Tourism

Drive and deal

Golf is a lot more than just a pleasant diversion. On some levels, the game can even improve the way you think about business
by Tom Mason

Stay and play

Kris Moulton rolled the dice on a unique business idea in an unproven market and came out on top. The 36-year-old owns The Board Room Game Cafe, a...
by Matt Jamieson

Hospitality

Spotlight When Winnipeg company Temple Hotels Inc. quietly snapped up three Nova Scotia hotels—The Prince George and Cambridge Suites in...
by Tom Mason

A gracious host

Hospitality guru Kevin Murphy's guide to Charlottetown
by Progress Magazine

Why P.E.I.?

The smallest province in Canada remains an attractive destination for business events
by Jordan Whitehouse

Low-cost tips to lure business travellers

3 steps for attracting and retaining corporate customers
by Jane Doucet

Taking flight

Business is shaping the latest trends in airport design
by Jordan Whitehouse

This is my hotel: Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland

Kim Snow and her staff make the hotel overlooking St. John’s harbour the place to stay for business travellers
by Jordan Whitehouse

Choose your adventure

Atlantic Canada's hottest spots to kick back and relax
by Jordan Whitehouse

Sector playbook: Hospitality

Where we are Tourism has long been a vital industry for all four provinces in Atlantic Canada, and the raw numbers are impressive. Newfoundland...
by Tom Mason

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