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You’ll want to hug your mom after seeing this incredible photo of a mama bear and her cub

Bears, they’re just like us! They love the outdoors, they take long naps, and they adore smooches with their little ones.
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WestJet makes it into Alberta’s top 3 places to work

WestJet has been named one of Alberta’s top three workplaces in the province by Indeed, one of the world’s leading job sites.
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Alberta celebrates launch of Air Canada’s two new transborder routes

Air Canada is still flying high from yesterday’s launch of two new daily, seasonal transborder routes.
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Big Five Tours moves Canadian office to Alberta

Big Five Tours & Expeditions is on the move, relocating its Canadian registered office to Edmonton, Alberta, effective June 15.
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Alberta celebrates Canada’s 150th with special events and new offerings

There’s no question that Alberta went through a rough patch during the height of a recession in 2016.
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Alberta tourism expects bumper year on the rise of ‘staycations’

National parks in Alberta saw an increase in visitors last year and another strong tourism season is expected this year.
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Travel Videos Round-up – Week ending Nov 29th

In this week’s round-up; Brussels welcomes back tourists with cats, Etihad does an amazing flyby, Supertramp does a swing-by, Intrepid shows us Guatemala, and we get ready for winter in Alberta
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Alberta town mocked for tepid tagline wins tourism award

A southern Alberta community that was mocked on social media for a tepid tagline on its tourism ads has won an award for municipality of the year.
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Pet program at Alberta airport aims to lower passengers’ blood pressure

Some travellers may feel less stressed than usual as they pass through Fort McMurray International Airport over the next few months.
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Town in Alberta plans to dredge sand from the lake to reclaim popular beach

A central Alberta resort community is taking a bottom-up approach to restoring one of its key tourist attractions.
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