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Established to connect with industry and enhance our reputation beyond education and skill focused training, our focus has been to work with industry partners to conduct applied research projects that provide our students with opportunities to learn and grow.

About us

About Us

The Ted Rogers Institute for Hospitality and Tourism Research was established to connect with industry and enhance our reputation beyond education and skill focused training. Read more about us.

Ryerson Research

Research & Projects

Our research focuses on helping hospitality and tourism be more competitive. We focus on four main areas: Sustainability, food, M-commerce and Visiting Friends and Relatives. View details of our research and projects

Ryerson Institute News and Events

News & Events

View the latest news on how our work is being used and profiled in the media. View our upcoming and recent events.

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Important numbers to understand! What can we do to increase international inbound tourism to Canada? And Toronto?…
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RT @FDimanche: We have @HTMRyerson a strong advisory council. Grateful to @jbelanger15 @potter_beth @ReetuGupta_EGH @marnasanto and others.…
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RT @FDimanche: Students @HTMRyerson with international experience reap great benefits... Exchange abroad, course in Cuba, etc.
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Researcher in Profile flashback!
Researcher Dr. Frederic Dimanche was #HTMResearch's January Researcher in Profile. Dr. Dimanche is an accomplished researcher, recently working on #VR in hospitality and tourism studies as well as studies on the impact of immigration on tourism. Learn more about his work and life by following the link below!
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Tourism Research
Tourism Research at Ryerson, Toronto

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575 Bay Street (entrance at 55 Dundas Street West)
Room: TRS 3-175, 9th floor Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2C3

Mailing Address:
350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2K3

Institute for Hospitality and Tourism Research, Ryerson University