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Abitibi Consolidated targets complete forest certification by 2005 (09/03)

Abitibi-Consolidated’s Fort William Woodlands Division has added 800,000 hectares of forested land under certification.

Today’s tourist looking to push personal limits (03/04)

By ANDREW WAREING When Jennifer East is looking for who her competitors are in the world of kayaking and adventure tourism, she is not just looking down the street. The fact is, that lodge down the road might actually be an ally.

New laws place outfitters in same boat as travel agents (11/03)

By IAN ROSS Ecotourism operators in northeastern Ontario are balking at paying government licensing fees that classify them as registered travel agents under new provincial consumer protection laws.

Golf course project driving job creation (11/03)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE There is a certain pride that comes with taking control of one’s destiny, and Shane Jourdain and Chief Chuck McPherson’s chest fills when one of their own people escort them through the new 18-hole par-72 championship golf course t

Tourism bookings hit all-time low for operator (11/03)

By ANDREW WAREING For many tourism operators in Timiskaming, 2003 started on a sour note and many in the industry claim business has just continued downhill from there.

Guide offers event info (03/04)

When it comes to the question of where visitors to the North of Superior region come from, it is a demographic that is split 50/50, says North of Superior Tourism Association (NOSTA) executive director Bruce Fallen.

Tourism proposal (11/03)

The federal Ministry of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) is providing funding of $60,900 to a northwestern Ontario First Nation community for the exploration of tourism business opportunities.

Tourism proposal (11/03)

The federal Ministry of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) is providing funding of $60,900 to a northwestern Ontario First Nation community for the exploration of tourism business opportunities.

Tourism bookings hit all-time low for operator (8/03)

By ANDREW WAREING For many tourism operators in Timiskaming, 2003 started on a sour note and many in the industry claim business has just continued downhill from there.

New laws place outfitters in same boat as travel agents (8/03)

By IAN ROSS Ecotourism operators in northeastern Ontario are balking at paying government licensing fees that classify them as registered travel agents under new provincial consumer protection laws.