This Past Week in February Canada Tourism News

February 1st to 7th, 2016

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Asian visitors flock to ‘the best country in the world ( Tourism News) Winter driving tips for the Family Day long weekend (Travel Tips)
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“Canada a big draw among the 5.2 million Chinese who travel abroad to celebrate the annual festival” via D.A Lam, Vancouver Sun “Here are a few road safety tips from ICBC spokeswoman Joanna Linsangan.” viaCBC News

February Canada Tourism News – Week 1

Canada introduces new travel eTA system  (Tourism News) Destination Canada adds 10 ‘signature experiences’ to national collection (Travel Tips)
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“The Electronic Travel Authorization, or eTA, which is a mirror of the electronic system for travel authorization for the United States, becomes mandatory on March 15.” via Jonathan Bell, Royal Gazette “Paddle boarding in B.C.’s Yoho National Park and fiord cruising in Newfoundland’s Gros Morne National Park are among 10 new additions to Destination Canada’s Signature Experiences collection” via National Posts

February Canada Tourism News – Week 1

Weak loonie + low gas prices = time for a Canada road trip? (Tourism News) Canada’s economy skidding from top of G7 to bottom (Tourism News)
Tourism News - February Canada Tourism News - Week 1 G7 to bottom - February Canada Tourism News - Week 1
“Gas prices have tanked. The loonie has gone crazy low. And Americans just might be nuts not to put a Canadian road trip in their travel plans.” via Brian J. Cantwell, Seattle Times “It’s amazing how fast you can go from first to worst, hero to zero, bruiser to loser. Or, in this case, from G1 to G7.” via Michael Babad,the Globe and Mail

February Canada Tourism News – Week 1

Groundhog Day: Woodchucks’ weather forecasts clash (Travel News) Romantic Valentine’s Day escapes across Canada (Travel Story)
Groundhog Day: February Canada Tourism News - Week 1 Romantic Valentine’s Day escapes - February Canada Tourism News - Week 1
“The four-legged weather forecasters aren’t on the same footing when it comes to whether we’ll see an early spring.” via CBC News “There is no shortage of great places for Canadians to spend Valentine’s Day without crossing the border.” via Jim Byers, National Post

February Canada Tourism News – Week 1

BC Coroner and Avalanche Canada Stress Importance of Backcountry Safety (Tourism News) Inside the stunning Frozen-replica palace that has tunnels, slides and a throne  (Tourism News)
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“The BC Coroners Service and Avalanche Canada has issued a statement urging backcountry users to think before heading into dangerous terrain.” via Kelowna Now “The breathtaking ice structure is located at William Hawrelak Park in Alberta, Canada, and is now open to the public” via Becky Pemberton Mail Online

February Canada Tourism News – Week 1

Frozen ice bubbles lit up by Northern Lights in Canada (Travel Stories) Learning good and bad from travel from city to city
(Travel Tips)
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“Amazing photos snapped by photographer at Abraham Lake in Alberta” via Roshina Jowaheer, AOL “Travelling is a great opportunity to learn about what works and what doesn’t in different cities.” via Angela Kokott, News Talk 770

February Canada Tourism News – Week 1

With low loonie, more Americans flying out of Canadian airports (Travel Trends) 10 Things You must do in Alberta, Canada.  For starters, Jasper and Banff National Parks… (Travel Tips)
Winter Airports - February Canada Tourism News - Week 1 10 Things - February Canada Tourism News - Week 1
“In the depths of a Montreal winter, nothing beats the Mile End neighborhood as a setting for stiff drinks and good company” via Kristine Owram, Financial Post “Alberta is a wonderful place, and with lists like these there are always more than 10 to consider.” via Intrepid Escape

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