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Virtuoso Continues To Build On Success Of ‘The Week’

From just under 100 attendees in the early 1990s to nearly 5,300 this year, Virtuoso Travel Week is the preeminent leisure travel trade event. The goal was to create a “happening” that would highlight the power & success of travel agents - and get more people interested in the profession. TravelMarketReportNEWSROOM

virtual presentation 30.11.16

THE CRUISE REPORT by Norwegian: Cruising Into The Holidays Norwegian Style!

Watch to find out if you are the lucky winner of a Norwegian cruise!
Join Dana Gain & Ian Smyth for an overview of all the holiday activities aboard Norwegian to watch

virtual fam 05.12.16

Hyatt Ziva Cancun Virtual Fam & Contest

The Evolution of All Inclusive
Join Nina Slawek as she discovers the adults only “Turquoize Experience” at the Hyatt Ziva Cancun. WIN your own Turquoize Experience! to watch


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biting questions 02.12.16

Lawrence Elliott, Group Vice President, Business & Corporate Affairs, Sunwing Travel Group

Since he answered a newspaper ad for Skylark all those years ago until his surprise retirement announcement this week, Lawrence Elliott has lived and breathed the Canadian travel industry. on

periscope 05.12.16

Is Travel Broken Or Just Evolving?

Johanna Jainchill, Travel Weekly
People are travelling more than ever. But some worry that today’s travellers are more focused on selfies than experiences, more interested in sending posts and photos back home rather than meeting new people. A hostel owner uses the word ‘tragic’ to describe the impact of mobile devices on the travel on

on the town 02.12.16

Sunwing & Riu – No Reservations Required

with Bruce Parkinson
A fine meal at downtown Toronto’s Jazz Bistro was the perfect occasion to learn that guests of Riu Hotels & Resorts no longer need to get up early to make reservations for à la carte on

vanessa's views 28.11.16

Beyond The Superlatives, Royal Caribbean Delivers The Goods

Vanessa Lee
Much of the hype about Harmony & previous ground-breaking Royal Caribbean ships is about the superlatives. But what it all boils down to is – does the company take care of its guests? on

cruise feature 28.11.16

Raindrops On Roses & Whiskers On Kittens: A Few of My Favourite Ports

Ming Tappin
Ports of call are a key part of any cruise experience. In fact, the itinerary and ports is the most common reason why people select a specific cruise.

deviations 05.12.16

Could Trump Museum Help Resurrect Atlantic City?

A group of historians in ACY hope to restore the troubled destination’s appeal by opening a museum dedicated to President-elect Donald Trump. on

ivanna gabbalot 21.11.16

Excuse me, dahrlings, but...

Rumour Has It…
The birth of a Travel Nation has spawned the birth of a sale. Yes, Pumpkins, I have it on woolly authority that Jonathan Carrol has done it again. on

on the town 24.11.16

Transat means Transatlantic in 2017

with Martha Chapman
Transat will be capitalizing on its transatlantic roots more than ever before next year, with impressive lift and land on