Tourism

"To me, it’s the most beautiful, iconic hotel in Canada," new boss Geneviève Dumas says.
Airline says it chose Waterloo as its southern Ontario base rather than Toronto because smaller terminals “offer a better, more seamless and hassle-free alternative for regional travel.”
CBRE is projecting Ottawa’s average hotel occupancy rate to rise to 48 per cent next year, up from 30 per cent in 2020 and a forecasted 34 per cent in 2021.
For more than 20 years, Trina Mather-Simard has been a trailblazer in the Indigenous tourism industry.
After being at less than 10 per cent of pre-COVID levels earlier in the year, passenger volumes at YOW have climbed to within 50 per cent of their 2019 totals.
It’s the first time in 15 years that the carrier will offer service between the nation’s capital and the Toronto Island airport.
After being closed for more than 18 months as the pandemic all but wiped out tourist traffic for most of 2020 and into 2021, the family-owned downtown hotel will start welcoming guests on Oct. 1. 
Scott McCord's business has been the go-to agency for Parliament Hill staffers, civil servants and journalists in the nation’s capital for 22 years.
Cheeky new tourism campaign touts BeaverTails and other local attractions as it stokes city's friendly rivalry with Toronto and Montreal.
Toronto-based carrier says it will start flying to 11 destinations in Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico and the Dominican Republic in November, with weekly flights running until March or April 2022.