ILAC Canadian Tourism College Launches Vaccine Passport for September

This September, ILAC CTC will require all international students to present a vaccine passport to join in-person classes in Toronto and Vancouver. The updated ILAC vaccine policy will take effect on September 7, 2021. “These are our values,” say Jonathan Kolber, CEO of ILAC CTC. “Everyone deserves to have a safe place to study and […]

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Davie Harvie, Campus director

Meet our Campus Director at both Canadian Tourism College and Sterling College. Davie Harvie is an experienced education professional with a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) focused in Secondary Education. She has over 15 years of experience working in the field of education. She enjoys seeing students succeed and graduate successfully! We receive many questions from […]

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The best travel books to read this summer!

Summertime is best spent with a good book.  You can get an insight into your future career path or prospective industry by learning about Heather Poole’s experiences as a flight attendant for fifteen years or traveling with Monisha on her 80 train journeys around India or by finding out how many unpredictable situations can occur […]

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ILAC Canadian Tourism College Signs Agreement with Capilano University

May 27, 2021  ILAC Canadian Tourism College Signs Agreement with Capilano University Capilano University and ILAC Canadian Tourism College have signed an articulation agreement that allows qualified ILAC CTC students to enter the Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) at CapU. Students from the Hospitality and Resort Business Management with Co-op and Travel and Tourism Business […]

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The Future of Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World – Part 2 with Alwyn du Plessis

In part 2 of this blog feature, we continue to share insights from our info session, “The Future of Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World”. Hosted by Director of Admissions Michelle Bancroft, this session featured two of our experienced and passionate CTC instructors, Jeff Thomson (Travel & Tourism) and Alwyn du Plessis (Hospitality). In this blog, […]

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The Future of Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World – Part 1 with Jeff Thomson

A travel picture showing the Taj Mahal as the main focus.

Earlier this year we held a very special online information session called “The Future of Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World”. Hosted by Director of Admissions Michelle Bancroft, this session featured two of our experienced and passionate CTC instructors, Jeff Thomson (Travel & Tourism) and Alwyn du Plessis (Hospitality). In this two-part blog series we will […]

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ILAC Partners with Air Canada to Support International Student Travel to Canada

Air Canada aircraft flying against a blue sky with white clouds

Press Release February 23, 2021 The ILAC Education Group and Air Canada have signed a joint agreement to support international student travel to Canada. All ILAC students with a valid study permit are now eligible for a 15% discount on any international Air Canada flight to Toronto or Vancouver. The partnership with Air Canada, the […]

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ILAC and Canadian Tourism College receive approval to reopen to international students outside of Canada

November 4, 2020  PRESS RELEASE For immediate release ILAC is now on the approved list of designated learning institutions (DLIs) that have reopened to international students from outside of Canada. The list also includes ILAC’s Higher Education division made up of ILAC International College, Sterling College and Canadian Tourism College (CTC). International students who have […]

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Meet our CTC Instructors: Christina and Patrick

All of our CTC instructors have extensive industry experience and take great pride in sharing their knowledge with our students. Today we have two interviews to share. One with Christina Ling, who teaches the Flight Attendant program at the Vancouver campus, and another with Patrick Akuagwu who teaches Hospitality Management at the Surrey Campus. Let’s begin! […]

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