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1 B.C. hospitality industry facing major staff shortages just weeks before international tourists return
2 B.C. business operators cautiously excited about return to near normal
3 Tourism operators, hotels and restaurants brace for impact of B.C. wildfires
4 B.C. premier commits support for tourism industry reeling from wildfires, COVID-19
5 B.C. wildfire evacuees scramble for hotels
6 'It's a nightmare': B.C. district calls for more resources as hotels fill amid wildfire season
7 B.C. Hotel Association says it's not up to its members to police travel restrictions
8 MultiBrief: Hotel industry trying to capitalize on vaccinated tourists, but continues to face obstacles
9 B.C. tourism industry dealing with pandemic, wildfires and record staffing shortages
10 Hoteliers relish plans to reopen Canada-U.S. border
11 Workers rally at Edmonton hotel over B.C. layoffs, boycotting group of hotels
12 B.C. tourism staffing shortages impact some operations
13 Horgan commits support for tourism industry reeling from wildfires, COVID
14 Vaccine passports get applause from local hospitality industry
15 "It's devastating": BC's hotels call for support while preparing for travel ban | Venture
16 COVID-19: B.C. businesses gear up as pandemic restrictions relaxed
17 ‘Dozens,’ perhaps hundreds, of sudden deaths in B.C. blamed on extreme heat
18 Staffing remains a challenge as tourists return to Whistler
19 BC region calls for more wildfire resources
20 B.C. hotel industry faces ‘dire labour shortage,’ with travel restrictions ending soon
21 B.C. travellers coming to Vancouver Island as wildfires sweep mainland
22 BC Hotel Association Ushers In New Era With New Chair Bryan Pilbeam And 2020 Board Of Directors
23 B.C. hotels prepare to welcome back guests with eventual lifting of restrictions
24 Rain Helps Wildfire Situation in the Northwest -- but much of BC still burning
25 Cruise ships back in 2022? Word expected today
26 Canadian women mine more Olympic gold and B.C.'s killer heat: In The News for July 30
27 Rebuilding Lytton: Difficult, complicated, and controversial
28 Commercial accommodations scarce for TNRD evacuees
29 Industry worries how B.C. hotels will survive despite loans, grants for hospitality sector
30 Hotel associations push back against any potential ban on inter-provincial, non-essential travel restrictions
31 B.C. hotels won't be cancelling out-of-town bookings, despite government saying otherwise
32 Pandemic ravages B.C. tourism and hospitality businesses
33 Whistler wilting under record-breaking heat
34 Amid grim times, Canadian hotel industry eyes recovery
35 B.C. tourism sector targets ‘Mission Possible’ during virtual conference
36 Today’s coronavirus news: Alberta lifts almost all COVID-19 restrictions; B.C. enters next phase of reopening plan
37 New hotel plans point to post-pandemic optimism
38 Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City Reveals Five of the City’s Hidden Gems
39 Vancouver Island Tourism teaming up with British Columbia Hotel Association to promote local travel
40 Business notes: Tabitha's Beauty Oasis opens in Duncan – BC Local News
41 B.C. tourism sector hunkers down as out-of-region visitors told to stay away
42 BC hospitality association blasts 'selfish, arrogant and irresponsible' restaurants that defy COVID-19 orders
43 Wildfires boosting Kamloops hotel stays while tourists fill rooms in Okanagan | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
44 ‘Light at the end of the tunnel’ B.C.’s tourism industry appreciates restart roadmap
45 High speed electric vehicle charger coming to Terrace – BC Local News
46 The Latest: Like Phantom: Broadway require masks at theaters
47 COVID-19: B.C.'s hotel industry facing closures, mass layoffs
48 Heat wave prompts unusual demand to retrofit buildings with air conditioning
49 Hotel association calls for deferment of 2020 property taxes to help industry survive
50 'Too hot': British Columbians flock to hotels for air conditioning
51 Worst air quality on the planet engulfs British Columbia
52 The Latest: Staffers in La Gov. Edwards office test positive
53 Speidel, Shirley Ross (1916-1994)
54 Martin Stitt has been appointed Senior Vice President of Operations at Hotel Equities in Edmonton
55 Meet the 40 Under 40 Class of 2021
56 New hotel plans shows proof of life
57 More overnight visitors going to Central Okanagan but fewer spending time or money in hotels
58 B.C.'s recovery economy: Tourism, hospitality sector outlines future needs
59 Comment: Tourism campaign aims to keep both visitors and locals safe
60 What to expect if you're booking a hotel in B.C. this summer
61 Tourism, hospitality sector digs in for 2nd COVID summer amid wait for border re-opening – Peace Arch News
62 Hospitality industry was 'on a roll' in city, prior to pandemic
63 Hospitality insurance has skyrocketed, putting pressure on already struggling hotels
64 Coronavirus pandemic has 30-40% of B.C. hotels facing insolvency, says industry
65 Canadian Hotels Dying as Border Talks Heat Up
66 Kamloops' Pilbeam new chair of BC Hotel Association
67 Critical Support Still Needed For Tourism, Hospitality and Accommodation
68 New BC travel restrictions likely to hit Okanagan harder than Kamloops | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
69 Development of the economy of Uzbekistan in the first half of 2021
70 'Do you have air conditioning?': Hotels, restaurants see influx of locals on the hunt for cool
71 Fed up with working from home? Vancouver hotel offers rooms during the day
72 What will the federal budget mean for tourism?
73 Hotel industry may take two years to recover from pandemic impact
74 BC Hotel Association says Many Postponed Events likely Won't be Made Up
75 B.C.'s restaurants and bars are thousands of workers short as reopening gathers pace, association says
76 Hotels now have reason for optimism
77 Why Sectoral Bargaining Matters for the Labor Movement
78 'Stay local': BC tourism groups back COVID-19 travel ban – Parksville Qualicum Beach News
79 Island hotels stagger under new travel rules, running at 'razor-thin' occupancy levels
80 Ashley Graham shows off baby bump in latest Instagram post
81 Calgary hotels asked if they'd promote Alberta's contact-tracing app in exchange for eased restrictions
82 B.C. tourism industry decries premier's inquiries to implement travel ban
83 COVID-19 update for April 23: B.C. tourism sector hunkers down | 1,001 new cases, 486 people hospitalized | B.C. announces new travel restrictions | PM Justin Trudeau gets vaccinated with AstraZeneca
84 B.C. hotel workers to hold hunger strike at B.C. legislature
85 Women hotel workers fear replacement by minimum wage labour | Ricochet
86 Feds detail criteria for hotels to host travellers for mandatory COVID-19 quarantine
87 Hotel investor hunts for distressed assets
88 N.S. hotels fear tourists will travel elsewhere without clear COVID-19 reopening plan
89 Hotel Equities Names Martin Stitt as Senior Vice President
90 VCH hospitality workers 18 and up among those eligible to book COVID-19 vaccines
91 Alberta hospitality industry requests inclusion in next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations
92 British Columbia restricts travel in the province to fight COVID spread
93 How the new travel restrictions will impact B.C.'s tourism industry | Watch News Videos Online
94 Workers rally to fight for jobs amid coronavirus epidemic; dire time for hotels
95 Firefighters working to contain fire at Barrie propane facility
96 Hardest hit business aid starts February 1
97 Breaking down all three of Raptors' draft picks
98 COVID-19: Metro Vancouver hospitality’s front line still slammed by pandemic
99 Canadian Organizations Call for Resumption of Cruising
100 Manitoba unveils relief program for COVID-ravaged hospitality sector