Toronto Zoo temporarily closed due to COVID-19 pandemic


The Toronto Zoo was temporarily closed due to the adoption by the authorities of the Canadian province of Ontario of stricter sanitary and epidemiological measures to curb the spread of a highly contagious strain of the COVID-19 variant

The Ontario authorities to invest $100 million in the tourism industry


The government of Ontario is investing 100 million Canadian dollars in the tourism sector of this English-speaking province of Canada to help it recover from the impact of COVID-19

Montreal received 1 million CAD to support local tourism


The authorities of Montreal, the administrative capital of the French-speaking province of Canada - Quebec, received 1 million Canadian dollars from the federal government of the country to support a campaign to revive local tourism

Quebec extends residents' accommodation discounts to boost tourism


In particular, the authorities are responsible for paying half of the living expenses in Montreal, the administrative center of Quebec

Disastrous tourist season for Montreal


Visits to major attractions in Montreal in June and August decreased as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic by 75 %, and hotel occupancy in the –°anadian metropolis was only 15%

Quebec to create a protected area on the Anticosti Island


The government of the canadian province of Quebec has announced plans to create a nature reserve for biodiversity conservation on Anticosti Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Canada's tourism industry is crying out for help


Charlotte Bell, head of the Tourism industry association of Canada (TIAC), called on the country's authorities to develop a plan to provide targeted assistance to the tourism sector in the period after the end of the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 deals a significant blow to Canada's cruise industry


Canadian Federal Transport Minister Mark Garneau announced that cruise ships carrying one hundred or more passengers will be banned from Canadian waters until November

Canada's national parks are closed to the public until May 31


All previously made reservations will be automatically canceled and the funds will be refunded in full

Canada offers to watch the Aurora Borealis online


The Churchill Northern Studies Center in Manitoba offers travelers who are in the context of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic unable to travel to the North pole to observe the Northern lights to remotely, enjoy this natural phenomenon in real time

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