Major expansion of Pure North Canada’s capital investment in the Canadian Badlands amounting to as much as $24 million will be on the agenda at the Canadian Badlands Tourism Development Conference Tuesday to Thursday at the Coast Hotel.
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CALGARY – Annual revenue in Alberta’s accommodation industry reached a record level in 2012, according to Statistics Canada.
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Medicine Hat punched above its weight when it came to tourism in 2013, despite the widespread belief the region is lagging behind, says a municipally-contracted tourism service provider.
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The city and the St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce have hammered out a deal that will see tourism services return to 71 St. Albert Trail.
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A new tourism group says the time is now to start marketing Medicine Hat, and City Council members agreed on Monday night, providing $120,000 in funding before a full review of tourism programs is complete.
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Wild Rose MP Blake Richards will join Prime Minister Stephen Harper on his first official visit to Israel on Jan. 20.
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A new organization is forming to position Medicine Hat as a major tourism destination.
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Albertans know their province is the best place to be, but a new ranking of top travel destinations by U.K. newspaper The Guardian suggests others are realizing it too.
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CALGARY – Despite a devastating flood and some internal squabbling within the industry, tourism in Calgary was a booming business in 2013 – and will continue to be for the foreseeable future.
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CALGARY – The rebound in tourism activity was “fairly quick” in Calgary despite the devastating floods that hit southern Alberta in June, says a new report by the Conference Board of Canada.
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