Each year, the Tourism HR Canada Annual Report offers a comprehensive look at our key accomplishments, partnerships, and initiatives.

This year’s report covers the multitude of activities Tourism HR Canada undertook to support the tourism workforce as COVID’s impact caused 100,000s of lost jobs and shuttered businesses across the country.

Tourism HR Canada provided frequent, timely insights into the labour market, produced resources to help employers and workers navigate support programs, shared tools to keep staff and clients safe and healthy, and pivoted programming to offer free skills upgrading and position the sector for a strong recovery.

The organization collaborated with industry associations, governments, and others to ensure we all succeed in our shared goal of restoring a resilient and prosperous Canadian tourism sector.

As expressed by Tourism HR Canada President and CEO Philip Mondor, “A heartfelt thank you to the individuals across the country who are connected to the tourism realm, whether as employers, employees, entrepreneurs, students, or educators—your passion for this industry is what makes Canada a world-class destination and what will ignite travel’s revival.”

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