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Canadian country vacations: the farm & rural tourism in Canada

, : Canadian country vacations: the farm & rural tourism in Canada. Tourism Recreation Research 16(1): 15-20

The article discusses the farm and rural tourism sector in Canada. It begins by distinguishing two groups of hosts in rural tourism: those engaged in land related occupations, and others. In Canada, the total number of hosts approximates 1000 with some 70% falling in the first category, hospitality farms, and 30% falling into the latter, country homes.

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