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Domestic tourism in Alberta north tourism region : a summary of ... domestic visitor numbers, expenditures and characteristics

Description

Whether to see their friends and relatives, for business, or for pleasure, millions of person-visits are made to destinations in the Alberta North Tourism Destination Region (TDR) by residents of Alberta, other Canadians, visitors from the United States, and overseas visitors. This includes same day and overnight trips for Albertans and other Canadians, and just overnight trips for U.S. and overseas visitors. To better understand the size and characteristics of these visitors, Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation commissioned Research Resolutions & Consulting to prepare a special analyses of the Travel Survey of Residents of Canada (TSRC) and the International Travel Survey (ITS) that are both conducted by Statistics Canada. These consumer surveys provide tourism information for travel in Alberta by Canadians and trips to the province made by U.S. and overseas visitors. This summary highlights key findings only. For more information on tourism in Alberta, please contact Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation.

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northern alberta statistics tourism

Title and publication information

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Tourism in Alberta North tourism region: A summary of ... visitor numbers, expenditures and characteristics

Alternative Title

Tourism in Alberta North tourism region : a summary of ... visitor numbers and characteristics

Frequency

Annual

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Culture and Tourism

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Start Date

2012-01-01

End Date

2015-01-01

Resource Dates

Date Created

2014-06-01

Date Added

2016-01-12T18:57:52.430965

Date Modified

2018-07-01

Date Issued

2014-06-01

Audience information

Identifiers

ISSN (online)

2292-9959

ISSN (print)

2292-9940

NEOS catalogue key

6659812

Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

Estimates for 2013 and 2014 are not comparable with previous years (2012 and earlier), as Statistics Canada made a major file structure change in 2013. Data was suppressed so that the 2013 and 2014 data has considerably less detail than what was available in 2012 and earlier.

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