Tourism Saskatchewan is committed to providing industry partners with high quality and timely data and insights, which help to enhance the effectiveness of marketing and destination development activities in Saskatchewan. The Planning and Research branch regularly publishes a variety of reports covering tourism and industry trends, regional tourism activity, labour force information, and the results of primary and secondary research projects conducted both internally and by external research partners.

Tourism Trends

The Tourism Trends Report presents a review of tourism statistics and trends for Saskatchewan. It contains information about Saskatchewan-US border crossings, international air travel, hotel occupancy and average daily rates, average gasoline prices in Regina and Saskatoon, and average exchange rates for selected countries. Information is updated on a quarterly basis.


Provincial and Regional Profiles

The provincial and regional profile reports illustrate the characteristics and travel behaviours of visitors to each of the five tourism regions of our province, as well as the cities of Saskatoon and Regina. The information provided in these profiles is based on customized tabulations of 2016/2017 Statistics Canada data, using data management principles developed by Galea Corp. and Research Resolutions & Consulting Ltd. in conjunction with provincial partners. Currently, the Saskatchewan provincial summary is available. Check back to this page for regional profiles as they become available.


Tourism Labour and Employment

Did you know that 31 per cent of people in tourism-related employment are youth between 15 and 24 years old? The Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council (STEC) department of Tourism Saskatchewan collects and disseminates statistics related to tourism employment in Saskatchewan.


Research from Other Sources

Below are links to statistics and research from organizations, such as the Destination Canada and Statistics Canada.

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