Tourism

The luxury canal houseboat purveyor responded to the pandemic in a way that not only preserved but also expanded its market while much of the travel and tourism industry floundered.
The Post Office Cocktail Bar in Smiths Falls, a "labour of love," opened less than a month ago, tucked into the basement of the old post office, circa 1894.
A love of biking that began in childhood in Iran has led Maria Rasouli to a career driven by joy. 
Andi Marcus has trademarked a concept she calls DineOver, which takes the bed and breakfast concept and reverses it.
It may be post-COVID and it may be without much funding, but the show will go on for the Kemptville Live Music Festival, which runs July 21 to 24 this year. 
Food businesses have had to get creative these past two years and, fortunately for the foodies in the region, the fun hasn’t stopped.
As a city of a little over 20,000 residents, Brockville punches above its weight when it comes to staging summer festivals and special events that draw in the tourists.
Stephen Burnett thinks he has a strategy that will bring an influx of tourists to hard-hit communities along the St. Lawrence River by inviting cruise ships to send passengers ashore to engage with…
What is it with homemade pies of pretty much any flavour selling for hundreds of dollars at rural charity auctions?
There are some 213 registered rural fairs and all of them – 100 per cent – intend to stage full live shows in 2022 after knuckling under to COVID-19 for the past two years.