Hits: 592 Created on 24 September 2016 Written by BARBADOS TODAY Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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ABSURD SOLUTIONS TO COSTLY REGIONAL TRAVEL

Barbados - Grenada's minister of tourism Clarice Modeste said something about the beleaguered regional carrier LIAT at the just concluded Caribbean Tourism Organization State of the Tourism Industry Conference (SOTIC) here that left some wondering whether she had any idea what she was talking about.

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Hits: 429 Created on 22 September 2016 Written by Gay Nagle Myers Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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GRENADA TO HOST CTO CONFERENCE FOR THE FIRST TIME

Grenada will host the Caribbean Tourism Organization's annual State of the Industry Conference in 2017, marking the first time that the destination has served as the venue for the event.

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Hits: 419 Created on 20 September 2016 Written by George Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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GRENADA ADDED SPICE TO CANADA'S BRIDAL SHOW

St. George – Grenada added a touch of spice to Canada's Bridal Show in Toronto from September 9th to 11th with its display of appealing romantic getaways and alluring scents of nutmeg and cinnamon. Ten thousand patrons attended the show over the weekend, shopping for wedding and honeymoon destinations. The Grenada Tourism Authority's Director of Sales for Canada, Mr. Sekou Stroude directly interacted with brides-to-be accompanied by their family and friends.

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Hits: 519 Created on 19 September 2016 Written by Lincoln DePradine Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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ACCOMMODATING NATIONALS IN CANADA

Toronto – Grenadians living in Canada no longer are required to purchase American currency to obtain a passport at the Toronto-based Consulate General, which is headed by Ambassador Derrick James.

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Hits: 644 Created on 16 September 2016 Written by JAMAICA GLEANER Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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GRENADA WANTS COMPETITION FOR DISAPPOINTING LIAT

BRIDGETOWN -- Grenada's Minister of Tourism and Aviation, Dr Claris Modeste-Curwen says her country is looking for airlines to compete with regional carrier LIAT which has become a major disappointment to many stakeholders in the region.

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