tim Law of Heifetz, Crozier, Law respond to a question about whether a contract needs to be signed in-person or is it alright for it to be signed ‘remotely.’
Q: We’re on the verge of concluding a group booking for (COVID-permitting)... more ›
IATA Appeals To Travellers To Wear Face Covering On Their Flights
IATA is appealing to all travellers to wear face coverings during the travel journey for the safety of all passengers and crew during COVID-19.
The appeal, from the global airline industry association, comes following recent reports of travellers refusing to wear a face covering during a... more ›