National Tourism Indicators

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Second quarter 2011

Income and Expenditure Accounts Division

This publication presents information on the National Tourism Indicators (NTI). The data portray the evolution of tourism in Canada on a quarterly basis. Estimates of supply and demand for each of the main commodities and employment for tourism and non-tourism industries as identified in the Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) are recorded as time series. All series are benchmarked to the TSA.

Statistical tables providing the most recent quarterly and annual estimates are organized around six topics: tourism demand in Canada, tourism domestic demand, tourism exports, supply, tourism employment and tourism gross domestic product. The tables show both the levels of the NTI, at current and constant prices, and their percentage changes (the numbers directly under the rows showing the level of each NTI). The quarterly percentage change is shown when the data are seasonally adjusted. The year-over-year percentage change is shown when the data are not seasonally adjusted.

For further details on the NTI, see the section Concepts, methodology and data quality. For more in-depth explanations and related information see Related documentation.


This publication was prepared by staff of the Income and Expenditure Accounts Division and the National Accounts Integration and Development Division: Karen Ashman, Mélanie Bélanger, Arthur Berger, Anne-Marie Bridger, Georgina Challita, Éric Desjardins, Shuhua Gao, Chris Jackson, Demi Kotsovos, Kim Longtin, Chris MacPhail, Rob Puchyr, James Tebrake, and Joe Wilkinson.