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This Past Week in Canada January Tourism – 24th to 31st, 2016

This Past Week in Canada January Tourism

January 24th to 31st, 2016

Top Canadian Travel Influencer Awards

Bearish Canadian currency fuels bullish travel environment ( Travel Story) Canadians off to Japan for hardcore snowball fight (Travel Survey)
Beluga Whales - Canada January Tourism Snowball Fight in Japan - Canada January Tourism
“Travel analysts say the falling exchange rate makes ski resort vacations in Canada especially appealing” via Harriet Baskas, CNBC “Nathan Thoen compares his style of lobbing a snowball to an origami crane soaring through the air.” via Jenny Yuen, Toronto Sun

Canada January Tourism

Intense experiences of people living off the grid in Canada   Weak Canadian Dollar Benefits Tourism (Travel Tips)
Living off the grid Weak Canadian Dollar Canada January Tourism
“OFF-GRID isn’t a state of mind. It isn’t about being out of touch, living in a remote place, or turning off your mobile phone.” via Northern Star “From Vancouver to Montreal, the weak Canadian dollar benefits tourism greatly.” via Tourism Review

Canada January Tourism

Timing perfect for Canadian travel (Canada  Travel Stories) The rise of travelling families and world-schooling (Travel Trends)
Timing perfect for Canadian travel (Canada January Tourism) The rise of travelling families and world-schooling (Travel Trends)
“Fuel prices are dropping, the Canadian dollar is dissuading travel to the United States… ” via Ron Pradinuk, Winnipeg Free Press “More families than ever are taking ‘edventures’ – long-term trips where children learn on the road. ” via Isabel Choat, The Guardian

Canada January Tourism

How to handle some of travelling’s most annoying problems ( Travel Tips) Off The Grid: Where To Travel On A Strong Dollar This Year (Travel Story)
How to handle some of travelling's most annoying problems ( Travel Tips) Oh, Canada! Don’t be so apologetic
“Whether dealing with a minor inconvenience or a major issue, travel has its challenges.” via Loren Christie, Canada AM “Oh, Canada! Don’t be so apologetic. You are adorable, good-looking, and huge” via Blake Snow, Paste

Canada January Tourism – Travel Story

Should Canadians worry about Zika virus? (Travel Stories) How to survive and thrive while winter camping (Travel Tips)
Zika Virus Winter Camping Canada January Tourism
“It’s “spreading explosively” and will touch every part of the Americas – except for Canada and Chile” via Carmen Chai Global News “Fraser Johnson hits the winter trail every year for two reasons: the challenge and the serenity” via Paula Last – Canadian Press

Canada January Tourism – Travel Tips

Foodie adventures, music fests and luxury river cruises (Travel Trends) Be charmed by Montreal, Quebec’s coolest city
(Travel Story)
Travel Trends Canada January Tourism
“Canadians have their sights set on unique vacations for 2016. ” via The Herald Arts and Life “Quebec’s coolest city has no end of culture and cuisine.  ” viaTTG Media

Canada January Tourism – Travel Story

How to Love Montreal—Even in Winter (Travel Stories) Why Visitors Travel to Vancouver Island and Hope for Stormy Weather (Travel Stories)
Montreal Stormy Weather Canada January Tourism
“In the depths of a Montreal winter, nothing beats the Mile End neighborhood as a setting for stiff drinks and good company” via Rosie Schaap Travel & Leisure “Believe it or not, the turbulent weather on Canada’s Vancouver Island may coax you away from the typical tropical beach getaway” via Vogue

Canada January Tourism – Travel Story

Ski with Canadian Olympic legend Nancy Greene at Sun Peaks Resort (Travel Story) Plan to dry American falls at Niagara could benefit Canadian tourism (Tourism story)
Ski with Nancy Greene Niagara Falls
“I have the best instructor on the planet – Olympic gold medalist Nancy Greene.” via Toronto Sun “A plan that could see the American side of Niagara Falls go dry might be a boon to Canadian tourism.” via Liam Casey, The Canadian Press

Canada January Winter Tourism – Travel Story

Save Money This Spring Break With A Staycation, Canada Style (Travel Story)
You Want to Move to Canada if Trump Wins? (Tourism story)
Staycations Trump Canada
“Staycations get a bad reputation, and contrary to popular belief, staying home for spring break is much more awesome than it sounds,” via Allison Eberle Huffington Post ” I have recently been deluged with requests to move to/seek temporary asylum in/camp briefly at my unfinished Canadian basement.” via Alex Lithwick and Dahlia Lithwick Slate

Canada January Tourism – Travel Story

Keep calm and don’t approach the polar bear: Tips from a conservation officer
Newfoundland iceberg season off to an early start (Tourism story)
Polar Bear Newfoundland Icebergs
“If anyone sees one, back away. Get out of the situation, but we don’t want to run. Seek shelter, remain calm,” via CBC News “Iceberg hunters are getting an early-year treat this winter with much earlier-than-normal sightings” via Yahoo News

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