Latest Canadian Tourism Commission Stories

2013-02-08 23:02:32

The 8th annual digital tourism marketing conference Online Revealed Canada, which will be held this year at Caesars Hotel and Casino in Windsor, ON, announces $100 Early Bird Discount off of registration

2012-12-15 05:02:58

A Couple of Chicks eMarketing™ announces collaboration with Miles Partnership, Canada Tourism Commission and other leaders in tourism marketing to develop an International Destination Marketing

2011-03-15 11:02:00

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) and DDB Canada (the CTC's agency of record) today unveiled an innovative approach to online advertising: the result of a collaboration with Google Maps and Street View that virtually transports travelers onto real Canadian city streets with the simple click of a mouse.

2011-03-10 11:56:00

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Lance Saunders, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of DDB Canada's Vancouver office, is pleased to announce that Michelle Kitchen has been appointed Vice President, Business Director. Kitchen is responsible for the strategic development and management of global communication plans for the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC), with DDB Canada's Vancouver office serving as the core leadership hub.

2010-11-17 10:54:00

DODGEVILLE, Wis., Nov. 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- For more than 25 years, shoppers around the world have trusted Lands' End outerwear to keep them warm, dry and looking great during their travels. Now three lucky winners and their friends will have a chance to put their gear to good use.

2010-11-05 08:34:00

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2010-10-12 13:09:00

DODGEVILLE, Wis., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Many have dreamed of skiing the white powder of Canada's Protected Playground(TM) in Alberta, of indulging in the rich French-inspired culture of Quebec or breathing in the crisp Yukon air.

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