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Ottawa Race Weekend economic impact

The 2014 Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend supported $ 32.3 million in economic activity for the Province of Ontario, of which $ 21.8 was in Ottawa, according to a newly released economic impact assessment produced by the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance.  Overall the event made a $ 14.8 million contribution to the province’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The email […]

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Quebec City Marathon for August 2014

The Quebec City Marathon Events is to be run over the weekend of the 22nd August 2014. The event held in the city of Quebec, Canada, also provides for a half marathon for those not ready to tackle the full distance of 42km. The Marathon and Half Marathon, along with the Oasis 10km is to […]

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Events section» Canada

Francophone festivals Coast to Coast

canada beach

Francophone festivals pop up Coast to Coast to Coast in Canada, not merely in Quebec. Join in joyful celebrations of our French-Canadian culture everywhere: we have it all – poutine, maple sugar, folk songs, Voyageurs and Acadians. Whether you are a francophile or simply curious , come experience Joie De Vivre, Canadian style. [Read more…]

The Yukon, Larger Than Life

Tombstone Yukon

One of three Canadian territories, Yukon is situated in the northwest corner of Canada’s continental mainland. It sits between the Canadian province of British Columbia and the Arctic Ocean, with Alaska to the west and the Northwest Territories to the east. [Read more…]

Aboriginal Tourism for Canada

aboriginal tourism
A blend of indigenous culture and history with luxury lodging and native gourmet foods create unforgettable experiences [Read more…]

Tourism 2012 Year-in-review

Ongoing economic troubles in many countries left a global travel market still rather shaky on its legs in 2012. Yet there are signs of steady recovery in many markets, making the outlook for 2013 better than a glass half full. The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC)’s Research department has dug deep into the statistics to assemble […]

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Canada in One» Tourism

Top Honors in Best Awards

Downtown Toronto

Downtown Toronto

Travel + Leisure Readers Vote the Downtown Toronto Hotel as the Top Hotel Spa Overall and one of the Top City Hotels in Canada [Read more…]

Fall In Love With Ontario

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

You can have a romantic time in Ontario, Canada all year round not just Valentine’s Day. There are a host of experiences available that will make you fall in love with the province too. [Read more…]

New US Canadian Border Agreement

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper

Washington, DC – The U.S. Travel Association today commended a new agreement that will speed the border process for Canadian travelers visiting the United States while enhancing security. President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced highlights of joint action plan at a White House ceremony. [Read more…]

Introduction of ten-year visas

Canada - Introduction of ten-year visas

Canada - Introduction of ten-year visas

The Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) enthusiastically welcomed today’s announcement of a new, ten-year multiple-entry visa for international travelers wishing to visit Canada. [Read more…]