Boundary Country Seasonal Visitor Research – Spring 2019

For Additional Information and Visitor Breakdown by Explorer Type (EQ) read the full report here: Boundary Country Spring 2019 Summary

  • The Number of Spring Domestic Minimum One-Night stays decreased by 8,640 or 19% when comparing Spring 2018 to Spring 2019. The decrease is consistent in all Provinces with the exception of Saskatchewan which saw an increase of 3% in Spring 2019.
  • There was no ranking visitation from the following Provinces/Territories in Spring 2018 or 2019: Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, Yukon Territories and Prince Edward Island.
  • The Number of Spring International Minimum One-Night stays increased by 2,690 or 28% when comparing Spring 2018 to Spring 2019. The increase is consistent in the USA.

Note: ALL counts exclude residents of the Thompson Okanagan Region.

For more information about 2018 Year-In-Review or the Research Program review our Research Program Overview.

Sources: TELUS InsightsEnvironics Analytics

TELUS Insights

Data and Privacy 

TELUS recognizes that Big Data comes with big responsibility to protect the privacy of individuals. They have implemented industry leading standards to protect privacy every step of the way through:

  • De-Identification of data meaning it cannot be traced back to an individual.
  • Aggregation of data into large data pools ensuring privacy is fully protected at all times.
  • Data extrapolation to be representative of the total Canadian Population.
  • By de-identifying and aggregating the data, it is possible to preform geographic and movement analysis, while respecting privacy.

TELUS has implemented industry-leading Privacy and Design standards to ensure that privacy is not compromised.

  • All the data analyzed by TELUS Insights is de-identified, meaning it cannot be traced back to an individual.
  • It is also aggregated into large data pools to reveal mass-movement patterns and trends, and extrapolated to be representative of the total Canadian population as a further means of ensuring their privacy is protected at all times.
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Simone Carlysle-Smith, Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, Managing Director for Symphony Tourism Services

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