Domestic Travel: Saskatchewan’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2025

The Conference Board of Canada, 13 pages, September 8, 2021
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This report contains a review of and outlook for tourism activity in Saskatchewan, assessing the impact on tourism of COVID-19 and the public health restrictions. It examines domestic, U.S., and overseas activity.

Document Highlights

  • Saskatchewan’s travel markets are looking up. With pandemic-related restrictions fully lifted in the province and vaccination rates rising around the globe, the tourism sector will begin its long road to recovery in the second half of 2021.
  • Saskatchewan is home to many popular outdoor activities, something that will encourage travel among those still unwilling to visit more densely populated areas of Canada.
  • Strong economic growth will support a rebound in business travel, though the adoption of online meetings will slow the recovery.
  • Compared with more densely populated regions, Saskatchewan has low direct air connectivity to major cities, limiting the potential upside of its travel industry over the long term.

Table of Contents

Key findings
Saskatchewan snapshot
Overview
Domestic activity
United States and overseas
Overall performance
Methodology

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