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Canadian tourism facts

, : Canadian tourism facts. Canadian tourism facts: 22pp.

Tourism is a major national industry, playing a key role in the vitality of the Canadian economy. The reports presents a statistical profile of the industry in 1989. Some of the key findings are that tourism is worth $25 000 million to the economy, it directly employs 622 400 people in approximately 60 000 businesses. Tourism employment, with a four percent growth rate between 1975-89, surpassed the growth rates of the major industrial sectors in Canada.

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