New look for Travelweek’s trusted travel industry news content with Travelweek.ca redesign

TORONTO — Travelweek’s new-look website at Travelweek.ca delivers all the in-depth reporting that travel agents and the trade have come to rely on, with a brand new high-impact, high-function design.

The redesigned Travelweek.ca is an ideal complement for Travelweek Daily, also sporting a new look, and Travelweek magazine, now in digital format.

In 2020 travelweek.ca averaged more than 190,000 unique viewers per month and had close to 3 million page views.

Travelweek also has the largest social media following of the Canadian travel trade news sources, and is the highest ranked website of the Canadian travel trade news sources by Amazon Alexa. Travelweek’s social media channels include Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.

An informed, reliable and up-to-the-minute news source is crucial in these challenging times. And staying on top of the latest travel industry updates is more important than ever. Travelweek saw a 300% increase in traffic during the height of the pandemic as Canada’s travel agents sought trusted news sources.

“Travelweek is known for its print magazines. But we have invested heavily in our digital products too, for more than 20 years now,” says Travelweek’s Publisher, Devin Kinasz. “Between travelweek.ca and Travelweek Daily we’re a leader and an innovator as a digital news source for the Canadian travel industry. We are proud to have such a wide offering of marketing products to offer our clients. Whatever they need to reach Canadian travel agents, we can provide the solutions and the results.”


All the top-level content that travel agents have come to rely on and trust is at Travelweek.ca, starting with the latest industry news coverage, from airline, cruise and tour operator updates, to travel retailer news, to the latest government policies and their impact on the industry.

Original and in-depth articles, and special series, have become a hallmark of Travelweek’s news coverage on travelweek.ca and Travelweek Daily.

And special sections include ‘Industry Experts’ and our ‘Take 5’ series. Job listings are available 24/7 in our much-loved Marketplace. There are contests too.

Adds Kinasz: “Travelweek is also committed to helping grow and revitalize the travel industry when the time is right. That’s why we’re offering job posts on our Marketplace job board for free for all of 2021 and 2022.” Please submit any jobs to https://www.travelweek.ca/submit-a-job/.