Canada New England Cruise Symposium Cruise 101 John Hansen

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Canada New England Cruise Symposium Cruise 101 John Hansen

  1. 1. Cruise 101 Canada / New England Cruise Symposium June 8-10, 2010 “Economic Impact In Canada” John Hansen, President North West & Canada Cruise Association
  2. 2. Summary of Cruise Industry Economic Impacts, 2007 (Millions of Dollars) British Atlantic Rest of Canada Columbia Quebec Canada Canada Passenger Traffic 1,955,937 1,415,631 110,631 409,514 N.A. Direct Economic Impacts Cruise Industry Direct Spending $1,116 $765 $78 $60 $213 Employment 9,791 6,910 609 476 1,796 Total Economic Impacts Total Output $2,259 $1,498 $150 $122 $489 Employment 16,645 11,816 1,104 872 2,853
  3. 3. Direct Cruise-Related Expenditures in Canada by Source, 2007 (Millions of Dollars) Segments Canada Share British Share Quebec Share Atlantic Share Columbia Canada Cruise Lines $666 60% $381 50% $51 65% $30 50% Passengers $420 38% $362 47% $24 31% $24 40% Crew $30 2% $22 3% $3 4% $6 10% Total $1,116 $765 $78 $60
  4. 4. Cruise Passenger Traffic in Canada by Port, 2007 Halifax 176,742 9% Nanaimo Victoria 30,418 324,000 2% 17% Montreal 28,688 2% Other Cornerbrook 132,950 20,462 8% 1% Charlottetown 19,358 1% Vancouver Other Quebec Ports 960,554 15,296 St. John's 50% 8,696 Other NFL Ports 7,727 Campbell River 2,305
  5. 5. Supplies & Services
  6. 6. Crew
  7. 7. Training & Education
  8. 8. THANK YOU

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