Canadians Traveling to Arizona

2020-03-08T14:42:25-07:00November 6th, 2019|Canadians in Arizona, Tourism, Travel to Arizona|

Canada is the number one international employer in Arizona, but it also sends a lot of tourists to the state.According to the Arizona Office of Tourism (AOT), more than 970,000 Canadians traveled to Arizona in 2017. The highest number recorded in the report which goes back to 2012.The number of Canadians traveling to Arizona could [...]

2019 Luxury Resort Summer Deals in Arizona

2020-03-08T14:59:14-07:00May 7th, 2019|Move to Arizona, Real Estate, Tourism, Travel to Arizona|

We all know Arizona is the place to be all winter long, but have you ever visited Arizona in the summer? Being from Saskatchewan, I always thought summer in Arizona sounded crazy, who could handle that heat? But living here year-round now, summer has become my favorite time of year. The days are hot but [...]

Canadian Snowbirds Impact Arizona Economy

2018-04-16T09:18:37-07:00April 16th, 2018|Canadians in Arizona, Tourism, Travel to Arizona|

The Canada Arizona Business Council has just released key new ?ndings regarding the economic impact non-resident Canadians have on the Arizona economy annually. In addition to the previously estimated short-term Canadian tourism  impact within  Arizona of $1 Billion (source: Arizona O?ce of Tourism), the Council now  believes a more accurate estimate should include an additional [...]

Arizona Wants More Canadian Visitors

2018-04-09T11:44:06-07:00April 9th, 2018|Canadians in Arizona, Tourism, Travel to Arizona|

The Arizona Office of Tourism has teamed up with a national marketing company to create a digital campaign that will attract more international travelers from Canada. In 2017, over 1 million Canadians visited Arizona spending over 1 billion dollars in the Arizona economy. The Arizona office of tourism wants more! Filmmakers from Brand USA will [...]

Warm Arizona winter could mean more snowbirds

2016-11-01T15:12:17-07:00November 1st, 2016|Canadians in Arizona, News, Tourism|

La Nina conditions could bring a warm, dry winter to Arizona and colder, snowy weather in Canada and the northern U.S. Sources as varied as the Climate Prediction Center, La Niña forecasts and the "Canadian Farmers’ Almanac" are calling for conditions that could lead us to see larger-than-normal flocks of snowbirds this winter. The Climate [...]

Canadian Companies Flock to Arizona

2016-05-31T19:48:23-07:00May 31st, 2016|Tourism|

Sixty-five years ago, Charlie Hess' grandfather opened a small electronics manufacturing company in Canada. Today, Hess, now president and part owner of St. Clair Technologies, still operates an office in Canada, but he's moved most business operations to Chandler. Hess said he "lucked into" his Chandler location while looking for a United States headquarters that [...]

Summer Golf Packages to Arizona

2016-05-25T14:51:53-07:00May 25th, 2016|Tourism|

Did you ever dream of playing the TPC Scottsdale Stadium course but thought it was too expensive? Think again...summer deals are here!!! TPC Scottsdale boasts two championship golf courses: the Stadium Course - home of the Waste Management Phoenix Open - and the Champions Course. TPC Scottsdale has been named “one of America’s best courses” [...]

2016 Regina Spring Home Show

2016-03-21T14:14:08-07:00March 21st, 2016|Business, Canadians in Arizona, News, Tourism|

The Canada to Arizona team took their show on the road attending the 40th Annual Spring Home Show in Regina Saskatchewan from March 17-20th 2016. The Regina Spring Home Show is one of the largest home, renovating, landscaping and lifestyle shows in all of Canada with over 50,000 attendees, hundreds of exhibitors and amazing seminars [...]

How to prevent the sinking dollar from grounding your vacation

2016-02-09T10:39:37-07:00February 9th, 2016|Canadians in Arizona, Tourism|

With the dollar so weak, many snowbirds and March Break travelers may reason that a blessed vacation in the Caribbean or southern United States this winter is out of the question. Then another Arctic blast will hit, reason will fly out the window, and hordes will make their annual pilgrimage to warmer lands despite the [...]

Falling Canadian dollar hurts U.S. sunbelt states as snowbirds stay home

2015-12-16T13:22:12-07:00December 16th, 2015|News, Tourism|

The American sunbelt is expected to feel a chill this winter from Canada's weakened economy and a loonie that's lost more than a quarter of its value in the past couple of years. Overnight cross-border travel was down about nine per cent in the first nine months of the year over the same period last [...]

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