Celebrating Women In Travel On IWD 2019

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 in its monthly Women in Travel series.

In honour of International Women’s Day 2019, the series continues in this week’s issue of CTP with an in-depth profile of Dorothy Dowling, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Best Western Hotels & Resorts.

As well, if you go to our Women in Travel web page , you’ll find the stories of:

And if you want to go even further back in our Women in Travel archives, you’ll find the stories of some more remarkable women:

Hopefully, each one of these stories will help reinforce the message of the year-long #BalanceforBetter campaign that’s being launched today.

It is a call-to-action that comes right to the point – “Balance is not a women’s issue – it’s a business issue” and that message is all about gender-balance in the boardroom, in government, in media coverage, in employment, in wealth and is “essential for economies and communities to thrive.”

To find out more about the #BalanceforBetter campaign and how to take part, go to .