There may be few magic wands around in the globally challenging situation around Covid-19 and its effects, but the industry is showing, at least, that it is important to feel each other’s pain and reiterate that we are not alone.
CMW runs the rule over Calgary’s transportation and logistics vertical In November 2019, Canadian hosted the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) Annual Conference and Transit Show. It was a shining example of Alberta’s stampede city’s strong transportation and logistics vertical that is attracting increasing attention of event organisers keen to tap into the strong knowledge base. CUT...
Industry advocacy group Meetings Mean Business Canada (MMBC) has announced the results of elections to its leadership positions for 2020.
Calgary, a past Winter Olympics (1988) host, is fast gaining a reputation for conferencing and other big events – and not just in its strong suit sector of oil and gas. The city has two major venues to consider for large convention-style events – the BMO Centre at Stampede Park – currently undergoing a CAD$500m expansion – and the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre. Both are located downt...
Ottawa Tourism hosted association and travel trade clients to a ‘practically perfect’ client event in London last night.
The Edmonton Convention Centre, a performance venue in Edmonton, has announced its greenhouse gas reduction plan. The implementation its greenhouse gas reduction plan will begin in January 2020.
Canada’s largest gathering of its sport tourism industry will come to Richmond, British Columbia in 2022, when the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance’s (CSTA) premiere event, Sport Events Congress takes place. The event will then move to Winnipeg, Manitoba for 2023.
Meetings Mean Business Canada, a group which advocates for the meetings industry in Canada, has released its latest video, highlighting the importance of meetings business.