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Growing the North Conference going virtual again

The 13th annual Growing the North Conference will once again be a virtual-only event. Grande Prairie and District Chamber of Commerce CEO Tanya Oliver says the precedent for the virtual conference was set in 2021, and she is hopeful to see similar or better results in 2022. “We estimate that...
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Entry regulations: Israel puts new information page on the web

Israel reopened to tourists on January 9, 2022. However, there are strict entry regulations, which are now being informed on a new homepage that the authorities have put on the Internet. Under https://israelsafe.com/ is now extensively informed about the requirements that must be met for a stay in Israel. Furthermore,...
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Grande Prairie Regional Tourism Association unveils new look

The Grande Prairie Regional Tourism Association introduced a new look this past week to kick-off 2022. The Tourism Association unveiled a new logo at a banquet on Thursday, celebrating a new era for tourism in the Peace Region. “Over the last two years tourism has been one of the hardest-hit...
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Northern BC Tourism Association highlights 2021 projects

Northern B.C. saw the completion of multiple tourism projects in 2021. The Northern BC Tourism Association listed a couple of accomplishments, including Accessible washrooms, trail upgrades and new signage, made possible through BC’s Targeted Regional Tourism Development Initiative Fund. Early last year, the tourism association and several other key...
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Port Saint John Anticipates Return Of Cruise Ships

SAINT JOHN–It’s a bit too soon to say how the Omicron variant may impact the 2022 cruise ship season. Port Saint John President and CEO Craig Estabrooks said they are still working very closely with Transport Canada, the provincial government, and municipalities on what a cruise restart might look like.
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