• Destination Canada News: COVID-19 Updates: 6/12/2020

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    June 12, 2020
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    Please see the below updates for the week of June 8 - 12

    Join the conversation #CanadaChat

    Mark your calendars for #CanadaChat on Twitter as we discuss the upcoming summer season in Canada.

    When: Wednesday, June 17 from 10 am to 11 am (PST)/ 1 pm to 2 pm (EST)

    Now more than ever, it is important that we come together as a sector to discuss relevant travel topics, #CanadaChat provides that opportunity for conversation. A new Canada travel topic is discussed every quarter, bringing together travellers, Provincial Marketing Organizations, Destination Marketing Organizations and Small and Medium sized Enterprises. The chat is a unique opportunity for our partners to engage with travellers and share all that Canada has to offer on both our English (@explorecanada) and French (@explorezsansfin) Twitter accounts with a collective audience of over 500K.
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    Latest Research

    Core to Destination Canada’s mandate is the sharing of information on the state of, and prospects, for Canada’s tourism sector. Our COVID-19 research reports are intended to support recovery efforts.  
    Here’s what’s new this week:  

    Canadian Resident Sentiment & Travel Related Measures

    • Resident Sentiment Tracking Presentation (June 9 data). Read more.
    • Canada Resident Sentiment & Travel Related Measures (June 9 data). Read more.

    COVID-19 Impact & Recovery Reports

    • Domestic Impact & Recovery Report (June 2 data). Read more.
    • German Impact & Recovery Report (June 3 data). Read more.
    • International Summary Infographic (June 2 data). Read more. 

    COVID-19 Tourism Workforce Impact Survey

    Tourism HR Canada has launched the COVID-19 Tourism Workforce Impact Survey to help shape recovery efforts and ensure they are providing targeted, useful, and timely resources to tourism businesses across the country.

    The research will assist Tourism HR Canada in making policy and program recommendations specific to addressing workforce needs during and post COVID-19.

    The consolidated data and analysis will be made available to all participating organizations.

    The survey will be live until June 26th.
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    Industry Webinar

    Thank you to everyone who joined us for our business events panel discussion. Thank you also to our Director of Sales, Jennifer Attersall for moderating and to our panelists, for their participation.

    We hope the insights our panelists offered will help guide your own strategies as you move forward toward meaningful recovery. Download a copy of our focus group report here.
    If you were unable to join us or want to share the webinar with your wider team, you can find the recording on our website here. Webinar notes in English and French will also be added on this page soon. 

     Destination Canada in the News  

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    • Travel Press | Hyper-local Is Where Recovery Starts
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