Canadian Travel Press Digital Edition
Issue Date: Sep 21, 2020

Memories on the knife edge
This week, Destination Canada’s new president and CEO, Marsha Walden tells Canadian Travel Press that: “If we collectively build passion for travel within Canada, it will have long-term impacts and change how Canadians see and value their own country for holiday and business travel, now and in the future.” And Walden also points out that: “A recent survey we conducted showed that a large proportion of Canadians who had previously planned to only travel internationally this year had changed their plans and now intend to travel domestically (41%) so that is reassuring to see.”
 
VisitBritain reassures travellers with a ‘ring of confidence’

VisitBritain reassures travellers with a ‘ring of confidence’

Paul Gauger talks about what VisitBritain is doing to help with the destination’s tourism recovery; health and safety initiatives; and programs designed to give both domestic travellers and future international visitors the confidence to travel.
Remembering Lynda Sinclair, one of Canada’s Voices of Travel

Remembering Lynda Sinclair, one of Canada’s Voices of Travel

This week, CTP remembers Lynda Sinclair, who sadly, passed away on Sept. 8 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Truly one of Canada’s Voices of Travel, Lynda will be missed by her family, friends and colleagues.
Safety is non-negotiable for connected travellers

Safety is non-negotiable for connected travellers

As Bottle Rocket’s Calvin Carter sees it “until major industry-wide innovations are made, travel and tourism will largely be considered ‘unsafe’ by the general public. The survival of the sector is therefore teetering on a knife edge.”
 


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