ACTA Tells CBC: It’s Not the Advisor’s Role to Deter Consumers From Travelling

The president of the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies told CBC News that overall travel from Canada is down by 90 per cent. Wendy Paradis said the pandemic has had a “catastrophic” effect on ACTA members. She suspects the majority of Canadians still travelling are doing so for work, but said some are still travelling for fun. In most cases, there’s nothing to stop them from doing so, she said. While travel agents will explain all of the rules and risks, the final decision is with the traveller. “We would not say do not book,” said Paradis


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