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What’s New — Hotels Serve up New Catering Menus

Younger guests, ethnic travelers, and environmentally conscious corporations are all inspiring a shake-up in traditional banquet and catering menus. Lifestyle changes are driving healthier options, such as vegetarian, gluten-free and lighter meals. Visitors from other cultures appreciate the occasional dosa, … Continue reading

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What’s New — Cancer-Sniffing Canines

The average mutt’s snout contains roughly 250 million olfactory cells — compared to a human’s mere five million — so it only makes sense to put those sniffers to work detecting one of humankind’s most deadly diseases. But many researchers … Continue reading

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What’s New — Cinematographer Lindsay George

At just three years old, Toronto–born and raised Lindsay George began strutting her stuff at the Islington School of Dance, studying ballet, jazz and tap, in hopes of becoming a professional modern dancer. As a teen, she perfected her poise … Continue reading

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What’s New — That Lump-in-Your-Throat Feeling

If you’ve ever had a persistent feeling of a lump in your throat, as if you’re trying to hold back tears, except you’re not sad or upset, you’ll be relieved to hear there’s a name for that: It’s a condition … Continue reading

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What’s New — Navigating the Road to Cannabis Tourism

Marijuana tourism could become one of the more lucrative ancillary business sectors once legalization takes effect October 17. Already big business in legalized areas of the U.S., a range of tours for the “cannasseur” or the plain cannabis curious, include … Continue reading

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What’s New — Modular Hotels

With an assembly system vaguely resembling a game of Tetris, modular construction is anything but a puzzle to purveyors of the style. It’s a solution both builders and hoteliers recognize as faster, cheaper, even greener than traditional construction methods. Designed … Continue reading

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What’s New — The Rumie Initiative

“Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart.” So said 13th–century theologian and poet Jalal al–Din Mohammad Rumi, for whom Tariq Fancy named his Toronto–based non–profit organization The … Continue reading

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