Canada Travel News for March 14th to March 20th, 2016

Canada Travel & Tourism News Top 16 Canadian Tourism & Travel News Stories for March 14th to March 20th, 2016 News / Tips / Trends / Lists / Opinions / Videos / Photo Galleries […]

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Top 16 Canadian Tourism & Travel News Stories for March 14th to March 20th, 2016

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Top 15 Things to do in Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island. (Travel Tips) Liberals investigating ‘vacation villages’ to boost tourism
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” Sightseeing, Dining, Entertainment, Road Trips, Golfing, Wildlife Tours, Ferries, Hiking Trails. The 15 Top  Things To Do in and around the City of Victoria on Vancouver Island, Canada ” via Gug Girard @ehCanadaTravel “Procurement documents posted to the government’s website show that in February the province issued a tender to study the possibility of setting up “vacation villages” across Ontario.” via Ben Spurr, The Star  @BenSpurr
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Essential travel tips for Americans (Travel Tips) Early tick season: Tips for protecting against ticks (Travel Tips)
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“My fellow Americans, I write to you today from the fabled Canadas, which many of you regard as a mythical land of snow, ice, marriage equality and socialized medicine.” via Madeline Ashby @MadelineAshby    “The mild weather has unleashed those nasty Ticks a little early across Canada this year. They are just waiting to latch on to you so here is a few tips to keep you tick free. ” via C. Horning, @ehCanadaTravel
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What do you think Saskatchewan should sell in cans to tourists? (Travel Story) Winter in Jasper National Park (Travel Story)
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“What could we can in Saskatchewan and send tourists home with to remind them of their trip to our Prairie province?Suggestions range from grasshoppers to sunshine to potash” via Matt Kruchak, CBC  @MattKruchakCBC “Canada’s largest park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Here, a few ideas on how to spend your time in Jasper during these last weeks of winter.” via Susan Barnes, Paste @PasteMagazine
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The search for pure, untouched powder at three Canadian ski resorts (Travel Story) Canadian airlines will “remain very healthy over the next four years” (Travel News)
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“What follows is a warning that sums up the perils of the massive ski area. Encompassing more than 3,000 acres, Revelstoke is one of the largest ski resorts in North America. ” via T. Rees Shapiro, Washington Post @TReesShapiro  “The Canadian airline industry will continue to soar this year, says The Conference Board of Canada, with pre-tax profits expected to hit $1.5 billion.” via TravelWeek  @TravelweekGroup
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Putting Canada ‘on the map’ (Tourism Opinion) The number of foreign tourists coming to Canada has increased 11 % in the 12 months (Travel News)
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“David Thompson completed his apprenticeship and more, learning astronomy, surveying and cartography. Surveying Western Canada on foot, horseback and sled,” via Susanna McLeod, Kingston Whig-Standard “Travel to Canada continues to pick up, while Canadians are reducing the number of trips to the U.S. and other destinations, according to Statistics Canada.” via CBC News @CBCNews
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Parks Canada announces money for Franklin ship visitor centre in Nunavut (Tourism News) P.E.I.’s national park facing big challenges, new report reveals (Tourism News)
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“Parks Canada announced $16.9 million over five years in funding Thursday for the investigation into Franklin expedition ships and for a visitor and field research centre in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut.” via CBC News  @CBCNews “P.E.I.’s National Park is facing a big to-do list — a report, obtained by CBC through Access to Information, shows problems with visitors not paying entrance fees, aging buildings, and coastal erosion.” via CBC NEWS  @CBCNews
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National parks improvements planned, with goal of attracting more immigrants, urbanites (Travel News) Alberta tourism expects bumper year on the rise of ‘staycations’ (Travel Story)
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“Parks Canada is warning that it faces a growing challenge in remaining relevant to Canadians – especially in the largest cities” via Jason Fekete, Ottawa Citizen  @jasonfekete “National parks in Alberta saw an increase in visitors last year and another strong tourism season is expected this year.” via TravelWeek News  @TravelweekGroup
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Kaslo, New Denver: Canada’s best motorcycle towns? (Travel Story) Canadian border towns benefit from low loonie (Tourism News)
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“Kaslo and New Denver, along with Two Hills, Alta., are the western finalists in Canada’s Most Rider Friendly Community contest. ” via Bill Metcalfe – Nelson Star  @NelsonStarNews “Titled Canada-U.S. Cross-Border Spending: a reversal of fortunes, the report projects the loonie will average roughly 71 cents U.S. this year and Canadian visits to the U.S. will fall to the lowest levels since the Great Recession” via Camilla  Cornell, Globe and Mail  @CamillaCornell

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Canada Travel News for March 14th to March 20th, 2016 was last modified: March 20th, 2016 by Greg "Gug" Girard