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The Christmas shopping season is already bringing many more people into downtown Vancouver each day, and if they have a lot of people on their list, they'll be faced with the question, "where do I park?".
Without a chance to brush up on my poor speaking or understanding of French, I was whisked away from LA to MontrA©al, Canada after an invite came into my inbox to attend the 3rd annual world music conference/festival, Mundial MontrA©al ! But who's complaining? If there's anything worthy of complaining, coming from sunny LA -- especially ... (more)
Magnuson Hotels, the world's largest independent hotel group, announced today the complete rebranding of the M-Star Royal Oak Inn in Toronto, Ontario.
Pop-up shops are nothing new in retail. Over the past decade they've become a go-to way to introduce new products and drive quick sales and buzz for brands.
Snow fell by the foot across the Upper Great Lakes and Northern Plains as winter storms threatened to coat highways, power lines and trees with ice as far south as Texas.
A travel coordinator for an oil and gas company, Paolo Oliveros always advises his clients visiting Alberta in the winter to dress right for the frigid weather.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your cash registers. December means it's the heart of the holiday shopping season, and while Canadians increasingly rely on e-commerce , there's no need to give mall merchants the Tiny Tim treatment yet.
From October 24 to 28, 1,600 yellow four-by-six inch plywood cards were dropped from various "high risk" locations along the route that up to 400 tankers will travel if the proposed Kinder Morgan, Trans Mountain pipeline expansion goes ahead.
Police are guiding traffic through the one open lane, but they say as soon as the crane being used to right the truck arrives, both lanes will be closed.
Model Milk chef and owner Justin Leboe in the original Model Milk factory on 17th Avenue S.W. in Calgary.
Three young people who chased a man into an icy northern lake two years ago and threatened to beat him if he returned to shore hung their heads as a judge sentenced them to time in custody and warned ... Saskatoon officials are understandably perplexed about what criteria the city should use to put capital projects on the federal government's most ... (more)
Canada is not ready to respond to an oil tanker spill - large or small - in the Strait of Juan de Fuca or inland waters shared by Washington's San Juan Islands and British Columbia's Gulf Islands, according to a panel appointed by pro-oil Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
America really is the land of the automobile a nation of gas guzzlers, and the spiritual home of the road trip.
U.S. retailers looking north in their quest for growth should consider the frosty reception Canada has so far given trendy discounter Target Corp On the surface, Canada seems a good bet for retailers tiptoeing outside the United States, with Nordstrom and Saks among those now lined up to test the market.
Attention dinosaur fans: Here's a chance to chum around with giant prehistoric beasts in one of their favorite stomping grounds.