Moving Forward Through Fire: Nova Scotia’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

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Moving Forward Through Fire: Nova Scotia’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

Provincial
Pages:13 pages15 min read

Author: The Conference Board of Canada

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This report contains a review of and outlook for tourism activity in Nova Scotia. It examines domestic, U.S., and overseas activity and considers the situation in Halifax.

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In this report, we consider the tourism industry in Nova Scotia post-pandemic, including the impact of wildfire activity on visitation numbers.

Domestic travel to the province has picked up, despite a looming economic slowdown in Canada, but how will the lag in employment in the accommodation and food services industry impede recovery? Will fears of potential wildfires keep visitors away from parks and camping sites? What will be the impact of cutbacks in the airline industry and cuts to ferry services on interprovincial travel and U.S. visitation?

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Key findings
Nova Scotia snapshot
Overview
Domestic activity
United States and overseas
City highlight: Halifax
Overall performance
Appendix A—Bibliography
Methodology

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