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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
Here's how powerful Canada's passport is in 2023

Here's how powerful Canada's passport is in 2023

Canada has been ranked on a list of the most powerful passports in the world.
'We cannot sustain these disruptions': Asian comfort food restaurant closes due to Broadway Subway construction

'We cannot sustain these disruptions': Asian comfort food restaurant closes due to Broadway Subway construction

Another business says it can't survive being in the construction zone
Broadway subway construction ironically kills Subway restaurant

Broadway subway construction ironically kills Subway restaurant

Fencing related to the project has impeded foot traffic at the 13-year-old restaurant
Hopes high in B.C. as China lifts border rules, but tourism recovery may take months

Hopes high in B.C. as China lifts border rules, but tourism recovery may take months

VANCOUVER — Zhengwen Hao says the phone for his Richmond, B.C., restaurant hasn't stopped buzzing in recent days as relatives and friends in China make reservations as part of their plans to visit the province.
Violence in Mexico hasn't deterred Canadian travellers, say travel agents

Violence in Mexico hasn't deterred Canadian travellers, say travel agents

Canadians looking for a break from winter are still booking travel to Mexico, despite violence last week and a federal warning to be cautious.
Mazatlán mayor reassures Canadians and other visitors following cartel violence

Mazatlán mayor reassures Canadians and other visitors following cartel violence

MAZATLÁN, Mexico — The mayor of a Mexican city caught up in a wave of drug cartel violence last week wasted little time reassuring Canadians and other foreign visitors that his city is safe for travellers.