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As a trusted authority in the family vacation market, I've been hand-selected out of hundreds of travel advisors to attend the 2017 Family Travel Advisor Forum. During this exclusive event, I will be meeting with representatives from the most sought after family destinations, properties, attractions and more. And, because I've...  read more

During my 18 years of life, I have seen my fair share of places around the world. I've seen the clear waters and sandy beaches of the Dominican Republic. I've toured around Europe, seeing different locales and cultures all the time. None of my experiences were quite like what was...  read more

Trains provide families with loads of flexibility almost anywhere in the world.Traveling with kids by train is often much easier than going to the airport, especially if you are connecting between two destinations that are relatively close together. A one-hour flight usually takes about four hours when you average airport...  read more

PHOTO: Air Canada will launch a new loyalty programme in 2020, ending its relationship with its current provider and owner of Aeroplan, Aimia. (Photo courtesy of Air Canada)  read more

And it's Friday, hurrah! And time for another top 5 list. This week I have been focusing on the topic of solo travel. Primarily female solo travel, but much of the content can apply to all. For me though I often choose to set off on my own, I am...  read more

A Californian couple tied the knot atop Mount Everest on March 16, and the photos are breathtaking.  read more

Recently I was asked if I could name a “bucket list” of iconic places in the world for photographers. It didn’t take long. Certain places attract photographers like magnets attract iron filings; we are drawn to them without quite knowing why. Nor do we absolutely have to know. For some...  read more

The government of Canada has expanded passport services from 151 to more than 300 “Service Canada Centres,” providing Canadians with more options when applying for or renewing a passport, making it more convenient and accessible for Canadians to submit passport applications.The expansion will result in over 97 percent of Canadians...  read more

Passengers reminded to check in early at LAX this weekTravelers flying out of Los Angeles International Airport this week are being urged to arrive early to ensure smooth check in during a major operation to switch airline locations.About a third of the 70 airlines at Los Angeles International Airport are...  read more

Staying in touch… Air Canada Rouge has begun offering high-speed, satellite Internet aboard its Airbus A319 aircraft.According to officials, Rouge passengers now have access to the fastest Internet service available on a Canadian airline, giving them the ability to e-mail, stream video and music, surf the web and more while...  read more

Travelling with a personal electronic device bigger than a smartphone? Here is what you need to know about security.On July 19, 2017 the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Transport Canada will implement enhanced security measures for all flights departing Canada. Additional measures will be implemented for all flights bound...  read more

Explore some of the most famous wine regions in the world with AMA Waterways this Fall and experience the traditional culture and soul of each destination. You are invited to join a wine expert on one of three exclusive cruises for an immersive week of wining and dining. Paris and...  read more

Marriott changes booking cancellation policyMarriott has doubled the notice period required to cancel a booking to 48 hours.Customers must now give two days' notice of a cancelled booking or pay out a hefty fee equivalent to a one-night stay.Previously guests could cancel up to the day before check-in without penalty.The...  read more

The wedding is over, the guests have gone home and the rings on you and your partner’s entwined fingers are glistening. Just married, you stare into each other’s eyes; thoughts of tan skin, sand between toes and pina coladas at an infinity pool fills the imagination, and the wanderlust begins...  read more

Shuttle Bus – Temporary Change Due to construction on York St and Wellington St next week we will be relocating the Shuttle Stop from the Royal York Hotel to the Starbucks at 123 Front St W on the south west corner of Front St and York St. This will take...  read more

Photographer Alex Strohl shares some shots from his most recent trip to The Last Frontier.Erika Owen June 02, 2017Alaska is one of those places that top many bucket lists — but it’s not the easiest place to get to, despite being part of the United States. The extreme weather makes...  read more

It’s that time of year again — school is out and you’re headed on your ultimate summer vacation. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, a partner or solo, these 10 affordable summer destinations won’t disappoint. They may even leave you some extra money to save — or spend while you’re...  read more

Hashtag simplifies your wedding planning, because it organizes all photos on social media for you.As you begin to wind down and relax post-wedding, chances are you’re curious to see some scenes from the big day. Your professional photos won’t arrive for anywhere from two to six weeks, and you know...  read more

(CNN) — There's certainly nothing wrong with the classic wine country experience: tours through the barrel-filled cellars, tastings overlooking the lush, rolling vineyards.But once you've been there and done that, it might be time to try something a little -- or a lot -- less traditional.From underwater wine cellars in...  read more

FOR TRAVEL AGENCY TRIBES SUPER ADMINS ONLY:Go to setup.travelagencytribes.comClick Member Login in the top right corner.Login with your usual credentials.You will be brought to the invite page, where you will be prompted to select an agency from the dropdown.In field below, enter the email address of the user you wish...  read more

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