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 ›
AC's Meloul-Wechsler Named One Of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women
Air Canada's Arielle Meloul-Wechsler has been named to WXN's list of Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 for 2019 in the Corporate Executives Category.
“Through her example of integrity and hard work, Arielle is a tremendous mentor and role model not only for women but for everyone at... more ›
Rajani Shrestha is standing in the kitchen on the top floor of her house – or, our home, as she puts it – in Panauti, Nepal pinching and shaping a white substance made of rice flour, demonstrating how to make a Newari delicacy called yomari, writes assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this... 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 ›
Celebrity Cruises continues to shatter the glass ceiling with an unwavering commitment to gender equality. Today, in honor of International Womens Day (IWD), Celebrity will Ring the Bell on the 7 Seas to celebrate and support the equality, advancement, and accomplishments of women and the... 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 ›
Air Canada Marks IWD 2019 With Special Flight
Air Canada marked International Women's Day 2019 by operating flight AC832 from Montreal to Brussels with all female pilots and flight attendants today.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight, which arrived in Brussels this morning, was additionally supported by female ground crews providing... more ›
Seven Big Disruptors For 2019
Over the past year, Canadian Travel Press' Women In Travel series has featured some remarkable individuals who impact the industry, both in Canada and around the world. In the first of a two-part end-of-the-year roundup article, some of the experts previously profiled in the section reveal what... more ›
Are You Ready For The Next Disruptor
Is the glass half full or half empty?
That's a question I've been asking for a while now, writes executive editor, Bob Mowat in Canadian Travel Press' special Forecast 2019 issue.
By all accounts, 2018 has been a good year for the Canadian travel industry, not to mention for the global... more ›