Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square
Although immersed in the city's vibrant core, just steps from the Air Canada Centre, Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square is a quiet oasis offering elegance and refinement. Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square's immense windows and glimmering metal facade make a distinct impression. In harmony with Le Germain style, the hotel showcases natural elements such as wood and stone. Business and leisure travellers alike will recognize Le Germain Boutique-hotels' unparalleled warmth, comfort and sophisticated design. Both the public spaces and guest rooms are designed to foster relaxation. To further incorporate a sensation of grandeur, an elliptical glass column transcends five storeys at the core of the building. At Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square, a room is not a hotel room; it is a private sanctuary enveloped in natural light with generous, operable windows and warm wood accents. Le Germain guest rooms are elegantly designed, yet never at the expense of warmth and comfort. Naturally lit, spa-like bathrooms with rainfall showers, goose-down duvets, feather pillows and comfy chairs will make you feel pampered, relaxed and rejuvenated.
Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square
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Destination Canada (Formerly - Canadian Tourism Commission)

Tourism Monthly Snapshot - click here.
The Tourism Snapshot provides a monthly and year-to-date update on key Destination Canada market visits to and from Canada, performance of competitors, and other tourism related statistics.

March 2015: travel to Canada hits the high notes
Canada continued to have an irresistible allure for international travellers in March 2015. More than 851,000 visitors crossed passport control, an 8% year-on-year-rise, reports the latest Tourism Snapshot from the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC)’s Research department. Read more here.

Canadian Tourism Commission releases 2014 Annual Report
The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC)’s 2014 Annual Report: Tourism as Canada’s Engine for Growth puts the spotlight on a pivotal year for the Canadian tourism industry. All major tourism indicators for Canada rose, especially tourism revenue, GDP, employment and arrivals.  CTC’s overseas leisure markets led the charge, delivering a 10% year-on-year rise in visitors to Canada. Read more here.

December 2014: travel to Canada closes year on upbeat note

The early 2014 tourism report card for Canada has been filed: it was a good  year, with 17.1 million international visitors coming to Canada, a 3% rise on the previous year. Read more here.

CTC launches two fall campaigns in Brazil
Listen up, Brazil: Ontario is calling. The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) has launched two new campaigns in this huge emerging South American tourism market to build awareness and drive immediate sales. Read more here.

CTC Intelligence Bulletins
Economic conditions, consumer trends, industry developments affecting Canada as a travel destination. For current and archived CTC Intelligence Bulletins, please visit their website here.

Report on Canada’s air capacity re: past and future volume of seats on airlines scheduled to fly into and within Canada from 2004 to 2012 - click here


Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA)
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Statistics Canada

International Trips to Canada October 2012
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Characteristics of International Travelers to Canada 2nd Quarter 2012
Statistical Tourism Tables September 2012

Top Overseas Markets to Canada. Available here.

Industry Canada Ontario Economic Updates
January 2012 Update - click here.

Hotel Association of Canada
Hotel Association of Canada Press Release Travel intentions Survey: 2013. Available here.

World Travel and Tourism Council

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