HUNTSVILLE, Ont. — Jesse Hamilton, general manager of Deerhust Resort in Huntsville is confident his property will sell out on winter weekends, though that means 75 per cent occupancy due to COVID-19 safety measures.…
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OTEC’s Joe Baker says that as we re-open our businesses, let’s not underestimate the toll this pandemic and the return to work has had on the mental health and emotional wellbeing of our workforce.
TORONTO — The disruption to the global economy from COVID-19 is unprecedented and rapidly evolving with its impact on the Canadian labour market likely to be widespread, long-lasting, and unpredictable. The Future…
TORONTO — Tony Elenis, president and CEO of the ORHMA has a laundry list of asks in order for our hospitality industry to survive, including rent relief, tax relief and forgivable loans. Here is what he’d like to see.
Courses that address emerging trends combined with an experiential learning environment can give future tourism and hospitality workers the skills employers want.
TORONTO — It’s now called the Ontario Hospitality Institute, but its mandate is similar to the former Ontario Hostelry Institute — to support the hospitality industry’s most critical need, a strong workforce.
HUNTSVILLE, Ont. — On June 27, Lakeside Lodge earned rave reviews from media and community members who received a sneak preview of the commanding $60 million structure.
ALLISTON, Ont. — Lou Biffis started the Nottawasaga Inn on a property that was used for sod farming, in Tecumseh, a dry county since 1907. Before he could build a successful motel, he had to change that.