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New York’s Hudson Hotel brand coming to Toronto
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Toronto will be welcoming its very own Hudson Hotel. The New York hotel has long been a go-to place for tourists looking to stay close to Central Park and locals enjoying after-work drinks on the rooftop patio. Now, sbe, the international hospitality group that develops, manages and operates the brand, is marking Hudson’s global expansion with Hudson Toronto. 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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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.
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'A real funky space': Pendennis Hotel redevelopment nears completion
The heart of the Quarters' District in downtown Edmonton is about to get a boost with the redesign of the historic Pendennis Hotel nearing completion. Pendennis Developments bought the building in January after plans to redevelop the space into a Ukrainian Museum fell through. Read More.
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Canadian airlines to feel the pinch of Boeing 737 Max 8 production 
Boeing Co.'s suspension of the 737 Max production line will mean further headaches for Canadian airlines, which were counting on the grounded jetliner to carry more passengers and boost profit margins. Read More.
Industry News
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