People & Profiles

  • Saskatchewan

    Credit Union Centre can convert the Arena Level into 70,000 sq. ft. of exhibitor space and also has an additional 40,000 sq. ft. of space on the Concourse level.

  • British Columbia

    Natalie Lajoie didn’t have to look far when choosing a location for her company’s next meeting.In fact, she’d already been there. In her role as manager of conferences and special projects for Electro-Federation Canada, Lajoiewas first introduced to Kelowna five years ago. Impressed by its scenic lakeside location and ample meeting facilities, it didn’t take her long tofall in love with this bustling British Columbia community of more than 100,000 residents. She’s now confident the same will hold true for delegates…

  • Big skies, open opportunities

    Picture the Canadian Prairies and you’ll most likely conjure up images of vast grasslands, wheat fields and big open skies. It’s an area known for its laid-back nature, friendly people and historic past. Centrally located in the heart of Canada, the Prairie Provinces include Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta – -all of which are easily accessible by plane, train and automobile. Therefore, meeting delegates looking for a convenient destination to do business are wise to choose the Prairies. However, the Prairies…

  • Go West

    Meeting planners who choose British Columbia as the destination for their next big meeting or event will reach new heights with their attending delegates. Canada’s most Western province is blessed with beauty, culture and a great climate year-round.

  • La Belle Province Quebec offers Old World Charm, New World Amenities

    If you visit Quebec and feel like you’ve left the country, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Quebec has forged such a unique personality, with its delightful blend of Old and New World, that it is a province loaded with strong North American and European influences.

  • Ottawa and Outaouais

    The nation’s capital embodies all that is great about Canada — cultural diversity, beautiful scenery and a vibrant arts and business community. With its impressive national sites, monuments and symbols where visitors can experience the best of the nation, Ottawa is a unique and inspiring destination to visit and, of course, to live.

  • A Taste for Leadership Chef Raj Gupta

    Raj Gupta always saw himself being a leader — mainly a leader in the kitchen. “I always wanted to be a chef because cooking was my passion,” says Gupta, who grew-up in New Delhi, India before venturing abroad and establishing himself as a world-class chef.

  • Executive Chef Jean-Michel Breton

    It was at the fantastic gourmet feast, La Fete Des Saveurs, hosted by the Table Agrotouristique de Charlevoix in Quebec, that I first met Jean-Michel Breton, Executive Chef at Le Manoir Richelieu.

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