Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016

Top 18 Canadian tourism and travel news stories, tips, trends, lists for the 4th week of February 2016

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Canadian Website Launches Interactive Manitoba (Technology & Tourism News) Canada emerging as Indians’ favorite holidays as currencies continue falling
( Travel News)
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“Canadian Brothers are changing the way Canadian tourism is promoted online as they continue expanding eastward with the launch of Manitoba, Canada.” “Indians have increased their travels to Europe, Russia, Canada and New Zealand by 25-30%. This has happened because of weakening currencies in these regions” via Business Insider India
 Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
19 Unreal Places in Canada You Must See Before You Die (Travel List) Canadian cities fare well in Mercer survey of quality of living (Travel News)
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“Canada is a country filled with a diverse variety of activities and nature. It’s a standout travel destination, so we rounded up the best places you can go while visiting” via Macy Williams, Pop Sugar “Canada’s biggest cities ranked ahead of most U.S. cities in Mercer’s annual global quality of living survey, with the human resources company crediting high levels of personal safety that exist in Canada.” via CBC News
 Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
March Break family fun across Canada (Tourism Story) Wildlife encounters increase with tourism (Tourism Story)
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“There are tons of great things to see and do right here in Canada that don’t involve giving the bank a loonie in exchange for 70 U.S. cents. Find ideas in the gallery above.” via Jim Byers, Ottawa Sun “The number of wildlife occurrences in Banff National Park, including encounters with bears, continues to increase at the same time the number of visitors to Canada’s flagship national park soars.” via Cathy Ellis, Rocky Mountain Outlook
 Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
It’s time to go to Canada but not why you think (Travel Story) Canadian corporate travel spend down by 2.6% for 2016 (Travel News)
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“With the value of the Canadian “loonie” at near-historic lows — $1 Canadian is around 0.71 U.S. dollars — it couldn’t be a better time to head north and lap up some luxurious experiences,” via Suzanne Morphet, Dallas Morning News “The watchword for corporate travel in 2016? Cautious. While an uptick in business travel spending is reflected by a slight majority of companies (39%) responding to the ninth annual survey conducted by The Conference Board of Canada” via Travel Week
 Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
10 BC Adventures That You Will Regret Not Doing (Travel Stories) What type of cottage matches your family’s March Break travel style? (Travel Story)
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“Big and boundless British Columbia is your gateway to outdoor adventure. While the province boasts adventure hubs like Vancouver, Whistler and Victoria, there are plenty of adventures awaiting you. ” via Deanne Wong, Huff Post “Whether you prefer to travel in style or on budget, the perfect March Break cottage getaway for your family is out there.” via Hamilton Spectator
 Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
Trains the preferred way to go in winter weather (Travel Stories) 25 Canadian buildings to see this year
(Travel Lists)
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“People are recognizing trains as the safest, surest choice for getting to their destination when the winter weather gets intense.” via Rob Learn, North Bay Nipissing “Planning a Canadian ‘staycation’ this year? Here are 25 amazing buildings across the country to check out on your travels.” via Toronto Sun
 Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
The Canadian Rockies provide plenty to see and do all year round (Travel Story) Polar Bear Patrols Keep Bears And Communities Safer (Travel Story)
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“White-capped mountains, glistening turquoise lakes, alpine villages and grizzly bears fishing for their dinner – this is the Canadian Rockies.” via Mercedes Maguire, The Courier Mail “Polar bears are spending longer periods in the summer and fall open-water season resting along Arctic coastlines due to thinning and retreating sea ice. Cut off from seals, their primary food source, ” via Peter Ewins, Huff Post
Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
Luscious ice wines, sticky maple syrup and a marshmallow to top it off: Why Niagara is the sweetest place on Earth (Travel Story) Book early or last minute? Tips for getting the best travel deals (Travel Story)
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“The winery restaurants are the best places to stop for food and wine matches with a surprisingly European flare” via Qin Xie, Mail Online “While planning a trip you’ve watched the prices of flights rise and fall, fall some more, then spike just as you’re about to book.” via Tania Kohut, Global News
Canada Tourism News for February 22nd to 28th, 2016
Halifax set to welcome 135 cruise ships in 2016 (Travel News) Low Canadian dollar, fuel costs are boosting RV industry (Travel Story)
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“From the end of April through late October, cruise ships drop thousands of passengers and millions of dollars in Atlantic Canadian ports.” via Herald News “The low dollar hasn’t had a negative effect on everything. RV-ing becomes a more popular option when people are looking to vacation locally.” via Jacqueline Wilson, Global News

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