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January 20, 2021

 

This week we look at the movement toward regenerative travel, which goes beyond sustainability to actually leave a destination better off, along with B.C.’s efforts to create its own pandemic bubble to restrict interprovincial travelers, and places to go winter biking in Canada.

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Sustainable travel
 
In B.C., a regenerative tourism model heralds sustainable change in the industry
 

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  In B.C., a regenerative tourism model heralds sustainable change in the industry
 

Chloe Berge

 
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In 2021, let’s work toward the end of ‘toxic’ travel and the start of ‘slow’ travel
 

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In 2021, let’s work toward the end of ‘toxic’ travel and the start of ‘slow’ travel
 

Rebecca Tucker

 
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Winter activities
 
Travel news: Ice biking debuts in Canada at Calgary’s Bowness Park
 

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  Travel news: Ice biking debuts in Canada at Calgary’s Bowness Park
 

Waheeda Harris

 
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Ski resorts in Western Canada hit by COVID-19 outbreaks despite business slump
 

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Ski resorts in Western Canada hit by COVID-19 outbreaks despite business slump
 

Xiao Xu

 
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Business travel
 
‘A devastatingly poor year’: Why the outlook for business travel remains bleak
 

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‘A devastatingly poor year’: Why the outlook for business travel remains bleak
 

Matt Lundy

 
Economics Reporter
 
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In the news
 
British Columbia looks to create its own pandemic bubble
 

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British Columbia looks to create its own pandemic bubble
 

Justine Hunter

 
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Picturesque lighthouse at Nova Scotia’s Peggys Cove to get viewing platform
 

The Canadian Press

  Picturesque lighthouse at Nova Scotia’s Peggys Cove to get viewing platform
 

Michael MacDonald

 
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Ottawa may use border data to prevent vacationers from applying for quarantine benefit
 

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Ottawa may use border data to prevent vacationers from applying for quarantine benefit
 

Jordan Press

 
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  Air Canada blames new testing rules as airline cuts staff, suspends routes
 

Eric Atkins

 
Transportation Reporter
 
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Porter Airlines again delays restart, sets March 29 as new tentative date
 
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  Air traffic controller Nav Canada reports ‘staggering’ drop in flights last year due to COVID-19
 
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  Delta says 2021 will be ‘the year of recovery’ after posting its first annual loss in 11 years
 

Tracy Rucinski

 
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Carnival reports preliminary loss of nearly $2-billion as pandemic keeps cruise industry on hold
 
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In case you missed it
 
The Canadian is coming back – here’s why everyone should take the train
 

Illustration by April Dela Noche Milne

The Canadian is coming back – here’s why everyone should take the train
 

Moira Walker

 
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