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Is Now the Time to Switch Event Formats?
 
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Although the world’s biggest vaccine rollout is now underway, organizations are struggling to decide whether to move forward with a virtual event or postpone in the hopes in-person events will soon return. If the purpose of your event is to build business relationships, it may not be in your company’s best interest to delay making the switch to online any longer.  Read More.
 
 
 
 
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Elevating Events in London, Ontario
 

The search for an “all-in-one” event destination can leave planners scratching their heads. But as guests of London, Ontario can attest, the most engaging (and budget-friendly) meeting location is closer than expected.

Over the years, the southwestern Ontario city has attracted groups of all types and sizes with a mix of business and entertainment offerings. From its vibrant city centre to lush outdoor spaces, and state-of-the-art venues to its unique attractions, London has proven itself more than able to hold its own against local and international hotspots. Read More.

 
 
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Sudbury’s Surprising Venues
 

There are events that “check the box” and those that get remembered. Planning for the latter means taking your groups to destinations with unique experiences and unconventional venues. Sure, it can be tempting to search beyond Canada’s borders, but a glance north of Toronto will reveal that there are plenty of surprises waiting for meeting and event planners in the City of Greater Sudbury. Read More.

 
 
 
 
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New Plans Unveiled for Two Events Venues in Metro Vancouver
 
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Plans for Burnaby's newest events and convention centre are coming into focus, as city council has now outlined a potential direction for the facility. In Surrey, what was originally planned for the 'Pink Palace' is now being reconsidered to maximize the large site and take advantage of its close proximity to the U.S.-Canada border. Read More.
 
 
 
 
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