Celebrating 50 years at Chateau Montebello

MONTEBELLO, Que. — Mary Patterson, her husband and six other couples celebrated their 50th anniversaries at Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello. Here’s a guest’s-eye view of how the hotel accommodated the group and made this celebration ultra-special.

Tony Elenis: A new era of The Roaring Twenties

The 1920s got their name from the exuberant, freewheeling popular culture that defined the decade. A century later, we still find ourselves in a time of dramatic social and political change and tremendous advances in science and technology.

accessibleGO seeks Canadian hotel content

accessibleGO.com is a full-service accessible travel platform providing search, reviews and bookings of accessible hotels and more. They're looking for more content regarding Canadian hotels and destinations.

COMMENT: Patricia Brusha's latest venture a labour of love

Patricia Brusha's new venture, Purse-Impressions, is a tribute to the daughter she loved and lost.

Expedia on travelling in the new decade

TORONTO — Expedia Group shares their predictions for 2020 and beyond, from generational and geo-economic shifts to diversity in accommodations, to redefining the airport experience. Watch out for Generation Alpha!

Cobble Beach draws international car collectors

KEMBLE, Ont. – Georgian Bay has become a destination for automotive enthusiasts from around the world in recent...

Spotlight on Red Deer-based ZS Holdings

RED DEER, Alta. — Zainul and Shazma Holdings is a family owned and operated business with the goal of bringing superior hotel and restaurant experiences to Alberta. CLN shines the spotlight on Shazma Charania, president.

Cobble Beach draws international car collectors

KEMBLE, Ont. — Georgian Bay has become a destination for automotive enthusiasts from around the world with its Concours d'Elegance. Rob McLeese explains why in this Q&A article.

Responding to crises takes planning, time

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – While the Caribbean may seem like the perfect escape, hoteliers need to have a response plan when a crisis strikes. Being prepared can help destinations maintain good standing with travellers, according to a CHICOS panel.

Responding to crises takes planning, time

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – While the Caribbean may seem like the perfect escape, hoteliers need to have a response plan when a crisis strikes. Being prepared can help destinations maintain good standing with travellers, according to a CHICOS panel.
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