The Emerald Azzurra will launch in 2021 and offer yacht-like cruising in the Mediterranean at an accessible price point.
“Come Visit My Dominican Republic” counters last year’s negative publicity with stories of the country’s culture as told by locals.
The Association of Canadian Travel Agents is also using the words “angry” and “disappointed” to describe the situation.
The travel trade community shares its picks and the impact of those developments on travelers and advisors.
A mixed bag of proposed changes has the agency association concerned about the future of travel agencies in the province.
Orlando Ashford speaks to advisors and media at the “Live with Holland America Line” event in Toronto.
First Canadian Travel Industry Summit issues a call to action for travel advisors to push politicians to change unsustainable regulations.
A new storefront location in downtown Toronto from Canada's best-known online travel retailer proves person-to-person interaction with an expert advisor is just as important as ever.
Suppliers are making it easier for Canadian travel advisors to sell and book luxury cruises by offering Canadian dollar pricing and Canada at Par initiatives.
The tour operator, known for serving solo travelers, is expanding from the UK and Canada into the U.S. in the coming year.