Brand Canada falters – Questions from SME’s as the brand sinks in world rankings!

NEW YORK – October 5, 2009 – Brand America is now ranked #1 by global citizens, according to the GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media, a division of GfK Custom Research North America. Results from the 2009 Anholt-GfK Roper Nation Brands Index(NBI), which measures the global image of 50 countries, show the United States taking […]

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UAE carriers challenge Canada ruling

Emirates Airline is fighting attempts by the Canadian government to limit both its and Etihad’s access to the country, Gulf News has reported. Under Canada’s “open skies” policy, foreign carriers are supposed to be actively encouraged to begin services to Canadian destinations. The UAE-based airlines however, are currently limited to a combined six flights a […]

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Canada wants to keep Emirates out of the Canadian market

As federal cabinet ministers boast about opening Canadian skies to foreign airlines, transport officials have been quietly undermining plans by one of the world’s biggest airlines to expand service to Toronto, documents obtained by the Star show. In private briefings, Transport Canada officials have gone on the offensive against Emirates Airlines’ request for greater access […]

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Brewster Inc. selected as a finalist for the 2009 Alberta Emerald Award for ‘Walking the Stewardship Talk’ at the Columbia Icefield.

Banff, Alberta [May 4, 2009] The Alberta Emerald Foundation has selected Brewster’s ‘Walking the Stewardship Talk’ project at the Columbia Icefield Visitor’s Centre as one of the finalists for the 2009 Alberta Emerald Awards. The Alberta Emerald Foundation celebrates environmental leadership in the province, and encourages creative thinking and innovation in environmental management systems, technologies […]

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Fallon picked to drive Japanese tourists to Canada

TOKYO – The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) has selected Fallon Tokyo as its creative partner to help raise interest in the country as a destination among Japanese travellers following a protracted competitive pitch. Phil Rubel (pictured), the agency’s chief executive and representative director, noted that the CTC has faced “huge challenges” in the market with […]

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