News from Travel Alberta, the Canadian Tourism Commission and a cross-section of stories, research and accolades from across our growing Calgary tourism industry.
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In early February, Banff Lake Louise Tourism shared the news of the resignation of Julie Canning, President and CEO...
TIAC will continue to work with the government on key levers that will increase Canada's competitiveness, including...
February’s announcement to eliminate the single-entry visitor visa in favour of expanding Canada's 10 year, multi-...
Calgary has traditionally been known as for two things: as a gateway to the mountains and for the Calgary Stampede. Both are great assets, but they no longer tell the full story.
The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) has rolled out its spring campaigns in Germany, the UK and Australia (France will follow in February). The campaigns target the top two Explorer Quotient® groups in each market.
The New York Times, The Guardian and Vacay.ca recognize Calgary as one of the best places to visit in the world and Canada for 2014.
Jon Mamela steps into the breach as chief marketing officer, while Rupert Peters assumes role of interim vice-president, International.
- Announcement: Tourism Calgary Names CEO
- Judo Canada Selects Calgary for National Championships 2016-18
- Calgary to host World League volleyball match during 2015 Canadian Open Championship
- Tourism Report Projects Significant Labour Shortages and Recommends Corrective Actions
- GM Announcement
- Canada Ranked as #1 Country to Visit
- Calgary Sport Tourism Authority Award Winner Announcement
- Calgary names as host of the 2015 Skate Canada Adult Figure Skating Champiionships