Canada Travel Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. WestJet moves more flights to Toronto, Vancouver as profits dwindleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Toronto Star

    A weakening economy in Alberta along with a lower Canadian dollar have cut into profits at WestJet Airlines , prompting executives to move more flying to Toronto and Vancouver. “It's not clear that we have found the bottom yet of the current downturn at this point,” WestJet CEO Gregg Saretsky told analysts during a conference call on Tuesday, after the company released fourth-quarter 2015 results that missed expectations.

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  2. Glebe holiday exemption could spread citywide for 2017Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Ottawa Business Journal

    The Glebe BIA is looking for an exemption from the provincial Retail Business Holidays Act to allow Bank Street businesses between Lansdowne Park and Highway 417 to open every holiday except Christmas Day, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Stores on Pretoria Avenue would also be exempt.

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  3. Hundreds gather to create vision for SquamishRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Squamish Chief

    Residents including Rowena Tansley, right, place their views on what's best and worst about Squamish on a large map at the visioning event held at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park last Thursday. Photo: Christine Endicott Residents including Rowena Tansley, right, place their views on what's best and worst about Squamish on a large map at the visioning event held at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park last Thursday.

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  4. Vegan Biz Profile: Nice ShoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2011 | Veg blog

    Our sixth entry in the Vegan Biz Profile series is Nice Shoes , an all-vegan shoe store in Vancouver, BC owned and operated by Joanne Chang . We are the first all vegan shoe store in Vancouver, BC Canada.

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  5. Some leading fitness trackers leak user data, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | GlobalNews

    In this Dec. 15, 2014, file photo, fitness trackers, from left, Basis Peak, Adidas Fit Smart, Fitbit Charge, Sony SmartBand, and Jawbone Move, are posed for a photo next to an iPhone. Fitness trackers are one of the most sought after consumer tech devices on the market, driven by our desire to track everything from our calories burned and steps taken, to our sleep patterns.

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  6. Low loonie causing Americans to fly from Canada, says WestJetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The London Free Press

    WestJet Airlines says the low loonie is prompting a role reversal in cross-border travel with more Americans heading north to catch flights and fewer Canadian travellers heading south to U.S. airports. Officials at Bellingham airport in Washington state say traffic from nearby Vancouver was down 14% last year, while activity at Vancouver International Airport grew 5%.

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  7. Glebe stores request to open on holidays sparks committee debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | CBC News

    Members of Ottawa's finance and economic development committee debated the merits of a request to allow Glebe businesses to operate on holidays. Merchants in the Glebe are one step closer to opening on statutory holidays, after councillors on the city's finance and economic development committee granted the Glebe Business Improvement Area an exemption from Ontario's Retail Business Holidays Act, which requires businesses to stay closed on designated holidays.

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  8. Now on Sale? All of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Conde Nast Traveler

    Wouldn't it be great if an entire country went on sale? For U.S. visitors to Canada, that's pretty much what's happening. After soaring past the greenback in the late 2000s, the Canadian dollar-or loonie-has plummeted to its lowest levels in 15 years.

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  9. Squamish edges closer to waterfront redevelopment with land transferRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Canada.com

    Industrial logging will be prohibited across 85 per cent of forested lands within B.C.'s Great Bear Rainforest, according to a long-awaited landmark agreement announced Monday in Vancouver by the province, First Nations, environmentalists and forest companies. Founder of neighbourhood association angry as multimillion dollar home likely to come down, calls on Vancouver city hall to enact an immediate moratorium.

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  10. Can a private Canadian retailer compete with the big guys?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Marketing

    If you have not heard of Simons , the Quebec City-based fashion retailer, you are about to hear a lot more. In March, Simons will open its fourth store outside of the province of Quebec just west of Toronto in Mississauga's Square One Shopping Centre.

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  11. Group providing support to Inuit in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | The Labradorian

    When Rob Lackie moved to Toronto 15 years ago, he quickly discovered there were little to no resources available for Inuit living in the city. He's hoping to change that with Inuit of Toronto Urban Katimavvik , an organization that aims to provide help with housing, employment services, family services and social gatherings.

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  12. 6 Effortlessly Romantic Things to Do in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Where Toronto

    IT'S EASY TO CREATE EVERLASTING MEMORIES WITH YOUR SWEETHEART WITH THESE NO-FUSS ROMANTIC THINGS TO DO IN TORONTO Afternoon tea at Deq, a visit to the AGO, and skating at Nathan Phillips Square-just a few of Toronto's effortlessly romantic things to do Forget the chilly temperatures outside. Instead, embrace winter and its seasonal delights.

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  13. Trivago reveals the top 10 hotels in Canada for 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The London Free Press

    Hotel search site Trivago has revealed their list of the top 10 hotels in Canada for 2016, based on more than 200 million traveller reviews from more than 30 booking sites. Quebec City's Auberge Saint-Antoine was named the top property in Canada, with an impressive ranking of 96.16 out of 100.

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  14. Keeping community engagement out of the hands of bulliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | CBC News

    Richard White has served on the Calgary Planning Commission , the Calgary Tourism Board, The Calgary Public Art Board, and the Tourism Calgary Board. He write's a blog called Everyday Tourist http://everydaytourist.ca about our city, and has written extensively on Calgary's urban development.

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  15. Grade 12 student from Membertou awarded $5K scholarshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | CBC News

    As a grade 12 honours student at Sydney Academy and chief of the Membertou First Nation youth council, Julian Marshall knows a thing or two about responsibility. He also knows more than most his age about money.

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  16. Air Canada sorry for 'lapse in our service,' but advocate argues rules not followedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | CBC News

    Yvonne Colbert is CBC Nova Scotia's Consumer Watchdog. She's been a journalist for nearly 35 years, covering everything from human interest stories to the provincial legislature.

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  17. Century Casinos, Inc. (CNTY) Lowered to "Hold" at Zacks Investment ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    According to Zacks, "Century Casinos,Inc. & its subsidiaries,own & operate a limited-stakes gaming casino in Cripple Creek,Colorado & are pursuing a number of additional gaming opportunities internationally & in the U.S.The Company was formed to acquire ownership interests in,and to obtain management contracts with respect to,gaming establishments.The Company generally seeks to enter into gaming operations in areas with attractive demographic attributes,high population densities,local tourism and/or predictable traffic patterns,w/ the long-term objective of establishing geographic project diversification. " Century Casinos traded up 0.30% during midday trading on Monday, hitting $6.78.

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  18. Century Casinos, Inc. (CNTY) Cut to "Hold" at Zacks Investment ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    According to Zacks, "Century Casinos,Inc. & its subsidiaries,own & operate a limited-stakes gaming casino in Cripple Creek,Colorado & are pursuing a number of additional gaming opportunities internationally & in the U.S.The Company was formed to acquire ownership interests in,and to obtain management contracts with respect to,gaming establishments.The Company generally seeks to enter into gaming operations in areas with attractive demographic attributes,high population densities,local tourism and/or predictable traffic patterns,w/ the long-term objective of establishing geographic project diversification. " Separately, Singular Research began coverage on shares of Century Casinos in a research report on Tuesday, November 24th.

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  19. PSS immersion students heading to QuebecRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Madison Publishing

    All 22 students in Pemberton Secondary School's Grade 9/10 French immersion class will be heading to Quebec this spring as part of a national exchange program. Teacher Tara Smith applied for the exchange, run by a non-profit organization called The Society for Educational Visits and Exchanges in Canada , and was thrilled to learn the class had been accepted.

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  20. Proposed bike lane for Commercial Drive divides communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | GlobalNews

    Commercial Drive is one of the Vancouver's busiest shopping streets, and sits at the heart of arguably the largest cycling community in the city. Now the Commercial Drive Business Society is creating some tension in the neighbourhood by putting out a survey and petition actively opposing any plans to install a separated bike lane on Commercial.

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