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Whistler Blackcomb talks design details for new chairlifts

Whistler Blackcomb talks design details for new chairlifts

The new Fitzsimmons and Jersey Cream chairlifts come with features pre-purchased by Vail for Park City, and kept for Whistler Blackcomb
Canadian tourism employment set to surpass pre-pandemic level in 2024

Canadian tourism employment set to surpass pre-pandemic level in 2024

Tourism employment through 2023 is expected to be 2.02 million, or 97.1 per cent of pre-pandemic level
Kelowna-West MLA urges government support for struggling wine industry

Kelowna-West MLA urges government support for struggling wine industry

Recent report indicates a $133M decrease in revenue
Market conditions could cap Vancouver's growth as a destination for events

Market conditions could cap Vancouver's growth as a destination for events

Inflation, higher travel costs and limited hotel capacity are among the factors influencing corporate event venue supply and demand
B.C., Canadian travellers stay close to home due to inflationary environment

B.C., Canadian travellers stay close to home due to inflationary environment

Domestic trips exceed pre-pandemic levels while flights overseas and to the U.S. have yet to catch up.
Playland’s new rollercoaster costing more than originally announced

Playland’s new rollercoaster costing more than originally announced

Disclosed costs up by 77 per cent
New funding offers support for Indigenous tourism operators

New funding offers support for Indigenous tourism operators

Indigenous entrepreneurs can access non-repayable grants of up to $25,000
Ownership changes at esteemed B.C. winery

Ownership changes at esteemed B.C. winery

Vineyard has been around for nearly 100 years
First Nations decisions on tourism on Indigenous land must be respected: minister

First Nations decisions on tourism on Indigenous land must be respected: minister

Canada's new tourism minister said Indigenous rights and decision-making must be respected in how the country operates and develops its tourist industry, which may present unique opportunities for Aboriginal communities to grow those businesses.
FlightHub CEO sees early warnings signs of softer travel demand

FlightHub CEO sees early warnings signs of softer travel demand

MONTREAL — Demand for air travel may be levelling off after climbing close to pre-pandemic levels over the summer, as the rising cost of living weighs on Canadians' wallets.
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