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Earls to launch new restaurant banner: Birdies Eats & Drinks

Earls to launch new restaurant banner: Birdies Eats & Drinks

Move coincides with opening a new Earls at Brentwood Town Centre
Looking to travel this spring? Here are some cost-saving tips

Looking to travel this spring? Here are some cost-saving tips

Instead of hopping on a plane to travel, Michael Downie opts for the train. “You have your bedroom, you get three meals a day, and you just look out the window and watch the country go by. You get to experience all of it,” said Downie.
Quick-service restaurants to weather economic storm better than full-service: report

Quick-service restaurants to weather economic storm better than full-service: report

TORONTO — DBRS Morningstar says quick-service restaurants will have an easier time weathering the coming economic storm than full-service restaurants, as rising costs and slowing consumer spending weigh on the already embattled industry.
Here's when you can start making reservations to camp at Canada's national parks

Here's when you can start making reservations to camp at Canada's national parks

There are going to be some changes to the system, so make sure to register properly.
Whistler Pride and Ski Festival celebrates 30 years in an ever-changing resort

Whistler Pride and Ski Festival celebrates 30 years in an ever-changing resort

One of North America’s largest LGBT2QI+ ski festival is on now through Jan. 29
Is Vancouver an overrated travel destination? Here's how the city ranks globally

Is Vancouver an overrated travel destination? Here's how the city ranks globally

Nearly 1 in 10 travellers may leave disappointed
Banff tourism report seeks fewer private vehicles, more public transit in park

Banff tourism report seeks fewer private vehicles, more public transit in park

BANFF, ALTA. — Banff tourism officials are joining the call for better management of visitor traffic in the most heavily visited parts of the national park.
November international travel to Canada below 2019 level

November international travel to Canada below 2019 level

Travellers who have experienced recent delays and long line-ups at airports might think travel has returned to where it was before the COVID-19 pandemic but new Statistics Canada data show this is not yet the case.
Statistics show a strong rebound for B.C.’s tourism industry in 2022

Statistics show a strong rebound for B.C.’s tourism industry in 2022

As visitors return to Whistler and the rest of the province, the industry's labour force isn't bouncing back quite as quickly.
New alcohol guidance focuses on continuum of risk, suggests warning labels

New alcohol guidance focuses on continuum of risk, suggests warning labels

A report on new drinking guidance from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction recommends warning labels be affixed to bottles and cans to inform consumers about serious health risks including cancer, the number and potency of drink servin
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