Includes tourism information about visitors to Vancouver (e.g. stats on air traffic and cruise ship data).
Economic factors heavily influence tourism and travel industries.The major banks provide some free online analysis. Search Business Source Ultimate or CBCA Reference for country reports on Canada or other nations available only to database subscribers.
It includes "comprehensive statistical time series and indicators essential for the analysis of world trade, investment, international financial flows, and development". The table of contents outlining the range of reports and data available is a good starting point for using this resource.
Statista provides statistical data on many topics including media, business, politics, society, technology and education. Sources include market reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government databases. Charts can be downloaded in PNG, PowerPoint, Excel or PDF formats or embedded in web pages and can be great in papers or presentations.
Help videos and more details are available at: https://www.statista.com/statistic-portal/.
How many people live in Canada? Where do they live? How old are they? What languages do they speak? Check out the Census 2021 information on the Statistics Canada website if you're looking for demographic information for Canadians.
Statistics Canada allows you to access many statistics on travel and tourism in Canada, including information on domestic and international travel. Once you arrive at the home page, go to Browse By Subject and select Travel and Tourism. Look for links to Publications or Summary Tables to access data.
Vividata allows users to customize their reports by demographics, attitudes, media consumption and profiling, retail outlets and product usage. The username and password are posted on your library account page (at the bottom).
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"The Canadian Chapter of TTRA is dedicated to individuals interested in advancing the quality and effectiveness of tourism research and marketing and fosters the value and use of research in the marketing, planning, and development of tourism in Canada."
This website contains research information on tourism in Canada, with sections on Statistics & Figures, Market Knowledge, Product Knowledge, Industry Research, and Trends & Outlook. Find this information under the Research tab on the homepage.
The CTC website also has three great tools you can use for business or marketing plans: 1) the Brand Toolkit, a guide to using Canada's tourism brand to strengthen your business; 2) Experience, a marketing tool kit to help tourism operators turn their products into experiences to meet the expectations of today's travellers, as well as offering information on travel trends, research, and best practices; and 3) EQ (Explorer Quotient), a tool that tourism operators can use to enrich their product positioning and, consequently, gain a competitive advantage.
Comprehensive database that promotes professionalism throughout the industry and addresses key labour market issues for Canadian tourism businesses, labour unions, associations, educators and government agencies.
From their website, "The Canadian Camping and RV Council (CCRVC) is a federation consisting of the Provincial Campground Owners’ Associations across Canada, the Canadian Recreational Vehicle Association and the Recreational Vehicle Dealers Association of Canada."
The primary functions of [US] OTTI are: management of the travel and tourism statistical system for assessing the economic contribution of the industry and providing the sole source for characteristic.