Corporate Travel & Incentives

  • Party Bus 101: Getting the most from your mobile event

    You’ve booked the bus, set the date, and sent the invites. Now that your party bus is ready to roll, here are some tips to get the most out of your road trip. Setting the stage There’s a party bus for every crowd. Whether you’re taking the team on a multi-stop adventure, providing transportation for a city-wide pub-crawl, hosting a children’s birthday party, or treating the team to an upscale night out, there are ample ways to set a specific…

  • Upgrading Your Event at Halifax Convention Centre

    Advances in audio, visual, and online technologies have the potential to take events to the next level. Unlocking that potential means knowing your options, understanding your limits, and pairing with a venue that can deliver. The team at Halifax Convention Centre is no stranger to the power of meeting and event tech. Over the years, they have helped clients wield cutting edge AV gear to elevate everything from entertainment expos, industry conferences, concerts, and beyond. Doing so, however, has meant…

  • Quebec City launches exclusive event promotion

    From river cruises to spa retreats, and world-renowned festivals to unparalleled culinary experiences, Québec City has no shortage of experiences for visitors to explore. Now, thanks to a new promotion between Québec City Business Destination and its members, meeting and event planners have the opportunity to add an exclusive VIP experience to their program. “We wanted to share the very best of Québec City with meeting planners and their attendees,” explains Ann Cantin, Director of Communication and Marketing for Québec…

  • A New Chapter at Centre Mont-Royal

    Q&A with the Montreal venues new general manager 19 years after joining Centre Mont-Royal’s founding team, Luis Ribeiro is now general manager of the iconic Montreal venue. We reached out to learn his plans and discover what’s next for the city’s premier event destination. Now that you’ve had a few months to settle into your new role, what’s on your radar? My priority as general manager is to keep the Centre steady and moving in the right direction, which our…

  • 5 Reasons to Book the Halifax Convention Centre

    Since cutting its ribbon in 2017, the Halifax Convention Centre has provided a number of unique features, promotions, and local flavours that continue to make the venue a top pick for event planners. Here’s a highlight of what will keep guests and planners coming back to Halifax. No vision too big Size matters when it comes to making your vision a reality. And as planners who have entrusted their vision to the Halifax Convention Centre, there’s room to spare. The…

  • Setting Milestones and Memories at Centre Mont-Royal

    General Manager Luis Ribeiro on the Montreal venue’s past, present, and future These are transformative years for Montreal’s Centre Mont-Royal. With the iconic venue’s 20th anniversary on approach, we spoke to its newly installed general manager, Luis Ribeiro, to reflect on its evolution and future ambitions. You recently became general manager after serving for years as director of marketing and sales. What’s your plan now that you’re in the big seat? It’s a big seat, but considering all the time…

  • Building Teams, Driving Success

    Toronto’s Circusbus Party Bus owner weighs in on what makes a staff event stand out They’re the boots on the ground. The brains of your operation. The lifeblood of your organization. Your staff is quintessential to your success, so when it comes to rewarding them outside of the office, it pays to go the distance. “Staff social functions are a prime opportunity to build loyalty and communicate how much they’re appreciated by their employers,” insists Michael Watson, Owner of Toronto’s…

  • Québec City Q&A: A planner’s take on Québec’s capital destination

    Québec City is a go-to destination for event planners from Canada and internationally, offering a uniquely Canadian setting that not only draws meeting planners and their conference delegates, but keeps them coming back for personal vacations. Heather Dow, Senior Manager for Events & Management Plus Inc., (EM+) is among the many planners who have experienced the allure of Québec City first-hand. She has brought her events to the capital city more than a dozen times over the last decade and…

  • Air Canada adds capacity on transcontinental routes in response to WestJet strike

    In response to the strike vote mandate given by WestJet’s pilots, Air Canada yesterday announced it has now added capacity on key transcontinental routes by up-gauging aircraft on certain flights from its primary global hub in Toronto to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Montreal, Ottawa and Halifax, from Vancouver to Calgary and Edmonton and from Calgary to Montreal. Travellers who may be concerned about the uncertainty resulting from WestJet’s strike vote mandate can book Air Canada with confidence. With our flexible and diverse fleet,…

  • Egencia Travel Policy Insights take flight: traveller choice dominates corporate bookings

    Press Release Egencia, a leading global travel management company, yesterday released its Egencia Travel Policy Insights: Global Air Edition to highlight findings on air policy trends among its global travellers*. The findings show that companies’ concern for improved traveller satisfaction, productivity and talent retention can lead to trends in how policies are defined around the world. Business travel makes up an important component of the $1.6 trillion travel market, and many business trips are not guided by company travel policies.…

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