Labour Woes Will Drag Tourism’s Growth Potential: Quebec’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

Labour Woes Will Drag Tourism’s Growth Potential: Quebec’s Travel Markets Outlook to 2027

Provincial
Pages:15 pages20 min read

Author: The Conference Board of Canada

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This report contains a review of and outlook for tourism activity in Quebec. It examines domestic, U.S., and overseas activity, and considers the situation in Québec City and Montréal.

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In this report, we consider the tourism industry in Quebec, including the impact of labour shortages on the accommodation and food services sector.

While visitation will grow in 2023 and 2024 and overnight visits will fully recover, labour market challenges could impede tourism growth potential in Quebec. With the province’s immigration target currently capped at 50,000 immigrants per year, will expanding this cap to reach 60,000 by 2027 help address these challenges? Will interprovincial visits pick up give recent cuts to provincial income tax rates? Will seizing on sustainable tourism trends place the province in a favourable position?

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Key findings
Quebec snapshot
Overview
Domestic activity
United States and overseas
Overall performance
Appendix A—Bibliography

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