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The new direction in luxury travel

Despite the volatile market and some dire economic predictions, the travel industry stayed on top of the numbers game in 2017. Competition is stiff, but businesses have carved their niche to reach out to their target audiences. One niche that is showing increasing promise...

source: By Bambi Majumdar
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Now that the heavy lifting is done, and the foundation built, the OMCA Benchmarking Initiative is slowly building steam. As you may recall, back in the late Spring of 2017, we formed a task force of OMCA members to gauge interest in a standardized benchmarking program.

source: OMCA

A new fast-paced St. Catharines tourism video recently screened for councillors showcases the city's fine dining, wine route and fun, recreational activities in rapid-fire succession. "I think you'll all agree it highlights St. Catharines in a different view," Brian York,...

source: St. Catharines Standard

From busing students who do not qualify for transportation services to beautifying front lawns, Ontario school boards are spending millions of dollars as they compete to lure families and maintain their provincial funding. A Globe...

source: Globe and Mail

Instead of using highly-paid administrators to supervise students every afternoon at 60 Peel schools where buses are chronically late, the Peel District School Board will hire supervisors to work at minimum wage. The jobs will be offered first to existing lunchroom supervisors.

source: Brampton Guardian

Following a trend found in many other Ontario municipalities, the City of Cornwall is contemplating the introduction of a new tax on hotel stays inside the city. The economic development department is currently working on a proposal for a "Transient Accommodation Tax,"...

source: Cornwall Standard-Freeholder

A new multi-purpose park is coming to Toronto's waterfront, Daiene Vernile, Ontario Minister of Tourism, Culture, and Sport, announced. The space, to be called the Celebration Common, will be accessible year-round, with space for open-air cultural activities, festivals,...

source: Construction Canada

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