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Platinum agents have pass to discover Canada

Platinum agents have pass to discover Canada

Agents who achieve Platinum status on Destination Canada’s CSP online training programme in 2024 will be eligible to claim a Discovery Pass offering them a host of discounts in several Canadian destinations.

For example, visitors to Toronto holding a VIP Pass will be able to claim a free ticket to the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and Little Canada, amongst others.

Those in Québec City with a Privilege Card will be able to enjoy a free tour of Musée de la Civilisation, the Citadelle de Québec, The Huron-Wendat Museum and Tourisme Wendake’s Onhwa’ Lumina, an enchanting night journey to meet the Wendat people.

Banff’s VIP Alive Pass includes a half-day bike rental, a one-hour canoe rental, a Banff Gondola ticket and a historic wagon ride with a barbecue.

The Winnipeg Attractions Pass gives access to the Manitoba Museum, exhibits at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada, the Royal Canadian Mint, and FortWhyte Alive.

And agents in Montréal with a Passeport Decouvertes (Discovery Passport) will also enjoy free access to a host of city highlights.

Attractions have also signed up to the incentive. In Ontario, for example, Niagara Helicopters is offering a complimentary classic scenic flight, with a Friends and Family rate on offer for another guest.

Other participating organisations include Tourism Whistler, Tourism Victoria, Tourism Calgary, Destination St. John’s and Discover Saskatoon.

“We are so excited to share some incredible offers from our
destination partners,” said Adam Hanmer, Manager, Travel Trade, Destination Canada.

“When agents receive their Platinum status badge they will unlock passes from destinations across Canada that will give them access to some amazing attractions and experiences.”

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