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Calgary to Host Sixth International Aboriginal Tourism Conference in 2017

On December 14, 2016, the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) announced it will hold its sixth International Aboriginal Tourism Conference (IATC) in Calgary, November 5-7, 2017, at the Grey Eagle Resort & Casino. Calgary was chosen out of 15 Canadian destinations that submitted strong bids for the conference. The conference will provide... Read More »

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National Geographic Travel Announces Best of the World List

National Geographic Traveler magazine announced its annual Best of the World list today, which highlights 21 must-see places to visit in 2017. The destinations were all chosen by the Traveler editors and fall into one of three categories- Cities, Nature, or Culture. The full list can be found in the... Read More »

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2016 Canada's West Marketplace Trade Show to be Held in Jasper, Alberta

The 29th annual Canada’s West Marketplace trade show will be held in Jasper, Alberta, from November 14-17, 2016. More than 300 Alberta and British Columbia tourism suppliers are expected to gather in Jasper to meet with more than 120 international tour operators and wholesalers from Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas. “Canada’s West Marketplace is the... Read More »

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Lonely Planet names Canada as the number one country to visit in 2017

If you’re looking for somewhere exciting to travel next year, look to Canada, Lonely Planet’s number one destination for 2017. Each year, the leading travel media company ranks destinations based on the diversity and quality of travel experiences offered. Results are published in the annual Best in Travel series. The... Read More »

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Canadian Finals Rodeo set to stay in Edmonton through 2018

Northlands in partnership with the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association is proud to announce that the 43rd Annual Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) will not be the last in Edmonton. The cowboys will hang their hats and rest their boots in city hotels for two more years. “Northlands has a rich history... Read More »