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it's time to travel
It’s time to travel. As Canada and other countries start to ease travel restrictions, business travellers are starting to hit the road again. It is a new world out there with new issues and uncertainty about travel safety. The travel experience is different. Travellers and employers need confidence and trust in a consistent, safe travel...
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CEO's trip to lake louise
Our CEO, Jeff Verman, is back after his trip to Lake Louise, AB CAD. Here is Jeff’s breakdown of what it’s like to travel during these strange and unprecedented times. ⠀ AIRPORTS + FLYING (Calgary + Toronto): 1) You MUST wear a mask 2) Airport was fairly empty 3) Some eating places are closed, while...
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5 reasons you need a travel agent
In the fast-moving complicated world of travel, there at least 5 reasons why you need a travel agent. A good agent is vital for the expertise that they bring to help travellers of all budgets.    Tech-savvy travellers appreciate the support and service of travel agents, and so does every major corporation. It just makes sense....
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2020 Travel Resolutions Every Traveler Needs
Does anyone else feel like 2019 just flew by?! Not only are we into mid-January already but it’s also the start of a new decade! Before you lock in your new year’s resolutions – check out these 7 travel resolutions every traveler needs! You don’t need to take on all of them – just pick...
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2020 travel trends
As we get close to entering a new decade, travel as we know it continues to evolve. 2020 will be a year exploration with travelers looking to connect with the people and places they visit. Technology is also impacting travel decisions like never before and it’s even created a new category of travel called Insta...
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5 Exquisite Wine Routes in France
As Europe’s peak travel season winds down and most people are returning to work and school refreshed from their summer vacation, the sleepy vineyards sweeping the French countryside awaken for the annual harvest. Foliage begins to turn, days and evenings become pleasantly cooler, and the picturesque back roads call out to be traversed, beckoning in...
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homeware hotels
With businesses looking for opportunities to reach new audiences and promote their products in unique ways – it’s really no wonder that homeware companies have begun opening their own hotels. It’s a shift that goes beyond their concept stores and allows guests to purchase much of what they see inside. Pulling inspiration from the automotive...
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2019 Travel and Tourism Trends
From eco-conscious holidays to culinary travel – find out the 2019 tourism trends every jet setter should know about! Eco-Travel Ecotourism is a form of sustainable travel that supports the local environment instead of putting more pressure on it and exploiting its resources. In other words, it encourages the exploration and conservation of natural environments...
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13 packing tips
1. Invest in packing cubes Packing cubes will keep you organized during your travels by allowing you to: Pack more efficiently – It’s easy to pack when you know what goes in each cube and how each cube fits in your luggage. Rearrange the cubes and other items until they fit perfectly into your bag, and...
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Duty of Care
Unfortunately, due to events such as terror attacks, natural disasters, and virus outbreaks, etc. it’s more important than ever to ensure your company has a duty of care procedures in place for travelling employees.  To begin managing travel-related risks, employers need to create a travel risk plan. This structured analysis will help to identify where...
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