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Nunavut missing out on tourism dollars: report

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A new study shows more cruise ship passengers are coming to Nunavut but spending far less money in the territory than other visitors.

A survey of tourists between May and October of 2015 by Toronto-based Insignia Marketing Research shows a drastic difference in how much people are spending once they arrive.

The study shows cruise ship passengers spent $692 in the territory on average, compared with other visitors, who dropped more than $2,500.

The difference comes down to accommodations and meals, according to the president of Insignia Marketing.

Continue reading the article on cbc.ca or download the full report here.

 

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