Just Ask, The Answer May Surprise You
After the Foreign & Commonwealth Office of the UK issued a blanket statement in July advising against all cruising, Ellen Bettridge, the President & CEO of Uniworld Boutique River Cruises, penned 500 words about how river cruises shouldn’t be compared to ocean cruising and sent it off... more ›
Tomorrow: Event Confronting Anti-Black Racism in Canada’s Travel Industry
Canadian travel professionals are invited to join a virtual event -- “Let’s Get Uncomfortable: Confronting Anti-Black Racism in Canada’s Travel Industry” – set to take place tomorrow (July 7) from 5:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m. ET.
With conversations about systemic, anti-Black racism... more ›
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A Life Of Adventure Exploring The Collective Energy Of Travel
From bringing the first group of travellers to HMS Erebus — a shipwreck discovered west of O'Reilly Island in Nunavut from the Franklin Expedition of 1845, which remained clouted in mystery for 170 years — to working alongside the likes of Robert Bateman, Doris McCarthy and Margaret Atwood,... more ›
TravelWebcast Session Focuses On Hopes For Canadian Travel
The Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) is eager to have a "dialogue" with the federal government about the possible reopening of this country's border to international travellers, a development that would be a huge boost to a tourism industry that's been struggling in an... more ›
The humanitarian, filmmaker, adventurer, environmentalist and TreadRight’s ‘Planet’ Ambassador talks to Travel Courier about the value of travel agents, not having a bucket list, coping during the pandemic and carrying on her family’s legacy of conservation and sustainability... more ›
Patricia Schultz On A Life Of Travel
Veteran travel journalist and author of the #1 New York Times bestsellers 1,000 Places to See Before You Die and 1,000 Places to See in the United States and Canada Before You Die talks about going from frequent flyer to making the most of the imposed time in her NYC apartment — like... more ›
Coinciding with International Women’s Day, Insight Vacations announced the launch of its new Wander Women program dedicated to female travellers, writes managing editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this week's issue of Travel Courier.
The inaugural itinerary, Inspirational India, A Wander Women... more ›
WestJet has unveiled its WestJet Women In Aviation: Committed to Change video in support of National Women in Aviation Week and International Women's Day, emphasizing the need to increase the numbers of women who have careers in aviation.
Ed Sims, WestJet president and CEO, observed: “We... more ›
Christine James Considers 20 Years Of Change In Retail Travel
After two decades as a leading light in the Canadian travel industry, Christine James of the Travel Leaders Network has seen some major evolutionary changes in the world of travel retailing. And she has been a significant participant in the movement of stand-alone agencies toward the umbrella... more ›
IATA On Course To Bridge The Gender Gap
IATA has launched a new initiative designed to result in more women piloting airplanes, more men serving in the passenger cabin and more women making key decisions at the executive level, reports Quebec editor, Mike Dunbar in this week's digital edition of Canadian Travel Press.
Dubbed... more ›