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Aboriginal Tourism Ontario to host first conference this April

Aboriginal Tourism Ontario will host its inaugural Business Tourism Conference April 6 to 8 at Casino Rama.
Thunder Bay airport assesses runway, terminal improvements

Thunder Bay airport assesses runway, terminal improvements

It’s a plan-ahead year for management at the Thunder Bay International Airports Authority with design work in the queue on a little-used runway and the terminal building.
Red Rock lodge offers seclusion, access to nature

Red Rock lodge offers seclusion, access to nature

Ray Rivard calls the North Shore of Lake Superior one of the least exposed and underappreciated areas of Ontario.
Thunder Bay tourism companies join forces on adventure travel

Thunder Bay tourism companies join forces on adventure travel

Two Thunder Bay tourism adventure companies have made the bucket list of things to see and do in Ontario.
Cochrane lands charter service

Cochrane lands charter service

In order to make an 8 a.m.
North Bay enhances arena experience

North Bay enhances arena experience

More upgrades are in the offing for North Bay’s flagship arena to repurpose and promote it as a bona fide multi-purpose event venue.
Shipping up to Sioux Lookout

Shipping up to Sioux Lookout

Behind the exterior vinyl cladding covering the Days Inn in Sioux Lookout is a unique substructure, which, if you didn’t know it was there you’d never suspect it.
Sault EDC purchases ski resort

Sault EDC purchases ski resort

The Economic Development Corp. (EDC) in Sault Ste. Marie has purchased Searchmont Resort , with an aim of evolving the skiing facility into a four-season tourism destination. The EDC said the Dec. 30 purchase, from the Searchmont Ski Association Inc.

Provincial funding for Nipigon waterfront

Nipigon’s waterfront and its tourist attractions will be undergoing a makeover with assistance from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund.
Salzburger Hof specializes in time away from city life

Salzburger Hof specializes in time away from city life

At 82, Ann Elsigan keeps up a breakneck pace that would challenge a resort operator half her age. As the host at Salzburger Hof, a lakeside resort on the shores of Lake Superior, she’s up at 8 a.m.