2018 Research Boundary Country Year in Review
Read the Full Report Here: Boundary District 2018 Visitor Highlights Summary
- The Peak season for average monthly BC visitation in 2018 is Winter, followed by Spring, Summer and Fall.
- The Top City by Visitor Origin differs by season. Castlegar ranked first in Summer and Fall, followed by Vancouver in Winter and Nelson in Spring.
- Rejuvenators from Nelson and Castlegar are the top EQ Type in Spring, Summer and Fall.
- Cultural Explorers from Vancouver are the dominant EQ Type in Winter, followed by Rejuvenators in Nelson, Rossland and Castlegar and Authentic Experiencers in Langley and Surrey.
- The Peak season for average monthly Alberta visitation in 2018 is Winter, followed by Spring and Summer. There was limited visitation during Fall.
- The Top City by Visitor Origin differs by season. The La Crete Area ranked first in Summer and Fall, followed by Calgary in Winter and Fort Mcmurray in Spring.
- No Hassle Travellers from Fort Mcmurray and the La Crete Area are the top EQ Type in Spring, Summer and Fall.
- Authentic Experiencers from Calgary are the dominant EQ Type in Winter and the second largest market in Spring.
Note: ALL counts exclude residents of the Thompson Okanagan Region.
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Sources: TELUS Insights, Environics Analytics
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- By de-identifying and aggregating the data, it is possible to preform geographic and movement analysis, while respecting privacy.
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