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I’ve been asked quite a bit about the Prince Rupert hotel tax lately.
Tourism is a cornerstone of Prince Rupert. The Museum and Archives both have ample collections of Grand Trunk Pacific promotional material
Prince Rupert received fantastic exposure when Inland Air was featured on a recent episode of The Big Decision.
In the British Columbia tourism industry we operate under a three-tier system.
It is often said that tourism is an “industry of industries.”
Last week I wrote about the B.C. Coastal Ferries Consultation and Engagement process.
I can’t help feeling as if we’re stuck in a real-life version of the movie 50 First Dates - you know, the Adam Sandler flick.
On Monday it was my privilege to present the sixth annual Walter Smith Visionary Award.
It’s been awhile since I talked about the Travel Northern BC mobile web application.
I’m supposed to be writing my column. Instead I’ve become ensnared by a file folder full of my old columns.
You’re expecting me to rant and rave about BC Ferries, aren’t you?
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned the architecture of Prince Rupert in a column about churches.
Prince Rupert has always been a major transportation hub.
There are a number of things that make Rupert unique even in the north, but one of them is our historical architecture
Yes, visitors do sometimes say things that make us smile and shake our heads.
Whenever travel writers, tour operators, or other industry partners come to Prince Rupert, we start by giving them a driving tour.
The question sometimes arises about the potential for Chinese tourism to Prince Rupert.
Tales of war are always a hit with visitors to Prince Rupert.
When we host visiting travel writers or tour operators, the stories we tell are almost as well received as the sights and experiences.
As we experience a successful tourism season, it surprises me to see one online commentator proclaim tire traffic this year to be terrible.