STR reports Canada performance for the week ending 11 April 2009
Prince Edward Island reported the largest increases among the provinces in all three key performance measurements. It was up 71.8 percent in occupancy to 57.9 percent. It increased in ADR 22.2 percent to CAD$89.39 and it rose 109.9 percent in RevPAR to CAD$51.76.
Alberta reported the largest decreases among the provinces in all three key performance measurements. The province fell 25.3 percent in occupancy to 50.4 percent. It was down 11.4 percent in ADR to CAD$125.97 and it reported a 33.8-percent decrease in RevPAR to CAD$63.52.
Among the remaining provinces, four others reported decreases in occupancy of more than 20 percent: Ontario (-23.8 percent to 46.7 percent); Nova Scotia (-23.5 percent to 44.3 percent); British Columbia (-22.1 percent to 50.8 percent); and Saskatchewan (-21.0 percent to 58.3 percent). Saskatchewan (+6.6 percent to CAD$116.13) and New Brunswick (+5.8 percent to CAD$112.03) both reported increases of more than 5 percent in ADR. Three provinces reported decreases in RevPAR of more than 20 percent: Ontario (-30.7 percent to CAD$52.98); British Columbia (-30.7 percent to CAD$59.85); and Nova Scotia (-27.1 percent to CAD$47.53).
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