Although tourism revenues have grown significantly in each of the last three years, and 2016 was the best year in history for tourism visitors and revenue, we are not on track to meet the visionary target considering the current pace of growth. From the 2010 baseline of $2.0 billion annually, Nova Scotia tourism revenues have increased by 28.8 per cent to $2.6 billion in 2016.
year revenue 2010 2.019 2011 2.258 2012 2.325 2013 2.302 2014 2.409 2015 2.469 2016 2.6
WHAT THIS MEANS
This data shows the total amount of money being spent by consumers, both from within and outside of the province. This is a common indicator of the size of and growth in an industry.
Data for 2014, 2015 and 2016 is preliminary and subject to change.
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