September 2021 Digital Issue

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The past year has been a waiting game for many hoteliers. But with the number of Canadians now fully vaccinated increasing, travel restrictions lifting, and the Canadian-U.S....

Montreal to Host Lions Clubs International 2022 Convention

MONTREAL — With the sustained efforts of Tourisme Montreal, Lions Clubs International has selected Montreal as the host city for its 2022 convention. Lions Clubs International is the...

TIAC Calls on Federal Government to Plan for Re-opening the Canada-U.S. Border

TORONTO — The Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) launched a new campaign to call on the federal government to plan for re-opening the Canada-U.S. border, which...

Blue Mountain Resort Reopens for Summer 2021

BLUE MOUNTAINS, Ont. — Blue Mountain Resort, located two hours north of Toronto, will officially re-open for the summer season on June 4. “As an outdoor destination with...

E21. Staying Power

In this episode of the Checking In podcast, Rosanna Caira, editor and publisher of Hotelier magazine, speaks with EdwinFrizzell, GM of the Fairmont Royal York and regional vice-president, Central...

Webcast: Eradicating Racism – Part 2

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While the foodservice and hospitality industry is home to a diverse workforce, barriers to equality continue to exist in restaurants and hotels alike. On August 11, 2020...

Eggs Recalled Due to Salmonella Concerns

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OTTAWA — Les Œufs Richard Eggs Inc. is recalling eggs from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination. Consumers should not consume and distributors, retailers and foodservice...

September 2020 Digital Issue

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As schools across the country get ready to welcome back students  and hotels across the country slowly re-open for business, Canada's hoteliers are hoping for the best,...

Free webinar: What about the emotional state of your guests?

Tuesday, July 14 at 3pm EDT Signature Canada, your expert in Sales and Customer Service Training in the Hospitality Industry, invites you to a webinar geared towards the...

Historic Prince Arthur Hotel Getting Million Dollar Makeover

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THUNDER BAY — One of the oldest hotels in Thunder Bay, Ont. is getting a multimillion-dollar renovation that will see its guestrooms, ballroom and elevators revitalized, according...