Canadian Travel Press Digital Edition
Issue Date: May 17, 2021

Take a sip, the glass is half full
As Canada prepares to welcome the world at a reimagined RVC+, Destination Canada’s Maureen Riley admits that: “We know that competition for tourism will be ferocious coming out of this pandemic,” but she also makes it clear that “the foundation we are currently setting means we will be ready once restrictions are lifted. Tourism businesses have made huge investments in new health and hygiene protocols and they are ready to welcome back visitors.”
 
TIAC: Taking the lead on the road to recovery

TIAC: Taking the lead on the road to recovery

“The overarching message I want our members/the industry to know,” says TIAC’s president & CEO, Beth Potter, “is that we are working hard for them. The road to recovery may seem long, but TIAC will be here for you the entire way.”
Indigenous tourism: Time to listen to its voice

Indigenous tourism: Time to listen to its voice

ITAC president & CEO, Keith Henry talks about the crisis facing the Indigenous tourism industry and makes it clear that “Our industry requires stable funding, an Indigenous-led strategy and support to ensure long term recovery.”
Taking care of business... and leisure travel too

Taking care of business... and leisure travel too

Direct Travel’s Joel Ostrov won’t tell you that there aren’t still some challenges ahead, but he’ll also point out that in his view, the public’s thirst for vacation travel is stronger than ever. And things don’t look bad for business travel either.
 


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