Newly launched lounges at Pearson
Plaza Premium Lounge welcomes air travellers with two newly launched lounges at Toronto Pearson International Airport. The Terminal 3 International Lounge is Plaza Premium’s newest lounge in Toronto, featuring wood accents, a full-service Aero bar, comfortable sofa chairs and loungers, and an expansive dining area with bar and bistro seats.
The Concept Lounge located at Domestic Departures, Pre-security, Terminal 1 features a “Peace of Mind” concept with open space and floral ambience. Enjoy free Fast Track cards to breeze through security. This is a temporary lounge while the airside lounge undergoes a facelift to completed by May 2022.
Beer brand Corona is opening its own island in spring 2022. Located off the coast of Colombia, Corona Island will be a natural island destination focusing on responsible tourism and sustainability. It has partnered with non-profit Oceanic Global to ensure it operates with a minimal environmental footprint. Access to the island will only be open to certain countries upon opening, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Paraguay, Peru and South Africa. Livecoronaisland.com
Spiritus in Toronto
Toronto-based Daymak has built a reputation for pushing the boundaries of Light Electric Vehicles (LEVs) in Canada. Launched in 2001, founder Aldo Baiocchi’s vision was to make a positive impact on the environment. He dreamed of developing a green electric car to revolutionize the industry and make emission-free vehicles accessible for the average commuter. The Daymak Spiritus is a three-wheel, two-seater electric car that rides like a go kart and is loaded with features. Deliveries start in 2023. Daymakavvenire.com
Luxury travel goods
UK-based brand Stow has disrupted the world of luxury accessorie with contemporary, colourful and practical designs such as the luxurious leather travel pouch developed for our Covid travel requirements. It features a transparent side to allow for easier access to documents. Keep your tiniest tech cargo handy and safe in its own mini suitcase.