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Exploring the local tourism trend

Every year, we usually plan a big trip during the holidays. It’s always to somewhere exotic, different and fun. It’s the same with many people. The wanderlust in our population is strong, and travel numbers prove that every year. Yet, trends like staycations...

source: By Bambi Majumdar
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We are wishing all of our members a joyful and colourful Easter weekend filled with smiles, food and gratitude. The OMCA staff is out of the office sharing time with our families and will continue to assist our members when we return on Tuesday, April 23rd.

source: OMCA

A big thank you to all of the exhibitors, attendees and sponsors that made the 2019 Ontario Transportation Expo a success! We welcome feedback from everyone in attendance and will send out a formal wrap up next week.

source: OMCA

Beginning October 1, 2019, the United States National Parks Service (NPS) will be raising their fees in every national park, including those that are currently free, with some parks are raising their fees even earlier....

source: National Park Service

Safety monitors will now be required on all party buses or limousines carrying children under the drinking age of 19, a measure one mother said could have saved her daughter’s life. Julie Raymond of Maple Ridge has been calling...

source: Times Colonist

The city’s new five-year tourism strategy aims to grow tourism during the spring, fall and winter seasons, encourage visitors to spend more time and money, and expand tourism opportunities outside the city’s downtown core. “It is important for council to...

source: The Kingston Whig-Standard

Traffic for the calendar year-to-date at March 31, 2019, is 271,778. This represents a year-to-date decrease of 13.1 per cent. The bridge has processed 101.5 million bridge crossings since 1962. The International Bridge Administration today announced that one-way traffic...

source: Soo Today


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