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Move over staycations, it's time for micro-cations

Allianz Global Assistance recently released its 2019 Vacation Confidence Index, which states that micro-cations are the newest travel trend for millennials. This generation seems to have veered away from long, leisurely vacations and is instead looking to take shorter breaks...

source: By Bambi Majumdar
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Beth Potter, president and CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC), recently gave a state of the tourism industry report in the context of the pending federal election. Potter outlined that the tourism industry...

source: Huntsville Doppler

New Brunswick tourism operators are celebrating what they’re calling a successful summer season. Kevin Snair, public relations and marketing coordinator at Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park, says there has been a steady...

source: CTV News

Nick Corraya is seeing more tourists at his Montreal souvenir shop in recent weeks. "Now it's getting a little better," said Corraya, whose store has survived close to four decades on St-Paul Street East. "I can manage the cost,...

source: CBC News

A tourism group is calling for more investments and a change in how Alberta manages outdoor recreational activities within provincial Crown land as a new study found the industry raises millions in revenues each year....

source: Calgary Herald

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the developing labour shortage worse, says the Tourism Industry Association of P.E.I. Tourism operators have always faced challenges staying open in September when students return to school, said TIAPEI CEO Corryn Clemence, but the situation...

source: CBC News

Officials in British Columbia recently unveiled details about the province’s COVID-19 vaccine card system, which is set to go into effect later this month. Starting on Sept. 13, B.C. residents will need to prove their...

source: Global News

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