Tourism Nova Scotia is sharing research and insights to show what tourism recovery could look like in Nova Scotia.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a widespread impact on tourism businesses, related-organizations, events, and communities. Every tourism stakeholder faces a different challenge at this time. As Nova Scotia’s tourism marketing and sector development organization, we are directing our resources towards programs, initiatives, and marketing activities that will help Nova Scotia’s tourism industry recover and rebuild.
Our research team has developed scenarios for what the post-pandemic recovery could look like in Nova Scotia. Based on this research, we’ve developed a phased marketing plan to help encourage people to explore Nova Scotia as travel markets begin to reopen.
Tourism Nova Scotia will continue to share updated research and marketing information as it becomes available. If you have questions about these reports, please contact us at TNScommunications@novascotia.ca.
- Tourism Recovery Research and Marketing Approach – as of April 28, 2020
- Tourism Nova Scotia's Tourism Recovery Marketing Approach - as of May 28, 2020
- Use New Tourism Nova Scotia Research Insights to Tailor Your Experiences to Appeal to Regional Travellers - presentation delivered June 23, 2020.
Destination Canada Research
Resident Sentiment Survey
Destination Canada is conducting a weekly survey of Canadians regarding their sentiments toward travel and visitation. This information will be updated on an ongoing basis.
Resident Comfort with Returning to Activities Survey
Destination Canada is conducting a weekly survey of Canadians to assess which activities they would be comfortable taking part in as public health restrictions ease.
Canada Travel Intentions Research
In June 2020, Destination Canada conducted a survey of Canadians regarding their intentions to travel both within Canada and internationally. The survey identifies the conditions that will encourage travel, and also includes helpful information for tourism businesses with respect to the types of safety practices travellers consider to be most important.