According to CBC News, the city of Calgary has announced its plans to convert three downtown towers into residential housing and hotel units.
Latest issue of STAY Magazine launched at #WCLC2023
The latest issue of STAY Magazine was released and distributed at the Western Canadian Lodging Conference; WCLC 2023 took place at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, wrapping up yesterday after a full day of plenary sessions and networking.
WCLC was a packed house with over 400 attendees, exhibitors, panelists and keynote speakers from across segments of the Canadian hotel industry.
The new issue of STAY Magazine brings you words of wisdom from some of our industry’s most compelling and prescient voices. We talk about how Canadian cities are getting a ‘Swift’ kick in the economy — (did you hear that Taylor Swift has added three Vancouver dates to her Eras tour?)
We also bring you the second instalment in our series about human trafficking and hospitality — we speak with Irwin Prince, president and COO, Realstar Hospitality about his advocacy work and we provide you with information on “spotting, mitigating and reporting human trafficking” training available to hospitality businesses and hotel employees.
The Fall 2023 issue of STAY Magazines brings you inside the WCLC Marketplace, with information about exhibitors whose products and services were showcased this past week.
Also be sure to read about Four Seasons, Amman, Jordan which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2023 and get an unvarnished account of a workday in the life of an undercover CAA hotel inspector.
Our cover hotel is B.C.’s stunning Inn at Laurel Point. The Victoria hotel’s environmentally responsible work has recently been recognized with a Biosphere Sustainable certification from the Responsible Tourism Institute.
If you would like to contribute to our STAY coverage, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, I look forward to hearing from you. — Stacey Newman, editor-in-chief, STAY Magazine.