From bees to cheese and boating to bus tours, 55 tourism businesses in the Ottawa and Prescott-Russell region have received funding to help them recover
Despite a surge in domestic travel this summer, sector’s recovery still lags behind that of other big Canadian cities, officials argue.
While hotel occupancy rates last month were up 42 per cent over 2021 and 130 per cent higher than two years ago, they remained below
The return of in-person Canada Day celebrations is yet more good news in what’s shaping up to be the best summer tourism season in a
Hotel association boss suggests trucker convoy could continue for a while yet as some protesters book rooms for next weekend.
Federal department that hosts annual celebration is also seeking bids for a contractor to provide pyrotechnics, fireworks, music and a minimum of 200 drones for
The Department of Canadian Heritage, which runs the popular winter festival, says it is moving all programming online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s a move some observers say could become increasingly common as hospitality property owners look to wring more value out of their investments during the