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As more companies let employees work from home permanently, what is the outlook of business travel?

When the pandemic hit the global economy in March, business travel was estimated to lose $820 billion in revenue. Under the best-case scenario, businesses were expected to reopen in late spring or early summer. As...

source: By Linchi Kwok
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Airport transport service, Buffalo Limousine, lost about 70 per cent of its business during COVID-19 pandemic. But the company said its luck changed recently, thanks to Canadian snowbirds returning from U.S. sunbelt states who...

source: CBC News

Tourism spending nearly halved in 2020 compared to the previous year, dropping 48.1 per cent compared to 2019. This figure appears in a new report from Statistics Canada detailing the effects on the tourism sector, described among the...

source: Trail Daily Times

Ontario's stay-at-home order has forced organizers to pull the plug on the Room Service Concert Series in Ottawa hotel rooms. RBC Ottawa Bluesfest and Ottawa Tourism teamed up to offer the concert series at 20 participating...

source: CTV News

Five vehicle owners and one driver have been charged with failure to stop for a school bus with flashing lights during a targeted traffic enforcement campaign in March. North Bay police launched the campaign through the month, targeting drivers who did not stop for school...

source: North Bay Nugget

The good news is that summer 2021 is on track to feel very different from summer 2020. If the vaccine roll out continues to be successful, Americans should be safe to travel and gather with certain precautions. With this in mind, hotels across the country are gearing up...

source: Condé Nast Traveler

Move over, Montreal. Too bad, Toronto. Catch ya later, Calgary. Canada’s friendliest cities and towns, at least according to clients, are not the big boys; rather it’s smaller and more intimate places where a visitor is just a little more likely to...

source: Travel Industry Today


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