The Economic Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Indigenous Tourism Businesses in Alberta

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The Economic Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Indigenous Tourism Businesses in Alberta

Industry Sector Economics
Pages:19 pages10 min read

Author: Cherin Hamadi, Gregory Hermus, Jonathan Lachaine

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This data briefing examines the Indigenous tourism sector’s overall footprint in Alberta, including its estimated economic impacts in 2022 by region and industry.

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In this research, we examine the economic impact of the Indigenous tourism sector in Alberta, considering its estimated pre-pandemic performance, estimated performance in 2022, and projection to 2026.

What proportion of Indigenous businesses in Alberta are classified as export-ready? Will the Indigenous tourism sector completely recover by 2026? In what region and industries are most Indigenous tourism businesses concentrated?

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Key Findings
Alberta’s Indigenous Tourism Businesses
The Indigenous Tourism Sector’s Footprint in 2019–21
Estimated Economic Impacts of the Indigenous Tourism Sector in 2022
Comparative Projection of the Sector’s Performance
Data Challenges
Strategies to Address Data Gaps
Appendix A – Definitions
Appendix B – Methodology

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