Travel Alberta

Brewster Travel Canada flood update

Brewster Travel Canada’s iconic attractions, sightseeing tours, transportation services, hotels and vacation package businesses are fully operational following the heavy rainfall in the Bow Valley. 

Banff is back and ready to welcome visitors following the re-opening of the 4-lane, divided Trans-Canada Highway through Banff National Park. In addition, Lake Minnewanka has been re-opened to the public. The Banff Lake Cruise will return to its regular operating schedule today, with the first cruise setting out at 10 am. 

“Our thoughts are with all those impacted by the recent events in Southern Alberta. As a proud member of the Bow Valley, Brewster Travel Canada is dedicated now more than ever to welcoming visitors from around the world and showcasing this incredible destination”, said Michael Hannan, President, Brewster Travel Canada. “We would also like to thank the Government of Alberta, Parks Canada, the RCMP, and all others involved who have worked nonstop since last Friday.” 

The Brewster team and the Banff community are eager to welcome guests to the Canadian Rockies for a sunny Canada Day weekend and a great summer season. 

About Brewster Travel Canada -  For more than a century, Brewster Travel Canada has been delivering premium Canadian travel experiences to the global market by connecting travellers to one of the world’s most spectacular natural locations. Brewster’s guiding principles are based on integrity through ethical practices, environmental stewardship, excellence in customer service and product delivery, and strength through growth and sustainable development. With expertise in travel planning, transportation, hospitality and attractions, Brewster Travel Canada has set the standard of excellence for authentic travel experiences in Canada. 

For further information, please contact:

Juliette Recompsat -  Communications Specialist
Brewster Travel Canada
Ph: 403.762.6762

Brewster Travel Canada