Excess Baggage Won’t Impede Tourism’s Flight: Canada’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

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Excess Baggage Won’t Impede Tourism’s Flight: Canada’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

Canadian Economics Travel and Tourism
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Author: The Conference Board of Canada

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This is a forecast and interactive dashboard of Canadian tourism. It explores traveller behaviour, the role of public health, and impacts on industry businesses—as well as how the nature of Canadian tourism could permanently change.

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In this annual report, we explore how the tourism sector is recovering three years after the pandemic.

What are the top two factors to domestic tourism’s potential growth this summer? What are the predictions for travellers from the United States and overseas, particularly China? How did the pandemic alter travel patterns, particularly for the business sector?

Read the issue briefings to get our full analysis.

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  1. Dape Informatique

    Hi,

    I am searching for the articles or papers of economics of summary for exexutives, I could not find it since pendamic. Are they finished or not?
    These articles are for our ministry of finances du Quebec. Today I wanted to download the paper”Excess Baggage Won’t Impede Tourism’s Flight: Canada’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027″, but there is no choice of this action. I don’t know what reason.
    Regards!

    • CBoC

      Hi there,
      Thank you for your review.

      At this time we do not publish summary for executives for Travel Markets Outlook. This online experience is the summary of the series for this release. For the issue briefings that are tied to each province and territory you can find them here: https://www.conferenceboard.ca/focus-areas/canadian-economics/travel-markets-outlook/

      This page will be updated as the issue briefings are released.