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Meet Montréal: City of neuroscience

Michel Bourdon, vice-president, Sales and Convention services at Tourisme Montréal branches off from biology and unpacks the nuances of neuroscience resonating in the city of Montréal, Canada. A vibrant and multifaceted metropolis, Montréal beckons visitors with its Old-World architecture, lush outdoor spaces, hipster cafés and shops and a feisty sense of carpe diem. Aesthetic appeal aside, Montré...

Elevating Canada’s perception

By Chantal Sturk-Nadeau, executive director, Business Events Canada Canada is home to the extraordinary, and Business Events Canada wants international meeting and event planners to know it. Strategy is key in elevating this perception in an ever evolving and competitive industry environment. Back in 2013 Business Events Canada (BEC) realised that meetings and events can create a lasting legacy. T...

Canada beyond nature

Business Events Canada, a division of national marketing agency Destination Canada, realises that events can create a lasting legacy and can be the catalyst in introducing Canada’s export business interests to key influencers, business stakeholders, entrepreneurs and investors from around the world. Focusing on seven priority sectors where the country holds a competitive advantage: Aerospace, Agri...

Montréal raises the bar on hospitality

Pierre Bellerose, vice president, public relations, hospitality, research and product development Hospitality has always been a priority for Tourisme Montréal and Montrealers are famous for their warm welcome. Surveys show that traveller satisfaction actually exceeds 95%. But how can we do even better? How can we rethink traveller hospitality in 2017 and, in particular, the experience at the desti...

Alberta in Winter: A fresh take on your meetings venue

By Nicola Alexander, Travel Alberta’s Business Development Director MICE, Europe Nestled in the southwest corner of the Canadian province of Alberta – with quick and easy access to spectacular Rocky Mountain getaways – the gateway city of Calgary has long been a prime location for international conferences and meetings. Well-known as the hub for Canada’s oil and gas industry, Calgary n...

Healthy meetings in Vancouver

When choosing a venue for your next meeting, have you considered a ‘healthy’ one? It has long been known that physical exercise boosts brain health. With that in mind, it’s little wonder why active meetings that encourage physical activity are becoming part of the landscape to further the knowledge exchange at conferences. In May 2016, the Vancouver Convention Centre became the first Healthy Venue...

Sea and be seen: Ocean technology in St John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador

By Stu Greenoff, the Canadian destination’s sales manager, meetings & conventions St John’s historic ties to the ocean are well documented. From fishing to subsea imaging, the city’s industry has been shaped by the sea. The ocean technology industry in St John’s is characterised by strong partnerships between educational institutions, private sector businesses and the provincial government. Th...

Toronto: the place to be in 2017

CMW takes a breakout with Mark Crawford, director, international business development at Tourism Toronto: Mark Crawford would appear to have the ideal job: he says he always wanted a career in sales and is intensely proud. “I started working right out of school for a big tourism company, and slowly worked my way up.” Along the way he worked on development in Eastern Europe and Southern Asia before...

Sustainable meetings in Vancouver

By Dave Gazley, vice-president, meeting and convention sales at Tourism Vancouver Vancouver has the smallest carbon footprint of any major city in North America and currently draws more than 90% of its electricity from renewable sources. Delegates meeting in the city have the opportunity to stay in one of 78 ‘Green Key’ hotels – a designation that identifies properties that exemplify environmental...

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