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Travel in Canada: Canada
Undergraduate
Book Report/Review
Tourism
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Travel In Canada: Canada's Tourism Industry Name Professor Institution Course Date Travel In Canada: Canada's Tourism Industry Introduction The tourism industry in Canada has had many developments in the 21st century. This is due to the many features that categorize the country and the proximity to the United States…

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To carry out effective media coordination, there is the involvement through magazines and newspaper articles Summary The article, Discover Canada with the Help of Canadians, posted in the New York Times on 15 November 2011 indulges in the Canadian tourism industry. It focuses on the impact of technology in the country’s industry. The article states that the Canada Tourism Commission brought in the expertise, in technology, and went on to create a website that people can access to gain information of the current trends in the industry, the website known as Explore Canada as a Local can be accessed using smart phones by people who are constantly on the move (Belopotsky, 2011). Analysis The article explains that the residents of Canada post the most attractive sites in the country and thus, when tourists get into the country, all they do is browse the website for the most recommended destination. The recommendations filtered depending on the cultural activities that will be taking place at the time or by the physical attractiveness of a chosen location. The article is beneficial as it offers an in depth explanation of this, in a clear and concise language that is easily understood. ...
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