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Hotel management giant Aimbridge finds Canadian home in Calgary
 
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Aimbridge Hospitality, based in Plano, Texas, and considered North America’s largest hotel management company is expanding into Canada — and has chosen Calgary as home to its Canadian headquarters. Read More.
 
 
 
 
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Québec City ‘s New and Improved Event Venues
 
Québec City has more in store for event planners thanks to the recent addition and renovation of several venues throughout the capital destination. This year, the City unveiled a number of new and improved meeting spaces within its portfolio, each providing alternative experiences and amenities for groups of all sizes and industries. Ahead are a few of the highlights. Read More.
 
 
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Palais des congrès de Montréal launches Palais Boréal
 
The push for sustainable operations is being felt in every sector. That includes the meeting and events industry, where Montréal’s Palais des congrès convention centre is blazing a trail for carbon-neutral venues through its Palais Boréal initiative.  Read More.
 
 
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Halifax Convention Centre: A Venue with Taste
 
Feast of the East” has come to the Halifax Convention Centre. Launched in August 2019, the culinary promotion treats guests to the region’s distinct cuisine and food specialists. Read More.
 
 
 
 
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Aikens Lake Wilderness Lodge
 
Looking for a fresh corporate event idea? Then think about a luxury fly-in fishing trip for your best customers, or as a team-building experience! We have hosted exactly these types of 3 & 4-night trips for 30+ years. Aikens Lake Wilderness Lodge is a corporate planner’s dream… an executive fly-in fishing lodge located only a few hours from Winnipeg. No hotels, no restaurants. Just book the flights to YWG and we will handle the rest! Read More.
 
 
 
 
Calgary Herald
WestJet aims to grow Indigenous tourism with one-of-a-kind partnership
 
WestJet Airlines has formed a new partnership aimed at helping to grow Canada's Indigenous tourism sector, a move that could ultimately culminate in the airline selling authentic cultural tourism packages to Europeans and other international visitors. Read More.
 
 
North Bay Nugget
Local business pressure forces Air Canada to reinstate flights Jan.1
 
Pressure from political leaders and the North Bay business community has convinced Air Canada to reinstate two flights cancelled earlier this year. Air Canada cancelled the 6 a.m. flight leaving North Bay to Pearson International Airport in Toronto and axed the 9:25 p.m. flight from Toronto to North Bay. Read More.
 
 
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Toronto’s Ceaders Circle Celebrates Local Experts and North American Record
 
More than 7,000 neurologists meeting at the Palais des congrès de Montréal in 2023
 
Edmonton Convention Centre Release Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan
 
Swoop Takes Off with Five New Direct Flights from Winnipeg
 
All-New Air Canada App Features Intuitive Design, Faster Experience and Additional Features
 
 
 
 
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