Alberta Tourism in the News: June 13-17
Visitor experience survey results for Banff, getting the most out of an Alberta summer vacation, and a projected increase in the number of Canadians choosing domestic destinations in 2016 – just a few of the tourism industry articles appearing in mainstream media over the past week.
In the round-up, we take a quick look at some of the industry-related news you may want to know more about. Every once in a while, it’s good to know what your fellow operators are doing, what those in the industry are saying and trends that may impact Alberta’s visitor economy.
Here are some of the tourism-related stories from June 13-17, 2016:
- Survey finds visitors struggle to find value for money in Banff, via Rocky Mountain Outlook.
- Surviving the Slump: Travel Alberta without breaking the bank, via Global News.
- Tourist towns asking for new revenue tools in MGA, via The Crag and Canyon.
- Canada’s tourism industry set to grow again in 2016, via Radio Canada International.
- Low dollar to draw more visitors to Calgary, conference board projects, via CBC News.
- Conference Board stats confirm rise in domestic travel, via Travelweek News.
- Edmonton not at the top of the list for tourists, via CBC News.
For other news, check out the In the Media section of Travel Alberta’s Industry website.
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