Business Impact Survey

In terms of economic benefits Gardner Pinfold reported that the termination of the service had a dramatic impact on the hospitality sector not only in the southwestern part of the province but throughout the whole province. They estimated the employment loss at 260 full-time jobs and the impact on tourism spending 0f $16.3M. The study also linked the drop in USA tourism traffic directly to the curtailment of the ferry service.

Within the economic data and impact studies are real life stories of businesses including, but not limited to the tourism sector, that have been affected by the cancellation of the ferry service. We want to hear from you. We want decision makers to learn first-hand what this service means to business investors. Your information will be confidential and will not be used without your prior consent.

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