Canada Tourism News

Aeromexico launches new service to Calgary

Aeromexico launches new service to Calgary

21 December 2016 Airline News Tourism News

Aeromexico will launch a new service from Mexico City to Calgary, the largest city in the Canadian province of Alberta, on June 1st. With this new flight, Calgary becomes the fourth destination Aeromexico serves in Canada, and its 19th destination in North America.

Alt Hotel Ottawa opens in Canada

Alt Hotel Ottawa opens in Canada

3 June 2016 Hotel News

Visitors to the Canadian capital now have even more choice of quality accommodation to choose from thanks to the opening of the 148-room Alt Hotel Ottawa. The newly built property is conveniently located on Slater Street, just a few blocks away from the city’s iconic Parliament Buildings and is less than a mile from the bustling ByWard Market district; the perfect location for holidaymakers and business travellers alike.

Air Transat launches new services to Montreal

Air Transat launches new services to Montreal

Air Transat has launched Scotland’s newest route, with a service from Glasgow Airport to Montreal Pierre Trudeau Airport. The new weekly flight, which runs until October, connects the province of Quebec to Scotland for the first time. Montreal is Canada’s second largest city with a population of just over 3.5 million people.

Ontario Tourism appoints Hills Balfour for UK PR role

Ontario Tourism appoints Hills Balfour for UK PR role

14 April 2016 Hotel News

Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation has appointed leading travel and tourism representation firm Hills Balfour to spearhead and manage its trade relations, consumer marketing and PR strategy in the UK and Ireland, following a competitive pitch. Larger than France and Spain combined, Ontario is a stunning region full of beautiful landscapes, vibrant cities, and fascinating culture.

Seven dead as private plane crashes in Canada

Seven dead as private plane crashes in Canada

30 March 2016 Airline News

Five members of the same family are believed to be among those killed following a plane crash in Canada. In total seven people died as a small twin-engine turboprop plane crashed on an island off the east coast of Quebec.