Huge tower and new subway entrance could soon transform Toronto intersection

A sky-scraping tower, new height for an existing building, and some striking low-rise buildings — including a rebuilt subway entrance — could soon combine to redefine a corner of Toronto's College and University intersection.Plans to expand and modernize the swooping Ontario Power Building at the intersection's southwest corner have been in the works since mid-2020.…

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Niagara Falls planning a magical lights festival this year

Light festivals have become a staple activity during the holiday season and now you can attend a massive light festival just by the falls.The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights is hosting its 39th annual lights festival this year. Located in Niagara Falls, the festival is an hour and a half drive from the city. Winter Festival…

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IPW Update: Children will be Granted “Narrow Exception” for Travel to US

Unvaccinated children under a certain age will be granted a “narrow exception” for future entry into the United States, but will most likely have to provide a negative Covid test, according to a US administration official. Sarah Morgenthau, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Travel & Tourism at the U.S. Department of Health. ITTN spoke to Sarah…

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America Re-Opens: Irish Trade Reaction

It’s a positive day for all in the travel trade as we celebrate the incredible and long-awaited news that America will be open for travel for vaccinated travellers from November. While we await the details on the exact date, we wanted to have a look at what the reaction has been among the Irish trade.…

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Congratulations to Our Editor in Chief

A massive congratulations to our Editor in Chief Fionn Davenport on winning the US Travel Association Travel Writer of the Year! This is a fantastic achievement and so well deserved. Fionn has been writing about travel for over 20 years.  This includes guidebooks for Lonely Planet, Irish Times, Irish Independent, the Independent and the Daily…

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Ryerson is getting a new Indigenous art installation on campus

Ryerson University will announce this week that a new Indigenous public art installation is coming to campus.  The school says the art piece is the result of a multi-year project  worked on by the university's Truth and Reconciliation Strategic Working Group and members of the school's Indigenous community.  An Instagram account ran by Indigenous students called "@wreckonciliation_x_university"…

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Schitt’s Creek reunion goes off the rails at 2021 Emmys and the videos are hilarious

The Canadian sitcom Schitt's Creek and its loveable stars have somehow once again become the talk of the Emmys for 2021, despite the fact that the show aired its last episode in early 2020 and thus boasted zero nominations this year. Comedy icons Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara, along with Levy's son, newly-minted A-lister Dan Levy, and Canadian actress Annie Murphy, appeared together…

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Supplier of the Week: Princess Cruises

Our Supplier of the Week is Princess Cruises. Princess Cruises is one of the best-known names in cruises, and the fastest-growing international premium cruise line and tour company, operating a fleet of 14 modern cruise ships, carrying two million guests each year to 380 destinations around the globe. In this video, Senior Sales Manager Rebecca…

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