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Marriott taking a unique approach to growth in China

Marriott International is the world's largest hotel chain, and it operates 30 brands globally. Not content to rest on its laurels, the hotel giant has an ambitious goal for growth, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. By 2020, for example, the company plans to double...

source: By Linchi Kwok
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There's one thing that's for sure about the community of Appleton, just outside of Gander in Newfoundland: "It's the Little Apple and not the Big Apple," Derm Flynn, who was the mayor of the town in 2001, told Travel +...

source: Travel + Leisure

Canada announced that it is extending until February 28, 2022, a coronavirus-related measure allowing visitors to obtain work permits. Since August 24, 2020, temporary residents who are in Canada with valid visitor status have been able to apply for an employer-specific...

source: CIC News

Canada's natural beauty is well-known: this is the land of polar bears, temperate coastal rain forests, and stunning ski mountains. But its cities — some soaring with glass and steel, some holding on to old-world cobblestones — offer excitement and charm, too.

source: Travel + Leisure

A return to a freer level of international air travel likely won't be possible until there's greater agreement among nations on the COVID-19 tests and vaccination documentation needed to travel abroad, experts say. Yet a year and a half...

source: CBC News

The Canadian restaurant scene is one of variety, diversity, and choice. Most major cities play host to a bevy of international flavours. Smaller towns serve up innovative concepts alongside familiar favourites. For hospitality...

source: Restaurants Canada

Travellers entering Canada must follow the rules set out by the Emergency Orders under the Quarantine Act to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and its variants. Failure to comply with any requirements or providing false information may result in fines, penalties or imprisonment....

source: Government of Canada


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