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“He was our biggest fan”: Agents, suppliers react to passing of Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart

If there was one person who could truly be called an icon of the travel industry, it was Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart.
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The biggest takeaways from 2020, from retailers and suppliers

The most-used words and phrases for 2020 are unlike any other year, and underline just how historic 2020 really was. Words like ‘unprecedented’, ‘uncertain’ and ‘new normal’, and phrases like ‘never waste a crisis’.
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We’re on Zoom as ACITA makes the case against commission recalls

It’s one thing to know that travel agent associations are lobbying the government on agents’ behalf. It’s another to actually hear it and see it in action.
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This is what agents are responsible for in the wake of coronavirus: TICO

To help travel agents reassure client concerns about the Coronavirus, TICO has issued a special Registrar Bulletin that includes relevant tips and information.
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Interview: Air Canada’s EVP Operations Craig Landry talks about the new A220, and agents

All eyes were on the newest member of Air Canada’s fleet, the Airbus A220-300, at the aircraft’s official debut at Air Canada’s headquarters.
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‘Tis the season of giving, with Agencia Global

MONTREAL — Agencia Global wanted to end the year on a positive note. With that in mind the Montreal-based company decided to give back to its community and in particular, to the Montreal Children’s Hospital.
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Video: ‘Aeroplan Miles Matching Week’ with Air Canada Foundation now underway

With the annual ‘Aeroplan Miles Matching Week’ campaign now underway, Aeroplan Miles donated to the Air Canada Foundation by Dec. 8 will be matched to help transport sick children for medical care they need away from home.
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ACV, Transat and more helping to end dolphin tourism, says World Animal Protection

Some 64% of Canadians polled say they have gone on holiday to a destination where dolphin tourism was offered. Toronto-based organization World Animal Protection, backed by its new report, Behind the Smile, is looking to put an end to dolphin tourism.
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Two recipes from Iberostar as part of its Honest Food initiative

As part of its dedication to fighting food waste, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts is looking to create a lasting change through its Honest Food commitment.
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Here’s how you can help relief and recovery efforts in the Bahamas

TORONTO — The news reports coming in from Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands are heartbreaking, and the images even more so.
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EU leaders weigh possibility of limits on non-essential travel
EU leaders weigh possibility of limits on non-essential travel
European Union leaders assessed more measures to counter the spread of coronavirus variants during a video summit...
Princess Cruises announces sale of Pacific Princess
Princess Cruises announces sale of Pacific Princess
The Pacific Princess, which sailed more than 1.6 million nautical miles and 11 World Cruises for Princess Cruises, has...
Atlas Ocean Voyages joins Ensemble as preferred supplier
Atlas Ocean Voyages joins Ensemble as preferred supplier
Ensemble Travel Group has added Atlas Ocean Voyages as a preferred supplier, giving advisors greater access to...
Legal review shows British Columbia can’t restrict interprovincial travel
Legal review shows British Columbia can't restrict interprovincial travel
The B.C. government says a review of legal options has made it clear it cannot prevent people from travelling to the...
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