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- 1. New Board at Tourism Vancouver
New Board at Tourism Vancouver. Tourism Vancouver's new 15-member Board of Directors for 2009/2010 represents a cross-section of the organization's 1,000 members. Tourism Vancouver also confirmed Ernie Pshebnisky, director of Association Sales at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, as the winner of the Hugh B. Main Lifetime Achievement Award.
- 2. Tim Tindle to Rejoin Pan Pacific Vancouver as General Manager
Tim Tindle Rejoins Pan Pacific Vancouver as General Manager. Tim Tindle is no stranger to the Pan Pacific Vancouver, having served as its Director of Sales in the 1990s. In his most recent appointments, Tim was General Manager at Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle and the Vancouver Airport Marriott.
- 3. Sheraton Vancouver Airport to Open in Time for 2010 Winter Olympic Games
Sheraton Vancouver Airport to Open in Time for 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Owned by Richmond Inn Investments, and managed by Larco Hospitality Management, the 389-room Sheraton Vancouver Airport in Richmond, British Columbia, is to debut as a Sheraton on or before 1 January, 2010, following an extensive upgrade and refurbishment project. The addition of Sheraton Vancouver Airport is
- 4. Vancouver Convention Centre Establishes Presence in Asia
Vancouver Convention Centre Establishes Presence in Asia. Suntec International has signed a contract with the Vancouver Convention Centre (VCC), a premier venue in North America. Under the agreement, Suntec has been appointed the exclusive sales and marketing representative to spearhead efforts in drawing more meetings and events from Asia to Vancouver.
- 5. Tourism Vancouver Appoints New Board of Directors
Tourism Vancouver Appoints New Board of Directors. Tourism Vancouver’s new board represents a broad cross-section of tourism sectors, but all members share a commitment to contributing their wealth of knowledge to strengthen and further improve Vancouver’s tourism industry
- 6. Vancouver Tops List As Most Popular North American City for International Meetings
Vancouver Tops List As Most Popular North American City for International Meetings. The International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) has once again ranked Vancouver as North America's top destination for international meetings.
- 7. Tourism Vancouver launches City Host Program
Tourism Vancouver launches City Host Program. Tourism Vancouver's new Volunteer City Hosts today start taking visitor information to the streets, offering a mobile visitor information service in five city corridors.
- 8. Vancouver Still the World’s Most Liveable City
Vancouver Still the World’s Most Liveable City. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has once again named Vancouver as the world's most liveable city. The organization's Global Liveability Rankings survey reviewed 140 cities around the world on over 30 indicators grouped in to five categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.
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