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1

true/false- tourism includes the activities of a person travelling to and staying in places outside their environment for not more then 1 consecutive year for business, leisure and other programs

true

2

true/false- if you work for a government agency that specifically provides funding for the development business in the tourism field, you would be considered part of the travel services industry group

true

3

true/false-attractions such as museums, national parks, and casinos fall under different industry groups

false

4

true/false-the largest consumer of canadian tourism products is citizens from the united states

false

5

true/false- demographics include such information as age, interests, hobbies

false

6

true/false- an example of a pull factor that would encourage a person to visit BC during the winter might include the ski hills of Whistler

true- pull factors include people, places, activities

7

true/false- the CTHRC is responsible for the development and maintenance of tourism training program in canada

false- TEC tourism eduction council

8

true/false-the products and services of every business move through a life cycle with 4 consistant dictable stages

true

9

true/false- in the 8 steps to the tourism planning process "strategy to reach goals" provides the community with a detailed planof how goals will be reached

true

10

true/false- duplication and redundancy of tourism resources are more likely to occur in intergrated and catalytic development

false- duplication and redundancy are more likely to occur in coattail development

11

true/false- the price of fuel is no longer a major concern for the tourism industry now that successful alternative fuel resources are available

false

12

which of the following was highlighted in the Buchanan report
A)the # of jobs created by tourism was comparable to other industries
B)the revenues generated y tourism primarily supported the municipal or local level of government
C) tourism employed more females, young people and visible minorities than other industries
D) jobs in the tourism industry required low work skill sets

C

13

george is taking a trip but staying less than 24 hours, he is a ___
A) tourist
B) foreign tourist
C) inbound/ outbound tourist
D) excursionist

D

14

when tourism dollars canadians spend outside canada exceed the tourism dollars spent in canada, we have developed
A) competition
B) travel deficit
C) tourism revenue regenerator
D) negative multiplier effect

B

15

what type of tourism would include a tour of winery , cooking lesson and visit to a local farm
A) agricultural tourism
B) industrial tourism
C)winery tourism
D) culinary tourism

D

16

advancements in flight design, aerodynamics of aircraft and speed of air travel came most quickly as a result of____
A) the great depression and the need for industry innovation
B)borrowed technology from other countries
C) investment in transportation advances during World War II
D)the success of the wright brothers

C

17

this organization, whose members represent all areas of the tourism industry acts as a lobby for the tourism industry
A) canadian tourism commission
B) assocaition of canadian travel agents
C) team tourism canada
D) tourism industry assocation of canada

D

18

as an integral part of the conference board of canada, this organization does extensively help the tourism industry, providing up-to-date information to guide the industrys decision making
A)tourism canada research association
B) canadian tourism research institute
C) canadian research for tourism agency
D) canadian tourism commission

B

19

this organization brings together the work of the provincial tourism education councils to provide training pograms and professional certificates for tourism workers
A) tourism education council of canada
B) canadain tourism standards and certification agency
C) canadain tourism human resource council
D) tourism workers training council of canada

C ) CTHRC

20

attractions can either be natural or manufactured by people, both serve as pull for tourists providing them with something interesting to become invlovled with, which of the following would be manufactured
A) casino de montreal
B) niagara falls
C) canadian national exhbition
D) the columbia ice fields

A

21

the reservation agent working for Air Canada would be considered part of which tourism sector
A) transportation
B) recreation/ entertainment
C) travel services
D) atractions

A

22

many people choose vacations that help them understand their relationship with the world as a biosphere and to become involved in nature- related experiences. this is considered to be___
A) agriculture tourism
B) ecotourism
C) volunteer tourism
D) natural tourism

B