Turning Back Toward International Visitors: Ontario’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

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Turning Back Toward International Visitors: Ontario’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

Travel and Tourism
Pages:15 pages15 min read

Author: The Conference Board of Canada

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This issue briefing contains a review of and outlook for tourism activity in Ontario. It examines domestic, U.S., and overseas activity and considers the situation in Niagara, Toronto, and Ottawa.

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We share our travel markets outlook for Ontario, including short-term and medium-term forecast risks. When will Ontario’s tourism market see overnight visits to the province return to pre-pandemic levels? Which provincial city will see visits by tourists recover most quickly to pre-pandemic numbers? Have U.S. and international visits rebounded to their pre-pandemic levels yet?

Read the issue briefing to get our full analysis.

Key Findings
Ontario snapshot
Overview
Domestic activity
United States and overseas
City highlight: Toronto
City highlight: Ottawa
City highlight: Niagara
Overall performance
Appendix A—Methodology

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