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WestJet Vacations bumping up change fees as of Nov. 1
WestJet Vacations is increasing its change fee, from $75 to $100 per passenger starting Nov. 1. The cancellation fee will remain unchanged at $250 per passenger.
Ensemble heading to Grand Hyatt Baha Mar for 2018
Ensemble Travel Group’s 50th anniversary celebration and annual conference will take place at Grand Hyatt Baha Mar in Nassau.
Profession Voyages editor hands over reins
Profession Voyages, a Travelweek Group company, has announced that Ariane Cloutier will be leaving the company effective Dec. 31, 2017 to pursue other endeavours.
Ensemble’s Circle of Excellence gala honours top producers
Ensemble Travel Group recognized its top-producing members in Canada at the organization’s annual Circle of Excellence Gala.
[People] Transat, Air Canada Vacations announce lucky contest winners
Transat and Air Canada Vacations contest have announced the winners of recent contests.
TPI hosts 300+ at record number of ship tours
No matter how much you read about a destination, a resort or especially, a cruise ship, a site inspection is the best way to find out if a supplier’s brochure descriptions really do ring true.
Flight Centre Independent agents ‘Discover the Undiscovered’ in Tulum
The recently-rebranded Flight Centre Independent host agency division is not just a Canadian focus, but also a global focus for Flight Centre.
“We have seen double-digit growth year-over-year”: Denise Harper, G Adventures
The Travel Agent Next Door limits its number of preferred suppliers and focuses its agents on selling those suppliers.
Sears Travel’s rebrand to The Travel Experts now effective Oct. 21
All physical Sears Travel locations will be vacated as of Oct. 20 and Red Label Vacations Inc. will rebrand Sears Travel as The Travel Experts effective Oct. 21.
Looking to stretch your client’s dollar? Try these three high-value destinations, says Topdeck Travel
Much of the narrative amongst travel industry circles in 2016 revolved around Canada's dwindling loonie, with Alberta in particular bearing the brunt of the recession.
360-degree tour of G Adventures’ Base Camp
Adventure travel specialist G Adventures gives us a tour of its headquarters in downtown Toronto.
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