Incentive Canada

Rowe, Megan
May 2006
Financial & Insurance Meetings;May/Jun2006, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p59
Trade Publication
The article offers insight on the state of the financial and insurance meetings planning and hotel industries in Canada as of May 2006. One of the reasons why Canadian destinations are an attractive choice for incentive planners is provided. The average occupancy rate nationwide in Canada for 2005, along with average hotel rate, are presented. An update on the condition of the convention facilities offered in hotels across Canada are also provided.


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