Trends Analysis: Tourism

Mon, 06/19/2017 - 08:30

In 2014, tourism in British Columbia accounted for $7.7 million (3.2%) of the province’s gross domestic product (GDP), contributed $14,582,000 in revenues, and employed 127,500 people. At the Columbia Basin-Boundary regional level determining the impact of the tourism sector is difficult, however we do know that in 2014, the tourism sector in the Columbia Basin-Boundary region employed 4,500 people (4% of provincial total) and was home to 820 (4% of the provincial total) of the tourism related establishments.


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