This Past Week in February Canada Tourism News – Week 2

February Canada Tourism News – February 8th to 14th, 2016. Top 14 Canadian tourism and travel news stories, tips, trends, surveys for the second week of February 2016. Why now is […]

February Canada Tourism News – February 8th to 14th, 2016.

Top 14 Canadian tourism and travel news stories, tips, trends, surveys for the second week of February 2016.

Why now is the time to travel to Canada ( Tourism News) The Road to the
Top of the World (Travel Story)
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“If you’ve been waiting for the perfect moment to take a trip to Canada, now is the time to book. ” via Ellie Storck, Travel & Leisure “A remote town in the Arctic Circle known for caribou, northern lights and frigid winters feels like Canada’s last frontier. A highway being built there could change all that.” via Christopher Miller, New York Times
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Valentine’s Day in Canada: By the numbers (Tourism News) Dine-and-sleep offer in Victoria, Canada, let’s you indulge (Travel Tips)
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“Over the last couple years, though, retailers have seen our spending shift from physical presents to “experiences.” via Patricia Kozicka, Global News “Pack your passport and appetite to take advantage of this eat-and-sleep deal in Victoria, British Columbia. It’s a chance to explore the cuisine of the Canadian city” via Terry Gardner, LA Times
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Survey says Canadians more amorous when travelling (Tourism Survey) Americans tourist spending in Canada to hit highest level in over a decade (Tourism News)
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“The survey of 1,002 Canadians revealed 47% of us are more in the mood for sex when travelling” via Calgary Sun “The value of the loonie has fallen around 20% relative to the U.S. dollar in the past two years, and 2016 could be a good ” via Emma Crawford Hampel, Business in Vancouver
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Now’s the time to fulfill your dream ski vacation in Canada (Travel Story) Saskatchewan not named after sasquatches (Travel Story)
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“We’re perched at the edge of a steep forested area called “Glades of Glory,” and my legs are already wobbly from chasing him down a fast and narrow trail dubbed “Vertigo.” via Rachel Walker, Washington Post “Saskatchewan Tourism’s Aviva Kohen seemed more annoyed by the other things the Fox Sports announcer rattled off about her province, including that it’s cold and flat.” via CTV News
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4 tips for cyclist safety in icy conditions (Travel Tips) Three ways Canada can influence the Asia-Pacific region (Tourism News)
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“To non-winter cyclists, riding a bike during the chilliest season of the year can seem daunting.” via CBC News “It is easy to understand why Canadian political leaders tend to focus on Europe rather than Asia/Pacific” via Stephen Saideman
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Strong U.S. dollar drives skiers north (Travel Stories) Downturn causing booms and busts for Alberta hotels
(Travel News)
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“The lure of legendary Canadian mountain destinations, renowned hospitality, and now the “powder discount” is proving too much for American skiers and riders to resist.” via Fast Tracks “Alberta’s tourist and resort areas is up 13%, in contrast, urban hotels are looking at a 13% drop in business. Rural hotels are even worse off, seeing a 20% ” via Morgan Smith, iNews 880 AM
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Low loonie no ‘game changer’ for U.S. tourists who see Canada as boring (Travel News) 15 things to do in Montreal if you’re visiting for the first time.  (Travel Tips)
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“Canada’s reputation as a land of natural beauty and spectacular scenery tends to resonate more among older visitors and less among millennials,” via Jamie Sturgeon, Global News “These are what I feel will best represent Montreal, from a culinary, cultural, historical, and architectural point of view. Mandatory travel experiences.” To Europe and Beyond

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