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People are ready to plan their next adventure. At the Virtual Travel and Leisure Show, they can explore your destination from the comfort of home.

Thanks to everyone who helped make Canada's first-ever nationwide virtual travel exhibition a huge success!

Save BIG on Future Travel Plans During Canada’s First Nationwide Virtual Travel Show!

The Virtual Travel and Leisure show marks a new beginning for Canadians looking to save BIG on their next vacation adventure. This fantastic virtual environment will allow consumers and trade to visit with Airlines, hotel groups, tour operators, and adventure companies. Chat live one on one with some of Canada’s most notable Travel companies.

Collect as little, or as much information, flyers, special offers, destination information in your very own private virtual file and  take it  with you when you leave the show. Best of all IT’S FREE!


Exhibitors List

  • Accor Management Canada Inc.
  • Air Canada
  • Air Canada Vacations
  • Air North
  • Anderson Vacations (Marshall Anderson Tours Ltd.)
  • Arctic Range Adventure & Aurora Centre
  • Atlas Ocean Voyages
  • Martinique & Explore France (Atout France)
  • Auberge Saint-Antoine
  • Audain Art Museum
  • Avalon Waterways
  • Azores Airlines
  • Bahamas Tourist Office
  • Bahia Principe Hotels and Resorts
  • Banff and Lake Louise Tourism Bureau
  • Banff Sunshine
  • Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc.
  • Big White Ski Resort/Manteo Resort
  • CanaDream
  • Canlink Collection – Caribbean
  • Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association
  • Cayman Islands Dept. of Tourism
  • Club Med
  • CMH Summer Adventures
  • CN Tower
  • Copper Cayuse Outfitters Ltd.
  • Culinary Adventure Co.
  • Deerfoot Inn and Casino
  • Destination British Columbia
  • Destination Canada
  • Destination Greater Victoria
  • Destination Ontario
  • Destination St. John’s
  • East Africa Camps-Epic Luxury Safaris
  • Edmonton International Airports
  • Edmonton Tourism
  • Eldorado Resort
  • ENIT – Italian National Tourist Board
  • European Travel Commission
  • Experience Kissimmee
  • Fairmont Canada Western Mountain Region
  • Farewell Harbour Lodge
  • Fogo Island Inn
  • Fort Edmonton Park
  • Fox Harb’r Resort
  • Global Tourisme
  • Globus Escorted Tours
  • Greater Ft. Lauderdale CVB (Visit Lauderdale)
  • Grenada Tourism Authority
  • Harbour Air Seaplanes
  • Homalco Wildlife Tours Limited Partnership o/a Homalco Wildlife and Cultural Tours
  • Hurtigruten
  • Independent by Flight Centre
  • Indigenous Tourism Alberta
  • Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
  • Indigenous Tourism Québec – Tourisme Autochtone Québec
  • Inn at Laurel Point
  • Jamaica Tourist Board
  • Kingfisher Wilderness Adventures
  • Kingston Tourism
  • Klahoose Coastal Adventures
  • Le Corridor
  • LMA Communications (for Discover Dominica)
  • Louisiana Tourism
  • Madawaska Kanu Centre
  • Manoir Hovey
  • Manulife
  • Niagara Falls Tourism
  • Northwest Territories Tourism
  • Offie de Tourisme de Saint Martin
  • Omega Tours
  • Orca Spirit Adventures
  • Owl Rafting on the Ottawa River
  • Palladium Hotel Group
  • Parks Canada
  • Porter Airlines
  • Princess Hotels and Resorts
  • Quark Expeditions
  • Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
  • RIU Hotels & Resorts
  • Sea to Sky Gondola
  • Seawolf Adventures
  • SkiBig3
  • Sonesta Resorts Sint Maarten
  • Sonora Resort
  • Spirit Bear Lodge
  • Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
  • St. Kitt’s Tourism Authority
  • Saint Lucia Tourism Authority
  • St. Pete’s Clearwater
  • Sunwing Travel Group
  • The Heart of Ontario
  • The Travel Agent Next Door
  • The Westin Resort and Spa
  • Tourism Jasper
  • Tourism Kahnawake
  • Tourism Saskatchewan
  • Tourism Saskatoon
  • Tourism Squamish
  • Tourism Sun Peaks
  • Tourism Vancouver
  • Tourism Vancouver Island
  • Tourism Whistler
  • Tourism Winnipeg
  • Tourism Yukon
  • Travel Alberta
  • Travel Manitoba
  • Uplift Inc.
  • Via Rail Canada
  • WestJet Airlines
  • Whistler Blackcomb 

Exhibitor list updated daily

As the travel industry reawakens, virtual events are the ideal way to stay visible and connect with Canadians who are ready to travel again.
Virtual events completely eliminate the cost (and stress) associated with set-up, staffing, transportation, promotional items and logistics.

So, how does a virtual tradeshow work?

Safe and reliable, virtual tradeshow technology is ideally suited to travel and tourism and has already been successfully implemented within this industry.


sign in during show hours and connect with an engaged audience who is exploring this easy to navigate, virtual space.


visit your branded virtual booth located in the exhibition hall. They can access your videos, download brochures and chat with representatives at their own pace and from the comfort of home.


will be on-hand to answer traveller questions. This includes a live webinar for consumers on September 12,  which will be hosted by a celebrity travel expert.


with consumers and travel professionals are tracked — so you won’t lose any valuable information or leads.

Meet and share tips with fellow exhibitors in the Networking Lounge.

As the world reopens, it's time to navigate a new world of travel.

Are you on board?

Exhibitor and Sponsorship Inquiries?

Travel is not permitted during the standard blackout periods, which are subject to change without notice. 


  • All applicable fees, such as airport/departure taxes, security charges or other third-party fees, taxes or charges are the sole responsibility of the bearer of the ticket.
  • Once your ticket has been issued, the origin and destination cannot be changed. However, a change to the flight time, and/or travel date is permitted. Please go to, select “My Bookings/Flights” and make your change. A change fee per ticket may apply.
  • Your ticket is not transferable, not refundable and not redeemable for cash.
  • Frequent flyer mileage accumulation is not permitted.
  • Stopovers or multi-city itineraries are not permitted.
  • The use of eUpgrade credits is not permitted.
  • Promotional pass recipients may be held liable to Air Canada for failure to adhere to the restrictions and conditions of travel applicable to their tickets or for the fraudulent use of those tickets.


The prize may not be distributed or sold, or otherwise used for commercial or personal gain, other than for the purpose for which it is intended. Air Canada reserves the right to modify or cancel this promotional code at our discretion. Any violation of these conditions may be subject to cancellation of the promotional code, of any booking made using prize, and/or to any legal or other recourse available for the recovery of damages suffered or costs, expenses or loss incurred as a result of such prohibited use.