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CLIA and its member lines welcome Transport Canada’s Interim Order No. 7

November 2nd, 2021 Response to Transport Canada’s Interim Order No. 7 VANCOUVER, B.C. - Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and its member lines welcome Transport Canada’s Interim Order No. 7, marking another important step toward the resumption of cruise tourism in Canada in 2022.  CLIA member cruise lines place the health and safety of their

2021-11-02T19:06:13+00:00

Cruise Lines Welcome Shortening of Ban on Cruises in Canada

News Release                                                                                                July 15, 2021 ‘Lots of work to restore 30,000 jobs & $4.3 billion in economic activity’ VICTORA, BC –   The announcement by Canada’s Minister of Transport, Hon. Omar Alghabra, that the prohibition on cruise ships will be ending on November 1st, 2021, four months earlier than originally planned, was welcomed today by

2021-07-15T17:52:53+00:00

Cruise Lines Seek Clarity for Returning to Canada in 2022

June 18, 2021 Vancouver, BC - While more than 500,000 passengers and crew have cruised safely since the summer of 2020 in Europe, Asia and the South Pacific as the cruise industry has gradually resumed operations, cruise ships will not be visiting Canadian ports this year. In February, Transport Canada issued Interim Order #5 extending

2021-06-19T18:14:18+00:00

Cruise Industry Responds to One-Year Extension of Prohibition on Cruise in Canada

MEDIA RELEASE                                                                                                February 4, 2021 For Immediate Release   Cruise Industry Responds to One-Year Extension of Prohibition on Cruise in Canada Pre-pandemic the industry supported more than 29,000 jobs and $4.25 billion in economic activity   (Vancouver)—Cruise Lines International Association- North West & Canada (CLIA-NWC), the voice of the cruise

2021-02-04T20:08:48+00:00

CRUISE LINES PART OF EFFORT TO COMBAT COVID-19

VANCOUVER – As the global tragedy regarding COVID-19 has unfolded Cruise Lines International Association – Northwest & Canada (CLIA-NWC) has been working collaboratively on behalf of our member cruise lines with tourism partners and ports on both coasts, as well as with the Government of Canada, to share the latest information and answer important questions

2020-04-29T17:21:46+00:00

CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – October

DOES VANCOUVER NEED A NEW PORT? Before I ever began writing about cruises for a living, I used to work in Vancouver’s animation industry. From April to October, I’d usually walk from our offices on Howe Street, and later Water Street, over to Canada Place to spend my lunch hour watching the cruise ships at

2017-10-31T23:45:29+00:00

CLIA-NWC Hawaii Newsletter – October 2017

HONOLULU SHIP TOUR HIGHLIGHTS INDUSTRY’S ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP Standing (L to R):  Staff Captain Alessandro Paparo, Sr. Environmental Officer Ashok Kumar, Charles Toguchi, Rep Ty Cullen, Capt Tom Heberle, Rep Tom Brower, Rep Sean Quinlan, Rep Mark Hashem, CLIA-NWC President Greg Wirtz, DOT Harbors Director Davis Yogi, Sandi Weir, Dre Kalili, Maureen Andrade, Tonga Hopoi

2017-10-19T19:18:06+00:00

Does Vancouver need a new port?

Before I ever began writing about cruises for a living, I used to work in Vancouver’s animation industry. From April to October, I’d usually walk from our offices on Howe Street, and later Water Street, over to Canada Place to spend my lunch hour watching the cruise ships at Canada Place take on provisions and

2017-10-05T21:51:11+00:00

CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – September

PLAN A CRUISE MONTH BEGINS IN OCTOBER October is Plan a Cruise Month – a worldwide movement to learn more about, plan and take a cruise vacation. The campaign offers advice, special cruise line deals and promotions as well as experts to help navigate the many cruise vacation options available for every travel style and budget. Did

2017-09-28T23:32:29+00:00
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