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A look at COVID 19 travel restrictions across Canada

If you're looking to explore Canada this summer, you'll first have to navigate the fluctuating patchwork of travel restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus throughout the country.
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Spain launches Responsible Tourism seal

Spain has unveiled an official stamp of approval for all businesses that are doing their part to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
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Costa Rica targets ‘undiscovered’ destinations at 35th annual Expotur

Costa Rica has built its tourism industry on ecotourism and soft adventure. But at this year’s 35th anniversary of Expotur, one of the most important travel marts in Latin America, the focus was on showcasing new consumer offerings.
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Switzerland overnights from Canada hit a 25-year high

Switzerland Tourism has lots to celebrate with a 9.4% increase in overnights by Canadians, for a total of 270,959, one of the country’s best performances from Canada in more than two decades.
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Expect to see more of Anguilla in the Canadian market, says ATB

Everyone loves a good comeback story, and the island of Anguilla’s is a good one.
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“Step beyond the arch”: The Los Cabos experience is in demand

It’s growing at a good clip but Los Cabos still isn’t a mass market destination, and that suits the Los Cabos Tourism Board just fine. “We’re a luxury destination, we’re very exclusive and we want to keep it that way,” says Director, Commercial, Eduardo Regules.
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Nassau Paradise Island proves it’s better in the Bahamas

In this new video, take a look at the natural beauty of a trip to Nassau Paradise Island.
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Canadian visits to U.S. up 4.8% and more stats from Discover America Day

What’s new in the United States? Plenty, as evident at the 12th annual Discover America Day – Canada in Toronto.
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High demand has Gaviota aiming for 7,000 new hotel rooms in Cuba by 2025

Gaviota Tourism Group President Carlos Latuff and Vice President Frank Oltuski are in Toronto and Montreal this week to let their Canadian industry partners know all about Gaviota’s projects, investments and hotel grand openings across Cuba.
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New York City wants 1 million Canadian visitors in ‘Monumental’ 2019

MONTREAL — New York City promises that 2019 will be ‘Monumental’ with a new goal from this market: one million Canadian visitors. NYC & Company, the New York City tourism office, met with travel professionals in Montreal, including Travelweek’s sister publication ProfessionVoyages.com, earlier this week and yesterday in Toronto to announce the latest news. If […]
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Transat’s new winter program includes over 40 destinations
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After resuming operations on July 23, Transat has unveiled its winter program, featuring flights to over dozens of...
G Adventures has ‘Book Your Bubble Collection’ for family & friends
G Adventures launches ‘Book Your Bubble Collection’ for groups of family & friends
TORONTO — In response to increased demand for small group travel, G Adventures has launched a new ‘Book Your Bubble...
Hawaii drops 14-day quarantine for trans-Pacific travellers Sept. 1
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Effective Sept. 1 Hawaii is allowing all trans-Pacific travellers to forgo the 14-day quarantine providing they have...
Porter Airlines pushes back restart date to Oct. 7
Porter Airlines pushes back restart date to Oct. 7
Porter Airlines has pushed back its restart date to Oct. 7.
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