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Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry May–June 2017

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 5 pages | July 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry March–April 2017

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | May 2017 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Markets Outlook: Metropolitan Focus, Spring 2017

This report offers an in-depth analysis and forecast for tourism activity in Canada and in nine major metropolitan areas. The report also provides an outlook for domestic, United States, and key overseas markets such as Europe and Asia. A companion publication, Travel Markets Outlook: National Focus, forecasts tourism activity in the provinces and Yukon.

Report | 16 pages | May 2017 | Klaus Edenhoffer | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Markets Outlook: National Focus, Spring 2017

This report is a forecast of tourism activity in Canada, the provinces, and Yukon plus the outlook for domestic, United States, and key overseas markets such as Europe and Asia. Travel prices are examined, including costs of travel (air, rail, and car); accommodation; food and beverages; as well as recreation and entertainment. A companion publication, Travel Markets Outlook: Metropolitan Focus, forecasts tourism activity in nine Canadian cities.

Report | 18 pages | May 2017 | Klaus Edenhoffer | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry January–February 2017

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | March 2017 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry November–December 2016

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | February 2017 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry September–October 2016

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | December 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Time: Canadians Outbound Travel Intentions for Winter 2016-17

Current travel intentions data indicate that more than two-thirds of Canadians plan to take a leisure trip this winter. Where are they headed? Join this webinar presentation and find out which global regions can expect to see Canadian visitors in the coming months! Every year, the Canadian Tourism Research Institute (CTRI) conducts a winter Canadian Travel Intentions survey, the results of which are critical for destination representatives, tour operators, transportation companies, and government officials looking for a reliable outlook for the winter travel season. CTRI holds more than 20 years of travel intentions data, allowing for historical information to be considered and future trends to be assessed. In addition to trip profiles and traveller characteristics, the survey also collects data on the following indicators: booking timelines; websites that travellers plan to visit; use of packages versus independent travel; use of travel agents and other tourism suppliers; use of mobile devices; trip motivations;

Recorded Webinar | November 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Markets Outlook: National Focus, Autumn 2016

This report is a forecast of tourism activity in Canada, the provinces, and Yukon plus the outlook for domestic, United States, and key overseas markets such as Europe and Asia. Travel prices are examined, including costs of travel (air, rail, and car); accommodation; food and beverages; as well as recreation and entertainment. A companion publication, Travel Markets Outlook: Metropolitan Focus, forecasts tourism activity in nine Canadian cities.

Report | 18 pages | November 2016 | Greg Hermus | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Markets Outlook: Metropolitan Focus, Autumn 2016

This report offers an in-depth analysis and forecast for tourism activity in Canada and in nine major metropolitan areas. The report also provides an outlook for domestic, United States, and key overseas markets such as Europe and Asia. A companion publication, Travel Markets Outlook: National Focus, forecasts tourism activity in the provinces and Yukon.

Report | 16 pages | November 2016 | Greg Hermus | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry July–August 2016

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 5 pages | October 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry May–June 2016

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | July 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Markets Outlook: Metropolitan Focus, Spring 2016

This report offers an in-depth analysis and forecast for tourism activity in Canada and in nine major metropolitan areas. The report also provides an outlook for domestic, United States, and key overseas markets such as Europe and Asia. A companion publication, Travel Markets Outlook: National Focus, forecasts tourism activity in the provinces and Yukon.

Report | 16 pages | June 2016 | Greg Hermus | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Markets Outlook: National Focus, Spring 2016

This report is a forecast of tourism activity in Canada, the provinces, and Yukon plus the outlook for domestic, United States, and key overseas markets such as Europe and Asia. Travel prices are examined, including costs of travel (air, rail, and car); accommodation; food and beverages; as well as recreation and entertainment. A companion publication, Travel Markets Outlook: Metropolitan Focus, forecasts tourism activity in nine Canadian cities.

Report | 18 pages | June 2016 | Greg Hermus | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry March–April 2016

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | May 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Summer Plans: Results of The 2016 Canadian Summer Travel Intentions Survey

The worst of winter is over and warmer weather is on its way. And as Canadians begin to make their summer travel decisions, the shaky economy and fluctuations in the Loonie are causing uncertainty for many potential travelers. So what can be expected for tourism in 2016? Every year, the Canadian Tourism Research Institute (CTRI) conducts a seasonal Canadian Travel Intentions survey, the results of which are critical for destination representatives, tourist operators, transportation companies, and government officials looking for a reliable outlook for the summer travel season. CTRI holds more than 20 years worth of travel intentions survey data, allowing for historical data to be considered and future trends to be identified. Don’t miss this chance to hear the results of the latest Travel Intentions survey, as well as analysis from CTRI's experts Greg Hermus and Jennifer Hendry.

Recorded Webinar | May 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

The Global Tourism Industry : Growing through Shocks

The travel and tourism sector accounts for almost 10 per cent of global gross domestic product (US$ 7 trillion), supports 277 million jobs around the world, and represents 6 per cent of global exports. What’s more, the industry has significant potential for further growth. The current 1.1 billion international tourist arrivals are expected to grow to 1.8 billion by 2030. New middle classes from countries such as China, senior travellers from the West, and the millennial generation are increasingly shaping travel and tourism globally. Since 2007, the World Economic Forum has published the Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report which provides a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the development of the T&T sector around the World. The quantitative part is based on the “Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index”, a benchmarking composite index that measures “the set of factors and policies that enable the sustainable development of the Travel & Tourism sector, which in turn, contributes to the development and competitiveness of a country”. The index ranks 141 countries across 14 separate dimensions offering a unique Global tool for benchmarking T&T development. The qualitative part provides insights from the industry on the recent developments and future trends of the sector. The most recently published edition ( 2015) focuses on how the travel and tourism sector has responded to economic, security, and health shocks over recent decades. Join Roberto Crotti and Tiffany Misrahi of the World Economic Forum for this presentation of the key findings from their Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, key trends facing the industry as well as a discussion on their newly-published research on travel security.

Recorded Webinar | April 2016 | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry January–February 2016

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | March 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Travel Exclusive: Key Trends for the Travel Industry November–December 2015

This bi-monthly publication from the Canadian Tourism Research Institute features articles that outline key trends for the travel industry.

Report | 4 pages | February 2016 | The Canadian Tourism Research Institute | The Conference Board of Canada

Outbound Canada: Winter 2015-16 Travel Intentions

Canadians' outbound trip intentions this winter are down compared to last year. About two-thirds of Canadians responding to the Canadian Tourism Research Institute's (CTRI) biennial travel intentions survey said their longest overnight trip this winter would be outside the country. Even though a similar proportion of travellers as last year intend to vacation in the U.S., overnight leisure trips Stateside are expected to fall below 8 million for the first time since 2011-2012. In addition, a smaller share of Canadians intend travel to Mexico and the Caribbean. Although Europe is not generally a major winter destination, an increasing share of respondents indicated plans to go there this winter. Join Jennifer Hendry of CTRI as she presents the latest results of the survey. CTRI holds more than 20 years worth of travel intentions survey data, allowing for historical data to be considered and future trends to be identified to the benefit of Canada's tourism industry.

Recorded Webinar | January 2016 | The Conference Board of Canada

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