Articles tagged “toronto”

Airlines

Canada’s Busiest Airport Grapples With Delays Even Before Hectic Summer Season

The staffing shortages plaguing the airline industry have contributed mightily to the delays and long lines at major airports. And the problems are expected to get worse, with summer travel projected to hit record levels worldwide.

Canada’s Busiest Airport Grapples With Delays Even Before Hectic Summer Season

Airlines

Airlines Cancel Thousands of Flights as Storm Hits U.S. East Coast, Canada

Mass cancellations and their knock-on effect will mean further delayed flights, and another obstacle for airlines and airports that had hoped for a public holiday boost after Omicron setbacks.

Airlines Cancel Thousands of Flights as Storm Hits U.S. East Coast, Canada

Business Travel

Inside the Workplace Revolution at Controversial Dating App Ashley Madison

Remote work is starting to trigger more sweeping changes within companies, while some people are even questioning the very concept of the vacation. It's time to move the conversation along.

Inside the Workplace Revolution at Controversial Dating App Ashley Madison

Business Travel

Toronto and Sydney Are Tactically Rebuilding Their Event Scenes — Here’s How

Going for organic growth by tapping into already thriving sectors and industries at a community level, and aligning with government projects, are just two ways cities can plan better events and speed up their economic recovery.

Toronto and Sydney Are Tactically Rebuilding Their Event Scenes — Here’s How

Online Travel

Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs Calls Off Toronto Smart City Project Over Coronavirus Uncertainty

The tech-focused smart city component of Toronto's Quayside neighborhood may be called off, but, depending on who you ask, it may be more to the detriment of Google parent Alphabet than Toronto itself.

Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs Calls Off Toronto Smart City Project Over Coronavirus Uncertainty

Tourism

Toronto Pushback Shows Path Forward for Smart Cities Is Full of Compromises

By pushing back against Sidewalk Labs, the city of Toronto has shown that the future of the smart city will be forged by compromise and collaboration with local authorities.

Toronto Pushback Shows Path Forward for Smart Cities Is Full of Compromises

Tourism

Google Smart City Vision in Toronto Poses Privacy Concerns

It doesn't seem like a good idea to build a business, let alone make your home, in a surveillance experiment controlled by Alphabet. As data security and privacy become more important, the vision for the modern smart city will have to shift.

Google Smart City Vision in Toronto Poses Privacy Concerns

Meetings

Destinations Still Rely on Relationships to Attract Events

Some convention and visitor bureaus have turned to technology gimmicks and other new methods to highlight their destination’s finest attributes but personal relationships and experience remain vital. Relationships really do matter.

Destinations Still Rely on Relationships to Attract Events

Airlines

Cathay’s Cost-Cutting Continues With Toronto Closure

Some 120 cabin crew staff in Toronto could lose their jobs as Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific continues its program to be profitable again, which started in 2017. Hopefully, it's the last cut.

Cathay’s Cost-Cutting Continues With Toronto Closure

Airlines

Toronto Island Airport Introduces Lounge Upgrades by Ending Free Snacks

It sounds like Toronto Island Airport passengers are getting a fair trade by giving up free snacks in exchange for better lounges and restaurants. The freebies will still be waiting for them on board Porter.

Toronto Island Airport Introduces Lounge Upgrades by Ending Free Snacks