Full House For Climax

Full House For Climax
The Leaside Pub, 190 Laird Drive

Opposite The Aerodrome Since 1918

Opposite The Aerodrome Since 1918
Fine Photos Thanks To Bill Symmons

Dating Back To 1918

Dating Back To 1918
A Lot Of History At The Leaside Pub

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Dorothy Rose's Birthday Party
The Leaside Pub Saturday July 29
A very special day for all of us at The Leaside Pub Saturday July 29. We'll be celebrating Dorothy Rose's 95th Birthday, with lots of fun and games and laughter. And of course featuring Dorothy, Canada's Forces' Sweetheart, singing some good old songs as tunefully as ever. For reservations call Param at 416.487.8682. A chance to win your tab as of six o'clock at the six o'clock draw. Dorothy doesn't want any presents or cake. Just a thought -- wouldn't it be luvverly if everyone brought just one red rose for Dorothy. Also invited: John Tory, Premier Kathleen Wynne, Bob Oliphant M.P., Health Minister Eric Hoskins, Aboriginal Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett and Councillor John Burnside.

Climax At The Port Union Library
Sunday July 16
As always we had a fine time at the free Port Union Concert July 16. We performed in the meeting hall, avoiding the showers, to an enthusiastic audience, including some very young music lovers. Refreshments provided by the ladies from the retirement home hit the spot, especially the delicious home-made date squares. About a hundred people turned up despite the weather, some hopefully carrying their folding chairs, just in case the event could be held in the beautiful community centre garden. A very happy occasion -- we hope we can do it again.


Plaudits for Climax in Indiana

Elkhart Jazz Festival June 23-25
Climax's first appearance at the prestigious Elkhart, Indiana Festival, alongside some heavy duty jazz bands and musicians was a great success. Lots of compliments on our 'New Orleans' style, vitality, humour and of course musicianship. An outstanding weekend -- we hope to be invited back next year. 
Elkhart is near the south bend of Lake Michigan, just south of Kalamazoo and north of Wabash (famous for its Cannonball) and Wabash Blues). Climax had our own all-star group: Ray Heitger clarinet, leader of the veteran Toledo Cakewalking Jazz Band, Dave Kosmyna cornet, Music Professor, Ohio Northern University, Ada, Tom Richards trombone, Berklee School of Music graduate and leader of several Toronto groups, Andy Mac banjo, leader of Les Petits Nouveaux, a Django Reinhart themed band, Jon Foster drums, who plays with a variety of world travelling bands and Climax founder Chris Daniels bass. 


SEVEN44 Closed Down
Former Chick'n'Deli Insolvent

Not unexpected, but finally the bailiffs have closed SEVEN44 (previously People's Chicken, before that the Chick'n'Deli). Pro Bailiff of Thornhill posted a notice on the door dated April 30 which states the tenants had not paid the rent. This after SEVEN44 had closed down for 10 days 'for repairs'. Climax Jazz Band helped re-launch The Chick'n'Deli in February 1983 after a fire closed it for several months. We played some full weekly engagements (breaking the bar sales record) as well as every Saturday afternoon. Our Saturday matinées continued after Jack Brewer died and again after Kathleen Brewer relinquished the building. When it re-opened as People's Chicken and then SEVEN44 we stayed on until 2015 when we moved to the Bow and Arrow, Scruffy Murphy's, then to alleycatz and eventually to The Leaside Pub once or twice a month. We'll be at The Leaside Saturday May 20 4-7pm. Maybe someone will reopen SEVEN44 as a jazz club -- fond hope. Meanwhile let's all support the other jazz venues. 
We have great memories of our time at The Chick'n'Deli thanks to the friends we made and the support of Jack and Kathleen Brewer. It was the spot to go in Toronto for fine jazz, fantastic wings, good service and always a happy atmosphere. Everyone knew where and what it was.  Well almost.. When visitors who had heard Climax at festivals arrived from the U.S. to visit their daughter who was studying here they couldn'remember the name of the place. But they did remember we'd mentioned it was dead opposite the Newbigging Funeral Home (now also gone). So they phoned Newbigging and asked the receptionist if there was a place across the street that had Climax on Saturday afternoons. She put the phone down, ran across Mt. Pleasant and back to tell them yep. They had a ball that afternoon -- everyone as usual greeted our guests from far away with courtesy and warmth.


Monday, July 17, 2017

CLIMAX JAZZ BAND GIGS

DATE (S)                            LOCATION/TIME
JULY
29 Saturday                      The Leaside Pub 4-7pm: Dorothy Rose's 95th Birthday

AUGUST
19 Saturday                      The Leaside Pub 4-7pm

SEPTEMBER
30 Saturday                      The Leaside Pub 4-7pm

OCTOBER
21 Saturday                      The Leaside Pub 4-7pm

NOVEMBER
25 Saturday                      The Leaside Pub 4-7pm

DECEMBER
30 Saturday                      The Leaside Pub 4-7pm

2018
FEBRUARY
Thur-Sun 8-11                  Fresno Mardi Gras, California



Monday, July 10, 2017


CLIMAX JAZZ BAND HISTORY, BACKGROUND

Climax's British style traditional jazz, rooted in new Orleans,
 nurtured in pubs and clubs, gets the audience involved. Outstanding musicianship, great humour, a wondrous variety of tunes for listening and dancing. Knocks your socks off!

CLIMAX PROFILE
Climax is a six-piece: clarinet, cornet/vocals, trombone/vocals, banjo, drums, double bass/vocals.
British style traditional jazz: marches, blues, spirituals, rags, latin, popular songs.
HISTORY
Founded: Toronto February 1971
Steady engagements: 1971-1974: Albert's Hall, Ye Olde Brunswick House
1974-1975: The Chimney, The Forge
1975-1982: DJ's Tavern
matinées: 1973-1983: Malloney's Studio
1983-2014: Chick'N'Deli (SEVEN44)
2014-2015: alleycatz
2015 -present    The Leaside Pub

INITIATIVES
Helped pioneer Toronto's Saturday matinée scene
Organized Charter  flights to New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: 1973-82
Organized Trillium Moonlight Jazz Cruises on Lake Ontario
Organized New Orleans Dance Nights for TD-Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival: 2001-2007

FESTIVALS AND TOURS
Toronto, New Orleans, Medford, Camden,,Montreal, Sacramento, Indianapolis, Olympia,
Ottawa, San Diego, Washington, San Francisco, Edmonton, Boston, Three Rivers CA, Chattanooga,
Saskatoon, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Edinburgh, Vancouver, San Francisco, Chicago,
Kirkcudbright, Victoria, Pismo Beach CA, Denver, The Netherlands. Brantford, Eureka,
Port Angeles, Kyoto (twice), Oakville, Seaside, Seattle, U.K., Penticton, Syracuse,                    
Flint , Germany, Belleville, Madison, Breckenbridge, Kingston, Charleston S.C., Central City  CA,
Thunder Bay, Indian Wells, Palm Springs, Hamilton, Friday Harbor WA, Holland MI

CRUISES
Caribbean (many), The Amazon (2) Mexico (many) Bermuda, Alaska (2), Antilles (many)
Hawaii, Panama Canal (3)

GUEST MUSICIANS
Climax has performed with many outstanding guest musicians including:
Oscar Peterson, Turk Murphy, Herb Hall, Wingy Manone, Kenny Davern, Mr. Acker Bilk,
Humphrey Lyttelton, Bob Wilbur, Monty Sunshine, Graeme Bell, Phil Harris, George Segal,
George Melly and Carol Leigh and shared gigs with The Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey Bands,
The Dutch Swing College, The World's Greatest Jazz Band and Bob Barnard's Australian Jazz Band. 

RECORDINGS
Climax has made over 30 recordings with more than 250 different tunes including:
The Entertainers (for the Canadian Talent Library), Direct To Disk (15,000 sold worldwide),
Konnichiwa! Japan and Konnichiwa ll (live in Japan) and Toronto To New Orleans
and all the girls go crazy (Canadian Collectors' Congress Award Winners).






Monday, July 3, 2017

Take A Trip Down The Tube
250+ Climax Videos From All Over
Relive with us cruises and tours to exotic places, festivals, concerts, television shows with jazz greats -- we've got the lot. Climax has over 250 videos on You Tube, many of them posted by Bob Erwig from his vast collection of blasts from his 25 years as cornet player with the band. From Japan to California, Florida to Arizona, The Peter Appleyard series from Albert's Hall at Ye Olde Brunswick House, Panama to Alaska and the Caribbean. Take a peek! Just Google Climax Jazz Band and stock on beer and snacks.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Climax Recordings



www.climaxjazzband.blogspot.comC

CLIMAX CDS: 22 RECORDS 279 TRACKS
$15 EACH INCL. POSTAGE 

Since Climax was formed in 1971 we've made over 30 recordings -- LPs, tapes, CDs and DVDs -- rarely repeating tunes. 19 are available for purchase, including a DVD, Canadian Collectors' Congress award winners all the girls go crazy and Toronto To New Orleans and several reissues on CD of LPs and tapes recorded in earlier years:

DVD 035  Live In Arizona ('08)DVD 035  Live In Arizona ('08) (SOLD OUT)
Recorded November 8, 2008 at Arizona Classic Jazz Festival with 7 cameras
Bluebells Goodbye, Girl Of My Dreams, Dreaming The Hours Away, Corrine Corrina, Climax Rag, Si Tu Vois Ma Mere, Black Cat On The Fence, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Wabash, Weary Blues
Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello, Dave Kosmyna cornet/vocal, Len Gosling trombone/vocal, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Hal Smith drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocal
CD 030  Gospel Train ('06) -- Old favorites and some surprises 
Gospel Train, Closer Walk, What A Friend We Have, Lily Of The Valley, We Sure Do Need Him Now, Just A Little While To Stay, Precious Lord, Higher Ground, Old Rugged Cross, Bye And Bye Lord, Walking With The King, Streets Of The City, Down By The Riverside
Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello/alto, Dave Kosmyna cornet/piano, Len Gosling trombone.vocs, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Hal Smith drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 029  Don't Give Up The Ship ('06) -- Remarkable for its clarity and warmth
Don't Give Up The Ship, Shout 'Em Aunt Tillie, Georgia Grind, African Queen, Summerset, I Used To Love You, Trog's Blues, Liza Jane, Clementine From N. O., Old Fashioned Swing, Harlem Bound
Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello/alto sax. Dave Kosmyna cornet/piano/vocals, Len Gosling trombone/voc, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocs
CD 028  the best of mick lewis ('05) -- Celebrates Mick's 22 years with Climax
East Coast Trot, Blue Autumn, St. Philip St., Perdido St. Blues, Fish Seller, Mood Indigo, Old Rugged Cross, Petite Fleur, dans les rues d'Antibes, Burgundy St. Blues, Oh Baby, Stranger On The Shore, Wild Cat Blues, Margie, Over The Waves, South Rampart St.
Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano sax, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo/plectrum guitar, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass, Mick Collins cornet, Bob Erwig cornet, Spiegle Willcox trombone, Kenny Davern clarinet
CD 027  all the girls go crazy ('04) -- Best trad/classic jazz CD award winner 2003
Red Wing, Georgia Camp Meeting, Going Home, Chattanooga Stomp, Creole Love Call, Willie The Weeper, Petite Fleur, Forty And Tight, Mandy Make Up Your Mind, Iko Iko, Magnolia's Wedding Day, Louisian-i-a, New Blues, Tell 'Em About Me, High Society, All The Girls Go Crazy
Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello, Dave Kosmyna trumpet, Len Gosling trombone/vocals, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 026  direct to disk ('78) -- Limited Edition, 15,000 sold worldwide
Sobbin' Blues, Sweet Like This, Bobby Shafto, Le Vendeur de Poisson, Stevedore Stomp, Chimes Blues, Snake Rag, Salutation March
Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello, Bob Erwig cornet, Geoff Holmes trombone, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Steve Tattersall drums, Chris Daniels double bass
CD 025  Toronto To New Orleans ('01) --Best trad/classic jazz CD award winner 2001
Papa Dip, I'll Be A Friend, Buona Sera, Stranger On The Shore, If You Can't Be Good, Treasure Island, Sporting Life Blues, East Coast Trot, Papa De Da Da, Crazy 'Bout My Baby, Bluebells Goodbye, Samantha, Algiers Strut, Sweet Like This, South Rampart St.
Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano sax, Mick Collins cornet/vocals, Len Gosling trombone/vocal, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocal
CD 024  The Early Years ('73-'75) -- Ken Colyer plays on the last four tracks
Tight Like That, Whistling Rufus, St. James Infirmary, Davenport Blues, Down Home Rag, Ice Cream, Dauphine St. Blues, 1919 March, Swipesey Cakewalk, Perdido St. Blues, Chrysanthemum Rag, Baby Won't You Please Come Home, The Curse Of An Aching Heart, See See Rider, I Can't Escape From You
Ken Colyer trumpet/vocals, Bob Erwig cornet, Bruce Bakewell clarinet, Geoff Holmes trombone/vocal, Juergen Hesse plectrum banjo, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Craig Barrett drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 023  Travelling On ('99) -- International favorites for Germany tour
Nybøders Pris, Melancholy, Travelling On, Once In A While, Wildcat Blues, Schlafe Mein Prinschen, Willow Tree, Maple Leaf Rag, Moose March, Marie, In A Persian Market, La Harpe St. Blues, Potato Head Blues, Shine
Mick Lewis clarinet/sop. sax, Mick Collins cornet/vocal, Len Gosling trombone/vocals, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocal
CD 022  Spreading Joy ('98) Great for dancing and listening
Spreading Joy, Flow Gently Sweet Afton, Over The Waves, Higher Ground, Stomp Stomp Stomp, Dark Eyes, Old Comnrades, Sweethearts On Parade, Backwater Blues, The Martinique, The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise, Saturday Night Function, Honky Tonky Town, Sweet As Bear Meat
Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano sax, Roy Green cornet, Len Gosling trombone/vocal, Jack Vincken banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocal
CD 021  Konnichiwa! II ('96) Audience of 12,000 on a Japanese mountain
Weary Blues, Baby Won't You Please Come Home, Basin St. Blues, Panama, Blue Autumn, Down By The Riverside, Just A Closer Walk, Maple Leaf Rag, Yes Sir! That's My Baby, Chimes Blues, Some Of These Days, Precious Lord, After You've Gone, The Saints
Ruby Wilson vocals, Jacques Maassen carillon, Pieter Meijers clarinet/soprano sax, Randy Morris piano/trumpet/banjo, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocal
CD 020  Konnichiwa! Japan ('95) Electric atmosphere with Ruby in Japan
Papa Dip, dans les rues d'Antibes, C. C. Rider, Cakewalkin' Babies, Walk Through The Valley, Dinah, Beale St.. Amazing Grace, Summertime, When I Grow Too Old, Gatemouth, Just A Closer Walk, Dr. Jazz, When The Saints
Ruby Wilson vocals, Jacques Maassen carillon, Pieter Meijers clarinet/soprano sax, Bob Erwig cornet, Len Gosling trombone vocal, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocal
CD 018  Yes Sir! That's My Baby ('96) Great songs -- a very popular CD
Yes Sir! That's My Baby, dans les rues d'Antibes, Poor Man's Blues, Ostrich Walk, It's Just Too Bad, Blue Autumn, Too Busy, I Never Knew What A Gal Could Do, Lastic, Gospel Train, Majella Blues, Bogalusa Strut, Stevedore Stomp
Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano sax, Bob Erwig cornet, Len Gosling trombone/vocals, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 017  Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder ('93) -- Nice variety of hot, swinging tunes
Salutation March, Perdido St. Blues, Pretty Boy, Clap Hands Here Comes Charlie, Old Rugged Cross, Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder, Original Charleston Strut, Delia's Gone, Fish Seller, Nobody's Got The Blues, Big Noise From Winetka, Going Home, Panama
Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano sax, Bob Erwig cornet, Len Gosling trombone/vocals, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 014  By Request ('88) -- Big favorites of the fans
Hiawatha, Beale St. Blues, When You And I Were Young, Saratoga Swing, Just A Closer Walk, Burgundy St. Blues, Wang Wang Blues, Riverside Blues, Savoy Blues, Nobody Knows You, St. Philip St Breakdown, Snag It, Wolverine Blues
Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano sax, Bob Erwig cornet, Len Gosling trombone/vocal, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
AND FROM THE ARCHIVES
CD 040  Talking Pictures ('81) -- Ian Arnott sings Talking Pictures and Nagasaki. 
Market Street Stomp, Tell 'Em About Me, Snag It, Go Ghana, Frog-I-More, If I Had A Talking Picture Of You, Schlafe Mein Prinschen, Nagasaki, Dreaming The Hours Away
Ian 'Goldenthroat' Arnott clarinet/vocals, 'Bouncing' Bob Erwig cornet, Len 'Boots" Gosling trombone/vocal,'Happy' Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, 'Squire' Max Littlejohns drums, 'Captain' Chris Daniels double bass/vocal
CD 039  Climax '79 ('79) -- Cohesion + swing + virtuosity = Climax 
Revival, Papa De Da Da, Petite Fleur, Merrydown Rag, Oh Didn't He Ramble, The Favorite (Bring On The Band), Precious Lord, Summerset, Sporting Life Blues, Bluebells Goodbye
Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello, Bob Erwig cornet, Geoff Holmes trombone/vocal, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Max Littlejohns drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 038  The Chant ('77) (SOLD OUT)
Produced by Hollywood's Bowman Company -- the company folded before LP issued
The Chant, Georgia Bo Bo, Lord Lord Lord, Big Noise From Winetka, Bienville Blues, Didn't He Ramble, Thriller Rag, Baby Brown, Washington And Lee Swing, Majella Blues, Snake Rag, A Chicken Ain't Nothin' But A Bird
'Gentleman' Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello, 'Bouncing' Bob Erwig cornet, 'Lightnin' Geoff Holmes trombone/vocal, 'Happy' Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Stephen 'Taps' Tattersall drums, 'Captain' Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 037  With Graeme Bell ('75)
Australian pianist/band leader with Climax at Malloney's, recorded by Ted O'Reilly
Swanee River, Memphis Blues, Malloney's Boogie, Black And Blue, Tishomingo Blues, I Want A Little Girl, Muskrat Ramble, Granville Street Blues, China Boy, Yellow Dog Blues
Graeme Bell piano, Buce Bakewell clarinet, Bob Erwig cornet, Geoff Holmes trombone, Mike Walmsley banjo/guitar, Al Mayers drums, Jack Vincken double bass
CD 036  The Entertainers ('74) 
Canadian Talent Library: Scott Joplin, George Lewis, Olivia Newton John, Ringo 
The Entertainer, Everybody Loves My Baby, Let Me Be There, Dauphine Street Blues, Bloor Street Breakdown (Bob Erwig's composition) 1919 March, You're Sixteen, Swipesey Cakewalk, Inspiration, East Coast Trot, Perdido Street Blues, Chrysanthemum Rag
Bruce Bakewell clarinet, Bob Erwig cornet, Geoff Holmes trombone, Juergen Hesse banjo, Craig Barrett drums, Chris Daniels double bass
CD 034  Live At Harbourfront ('77) (SOLD OUT)
Recorded Sunday March 27, 1977 with 850 enthusiastic jazz fans at Harbourfront, Toronto. An extraordinarily happy occasion
Red Wing, Ostrich Walk, Stranger On The Shore, Walk Through The Valley, dans les rues d'Antibes, Hiawatha, Arkansa Blues, Crazy 'Bout My Baby, Les Oignons, Auf Wiedersehen
Jim Buchmann clarinet/saxello/alto, Bob Erwig cornet, Geoff Holmes trombone/vocals, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Steve Tattersall drums, Chris Daniels double bass/vocals
CD 033  With Spiegle Willcox ('88) (SOLD OUT)
Spiegle's 85th birthday present to family and friends. Sweet trombone
When I Grow Too Old, Spiegle's Blues, I Want A Girl Just Like The Girl, Lonesome Road, When You're Smiling, Someday Sweetheart, Everybody Loves My Baby, Avalon, Petite Fleur, Way Down Yonder, Margie, After You've Gone, Indiana, I Want A Little Girl
Spiegle Willcox trombone/vocals, Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano sax, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Jamie Aug drums, Chris Daniels double bass
CD 032  With Kenny Davern ('85) (SOLD OUT)
A sunny Sunday April afternoon -- the late, great clarinetist in top form
Ole Miss Rag, Oh Baby!, Jeep's Blues, Bobby Shafto, Muskrat Ramble, Mood Indigo, I Want A Little Girl, Big house Blues, Get Out Of Here And Go On Home
Kenny Davern clarinet, Mick Lewis clarinet/soprano/alto sax, Bob Erwig cornet, Len Gosling trombone, Jack Vincken plectrum banjo, Pete McCormick drums, Chris Daniels double bass
      
CASSETTES
CAS 005   With Ken Colyer
CAS 011   Chick'n'Deli
CAS 012   With Carol Leigh
CAS 018   Yes Sir!
CAS 020    Konnichiwa! Japan
CAS 021    Konnichiwa! II
CAS 022   Spreading Joy

ORDER CDS $15 EACH
Circle CDs, enter name, address 
and phone number and send a 
cheque to Climax Music Ltd. Box 
383 Stn. F Toronto Canada M4Y 2L8
DVD035 Live in Arizona (2008) (SOLD OUT) 
CD030   Gospel Train (2006)
CD029   Don't Give Up The Ship (2005)
CD028   the best of mick lewis (2005)
CD027   all the girls go crazy (2004)
CD026   direct to disk (1978)
CD025   Toronto To New Orleans (2001)
CD024   The Early Years ('73'75)
CD023   Travelling On (1999)
CD022   Spreading Joy 
CD021   Konnichiwa! ll (1996) 
CD020   Konnichiwa! Japan (1995) 
CD018   Yes Sir! (1996)
CD017   Rainbow (1993)
CD014   By Request (1988) (SOLD OUT)
FROM THE ARCHIVES
CD040   Talking Pictures (1981)
CD039   Climax '79 (1979)
CD038   The Chant (1977) (SOLD OUT)
CD037   With Graeme Bell (1975)
CD036   The Entertainers (1974)
CD034   Live At Harbourfront (1977) (OUT OF STOCK)
CD033   With Spiegle Willcox (1988) (SOLD OUT)
CD032   With Kenny Davern (1985) (SOLD OUT)
CD024   The Early Years 1973-75
           
CASSETTES ($10 each)
CAS005   Climax With Ken Colyer
CAS011   At The Chick'N'Deli
CAS012   Climax With Carol Leigh          
CAS018   Yes Sir! That's My Baby          
CAS021   Konnichiwa! Japan (SOLD OUT)
CAS021   Konnichiwa II
CAS022   Spreading Joy

TOTAL   $__________

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Thursday, October 27, 2016

CANADA -- YOU'RE THE BEST!


CANADA -- YOU'RE THE BEST!
LONELY PLANET CHOOSES CANADA AS NUMBER ONE DESTINATION FOR 2017
VANCOUVER, Oct. 25, 2016 /CNW/ - If you're looking for somewhere exciting to travel next year, look to Canada, Lonely Planet's number one destination for 2017. Each year, the leading travel media company ranks destinations based on the diversity and quality of travel experiences offered. Results are published in the annual Best in Travel series. The 2017 edition, featuring Canada, hits the shelves today.
"We are honoured to have been selected as Lonely Planet's Destination of the Year for 2017," said the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism. "Of course, this recognition doesn't mean our work is done; it should encourage us to keep this momentum building. Our tourism partners from coast to coast to coast are working hard to provide travellers with unique and unforgettable experiences. There is something for everyone here. The year 2017 is also our country's 150th anniversary, and we couldn't think of a better time to invite the world to discover Canada."
"This is exciting!" said David F. Goldstein, Destination Canada's President and CEO, "We can't think of a better time to invite the next generation of travellers to discover Canada."
"Canada is always popular with us," said Lonely Planet's Canada destination editor Alex Howard, "but there's so much happening in 2017 that made it number one. It's the country's biggest birthday party in recent memory with the sesquicentennial next year, and they won't be shy about celebrating. Now is the time to start planning a trip." 
As a premiere four season travel destination, there is no shortage of extraordinary experiences for travellers to Canada. Whether you looking to escape into pristine wilderness or explore our vibrant cities, rich in culture and great food, we have something for everyone.
Over 14 million international visitors chose to explore Canada between January and August 2016, including a record breaking 2.5 million overseas arrivals last summer.
We are ready to welcome the world to #ExploreCanada.