STEAM PRO2.0 study involves the collection of primary data on-site at sport events in Canada that is combined with other known event expenditures (operating budgets, capital expenditures and attendance figures) to provide a detailed analysis of the economic impact of a specific sport event in a specific Canadian community.
This figure represents the total value of production of goods and services in the economy resulting from the initial expenditure under analysis (valued at basic prices). GDP is the net measure of changes in economic activity and is the most representative figure of the economic activity that took place in the larger economy as a result of hosting the event or festival under analysis.
|Arctic Winter Games||$5,100,000||Region of South Slave|
|Alberta Summer Games||$2,100,000||City of Grande Prairie|
|Curl 4 Canada||$670,000||Leduc|
|Slo-Pitch National Championship||$373,395||Leduc|
|Alberta High School Football Championship||$168,000||Fort McMurray|
|Novice Hockey Tournament||$37,186||City of Dawson Creek|
|Dynamite Challenge Volleyball Tournament||$29,847||City of Dawson Creek|