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  • Marriott Nanaimo

    Courtyard by Marriott Nanaimo Opens

      The Courtyard by Marriott Nanaimo, a highly anticipated 172-key business-class hotel, has officially opened on the east coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia. This new hotel positions the City of Nanaimo for further growth while also honouring the Snuneymuxw First Nation’s rich history, art, and culture. Located at 100 Gordon Street adjacent to the Vancouver Island Conference Centre, the Courtyard by Marriott Nanaimo represents a significant collaborative effort between PEG, the Snuneymuxw First Nation, the City of Nanaimo, and other…

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  • Marriott Espace Laval

    Marriott Joins Mixed-Use Project in Laval

      A new Courtyard by Marriott hotel will be an integral part of Espace Montmorency, a mixed-use development in the heart of Laval. The $45-million hotel is slated to open in fall 2022. Espace Montmorency, an urban hub directly connected to Montréal’s underground network via the Montmorency metro station, will feature offices, cafés, restaurants, 717 residential units and inviting green spaces, which will create a vibrant and animated new space for the community and visitors. The Courtyard by Marriott hotel…

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    Marriott To Redesign Courtyard Hotels

      Courtyard by Marriott has launched a modern design evolution and robust renovation strategy for North America. More than 375 of the earliest generation hotels throughout the United States and Canada are expected to be modernized with exterior renovations by 2024, including prominent displays of the refreshed Courtyard logo. Many hotels are also expected to be complemented by new interior design in their public spaces and guest rooms. “Over 38 years ago, Courtyard was the first hotel brand specifically for…

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  • Unifor members at Courtyard by Marriott achieve major job security gains

    Press Release Workers at the Courtyard by Marriott in Toronto are the fourth Local 7575 unit to negotiate significant improvements after joining Unifor. Unifor has achieved a guarantee that there will be no conversion of the hotel to condominiums for the duration of the collective agreement. “Like so many hotel workers in Toronto, Courtyard members were staring down the barrel of imminent condominium conversion,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. “Winning job security for the duration of this collective agreement is such a critical…

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