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Victoria Tourism Bulletins

It would appear that it wasn’t only the residents of Greater Victoria who were affected by our cold, wet March. As we can see from the decline in occupancy rates from 2016, the weather deterred travelers from visiting, even in a month that provides families with the opportunity to get away for Spring Break. On the bright side, year to date numbers are still up over last year, and anecdotal information tells us that the rest of spring and summer bookings are strong.

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March 31, 2017 by admin

At least eight of the accommodators who provide stats for the Tourism Bulletin advised us that they are working with a reduced room inventory as a result of renovation and upgrading activities. We continue to be encouraged by the extent of hotel renovation activity which is important to enhancing the competitiveness of the tourism industry. Although ferry numbers declined somewhat in February, this is at least partly due to 2016 being a leap year. However, both the airport and the conference centre enjoyed improved performance relative to last year.

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February 28, 2017 by admin

Building on Success is a tourism theme about which we’ve been hearing quite a bit lately and was certainly reflected in this year’s very successful Tourism Industry Conference which was recently held at the Victoria Conference Centre and attracted hundreds of delegates from around the Province. The theme of building on success is also reflected in January’s tourism indicators for Victoria which show that 2017 is off to an even stronger start than 2016.

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January 30, 2017 by admin

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