People & Profiles

  • Taboo Resort’s chef tees up exceptional cuisine

    Taboo Resort Golf & Spa, located in Gravenhurst, Ontario on the shores of the striking Lake Muskoka, less than two hours north of Toronto, is the ultimate retreat for city dwellers. Set in more than 1,000 acres of cottage country, it is noted for its luxurious accommodations, sandy beaches, water-based sports and highly acclaimed golf course.

  • Niagara Falls

    Picture yourself aboard an 80-foot vessel charging against the powerful current of the waves. The hot sun is beating down on you, but a cool mist gently caresses your face keeping you comfortable and refreshed. You may be surrounded by hundreds of other people but the only thing you’re focused on is the hundreds of thousands of gallons of water that is majestically descending over the brink.

  • Chef William Huang

    I’ve been involved in many restaurant launches during my career, but none excite me like Bliss Restaurant & Bar, says Executive Chef William Huang at the opening of the new spacious eating-place at Hilton Toronto Airport.

  • Distinctively Ontario

    The commercials say it all – there’s no place like this. Ontario is a hot spot for inspiring getaways — for business and pleasure. Its mix of urban culture and pristine nature serve up memorable experiences whether you visit Toronto, Niagara Falls or Ottawa. Although all places offer world-class accommodations, facilities and adventure, they each have distinct qualities that individually make them unique and collectively make Ontario the great province it is. Toronto serves up delegates an urban experience not…

  • Canada’s tourist gems

    Creating memorable events at first-rate destinations without falling into the “been there, done that” trap presents more challenges than ever these days. Why not look beyond the obvious choices to find some unique gems within Canada’s top tourist destinations? Here are some fresh ideas from across the country.

  • The Prairies are a meeting goldmine

    By Jamie Zachary Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta thriving on booming economy From Winnipeg to Calgary and Lethbridge to Moose Jaw, the corporate meetings and events industry is booming in the Canadian Prairies. One visit to this diverse region proves why. Home to vast farmland, majestic mountains, bustling urban hubs and secret getaways, the region has a richness that is unique to Canada. Where else can you host a meeting in an 18th-century former trading post, and then lounge on one…

  • Seeing the Old West in a new light

    Fuelled by Alberta’s booming oil industry and overall strong economy, meeting planners from across the globe are seeing ‘The Old West’ in a new light.

  • The Thousand Islands

    The Thousand Islands has always been known as a vacation hotspot for its spectacular scenery and bountiful outdoor recreational opportunities such as boating, fishing, diving and golf. But it’s also a region embedded with history, culture and stylish small-town charm. For these reasons and more, millions trek to the Thousand Islands to get away from it all. But it’s also become a favourite amongst meeting delegates who want to get the job done and have fun doing it.

  • Yours to Discover

    Where else in the world can you sample some of the greatest wines, tee off at award-winning golf courses, dine at five-star restaurants, delve into historic sites, visit stunning castles and take in the culture of one of the greatest urban hubs of the globe all within a mere couple of hours drive from one another than in Ontario? That’s what makes the region so unique and why meeting delegates are choosing the province as the place to do business. Ontario…

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