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A stairway to heaven in the Rockies

Published by VaCay.ca on December 4, 2017 Written by Hans Tammemagi GOLDEN, BRITISH COLUMBIA — My toes perched on a two-inch wide ledge, my fingers clutched a small rock protrusion and my heart beat furiously. I was clinging to a cliff that fell vertically for more than a hundred feet onto …

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The twelve days of December

Whether you are celebrating a holiday, gearing up for the busiest month at work, polishing your skis or avoiding crowds by perusing the Travel Alberta website, the team has cooked up a new take on an old holiday tradition to entertain and keep you informed. Follow us on Twitter to …

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Register today for AdventureELEVATE 2018

Registration is open for AdventureELEVATE 2018, held in Banff National Park from March 13-15, 2018. AdventureELEVATE features inspiring and informative keynote speakers, activities and breakout sessions designed to equip travel trade and media professionals with tools and ideas to advance their businesses and professional goals.  New this year AdventureExchange encourages …

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San Franciscans, get your passports ready

San Francisco becomes the latest non-stop flight through Edmonton International Airport, with the announcement today of new service by Air Canada. The airline will operate daily flights between YEG and SFO beginning May 1, 2018. This is welcomed news for the Alberta tourism industry and is an opportunity to grow …

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Canadian Creaft Beer: Golden BC’s Whitetooth Brewing

Published by FoodBloggersCanada.com, November 2017 Written by Bryan Clegg    This week our Canadian Craft Beer post comes from our BC craft beer guy, Bryan Clegg. Today Bryan continues his travels in BC, stopping in the town of Golden between the Rocky and Columbia Mountains to visit Whitetooth Brewing. At the confluence of the Kicking …

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The best small-town ski resorts in British Columbia

Published by the Boston Herald o November 28, 2017 Written by Cassidy Randall When most skiers think of skiing in Canada’s British Columbia, they think of Whistler Blackcomb, a famous staple of resort culture. As Whistler becomes increasingly popular though, it can get harder and harder to find an untracked line — or a …

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Travel Alberta named one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures

Travel Alberta, the provincial marketing organization of Alberta, is today named as one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures for 2017 in the Broader Public Sector category. This prestigious national recognition, awarded by Waterstone Human Capitol, recognizes best-in-class Canadian organizational culture. “Culture is the foundation of our success at Travel …

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