The first transatlantic trial of CommonPass, a digital ‘COVID-passport’ that allows travellers to share their health status across international borders, was successfully completed yesterday, marking a major milestone in the recovery of global travel.
Grassroots organization Let’s Get Uncomfortable (LGU) is inviting travel and tourism professionals to attend its third event in a series titled, ‘Confronting Anti-Black Racism in Travel & Tourism’, taking place Oct. 27 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (ET).
Saved by Travel Insurance an innovative travel insurance campaign aims to educate Canadians on how important it is to purchase travel insurance, not only to help protect themselves or their loved ones from emergency medical expenses while travelling, but also to help protect their financial investment.
It’s been a challenging year for us all, no doubt about that. And travel has been the last thing on most people’s minds. But for some Canadians, travel has been necessary, and there’s no more important time to have travel insurance than during a global pandemic. That’s why Manulife has designed the new COVID-19 Pandemic Travel Plan.
At Manulife we strive to be the best and earn the right to be our clients exclusive travel insurance provider. Besides helping our clients manage their travel insurance sales, one of our key priorities is to continue to assist agents in developing their travel insurance product and sales knowledge. We offer national coaching / training initiatives both with the use of Manuversity; our online learning portal, pre-recorded and live webinars.
The Trudeau Liberals sought Friday to get ahead of growing economic concerns linked to rising COVID-19 case counts, vowing new and revamped business supports to keep workers on payrolls and maintain job gains threatened by the pandemic's second wave.
It wasn’t Punta Cana but the weather and location were beautiful nonetheless for Helen Krasic and Andrew Cordeiro’s wedding. Their nuptials took place Oct. 10 in the Burlington, ON backyard of their travel agent, Corinne Wilson-Daly.
We may love travel, but we also know it’s far from perfect. Sure, some forms of travel make the world a better place, but far too many types hurt more than they help. It’s time we all got together, as travellers, to talk about just that.