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Timmins hotel specializing in professional clientele

Timmins hotel specializing in professional clientele

An international brand name with a stellar reputation is bringing visitors into Timmins’ newest hotel. Hampton Inn by Hilton Hotel opened its six-storey, 115-room Timmins property in April, 2015.
Holiday Inn transformation like “night and day”

Holiday Inn transformation like “night and day”

If there’s anyone who understands how to make a stay at a hotel feel like coming home, it’s Khalil Halani. The U.S.-born Halani was raised in the hospitality industry by his Ugandan father who started as a dishwasher in a Vancouver hotel at 13.
Lake Nipissing excursion ship caters to the corporate crowd

Lake Nipissing excursion ship caters to the corporate crowd

Sightseeing boat cruises have been a staple for generations of residents and cottagers living along the shore of Lake Nipissing stretching back to the 1800s.
Province considering bear hunt expansion

Province considering bear hunt expansion

The province is considering an expansion of the spring black bear hunt pilot it introduced in 2014. On Oct.
Sault to host tourism summit in November

Sault to host tourism summit in November

Sault Ste. Marie will host the Northern Ontario Tourism Summit in November. The second annual tourism summit will take place Nov. 16 to 18 at the Quattro Hotel and Conference Centre .
Minaki Yurt Adventures provide outside-the-box lodgings

Minaki Yurt Adventures provide outside-the-box lodgings

More than 20 years ago, Nadene and Jordy McBride decided to create a back-to-nature retreat that was a little off-the-beaten path.
Meet and greet at Hockey Heritage North

Meet and greet at Hockey Heritage North

A money-losing museum in Kirkland Lake has found new purpose as a state-of-the-art convention centre. Hockey Heritage North is experiencing a rebirth as a popular community gathering place for social, training and corporate events.

Major facelift for Fort Frances hotel

Bryce Campbell wants the Copper River Inn & Conference Centre to be the preferred place for meetings and conventions in the Rainy River district of northwestern Ontario.
Aboriginal training institute aims to be meetings host

Aboriginal training institute aims to be meetings host

An Aboriginal training institute is aiming to host large-scale conferences in Kenora by renovating space at a former high school. Seven Generations Education Institute received almost $1.
Boutique hotel offering alternative accommodation in Timmins

Boutique hotel offering alternative accommodation in Timmins

In an unassuming building in the heart of downtown Timmins’ core sits an alternative in accommodation for the weary traveller looking for something different than a traditional hotel room.