FIRST INTERNATIONAL TOURISM ACADEMY TO OPEN IN PORTUGAL

Samuel Dorsi -
Set to open in 2023, the Portuguese city of Estoril announced opening the first International Tourism Academy certified by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). It will house a training center for t...

CANADIAN TOURISM STRATEGY LACKS FRANCOPHONE TOURISM

Andrew J. Wein -
While the Government of Canada, through Minister Mélanie Joly, has released its new tourism strategy, the Economic Development and Employability Network (RDÉE Canada) notes with a lot of concern the a...

BELGIAN TOURISM: BRUSSELS NUMBERS STEADILY INCREASING

Samuel Dorsi -
According to the latest figures from the Belgian Statistical Office, Belgian tourism is doing very well. In the Walloon Region, the number of nights booked increased by 5% last year and similar figure...

TOURISM IN QUEBEC REPORTED DECREASING NUMBERS

Samuel Dorsi -
While Quebec reported record tourism activity in 2018, this year’s summer marks a drop in the numbers of about 1.6%....

FRENCH TOURISM CONFEDERATION TO REPRESENT THE INDUSTRY

Daniel A. Tanner -
Fourteen professional organizations and associations from the French tourism sector announced last week that they will be uniting under the same confederation, mainly in order to “champion tourism iss...
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