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With hotel occupancies and rates in the United States skyrocketing to pre-Sept. 11, 2001, levels, Canadian destinations — thanks to relatively sane room rates and a still-weak currency compared to the U.S. dollar — are an attractive choice for incentive planners.

According to Smith Travel Research, which tracks lodging industry results, the average occupancy nationwide in Canada for 2005 was only 44.5 percent; hotels averaged $98 a nigh

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