CEDC Responds to Survey on Urban Relocation Trends with Renewed "Work from Thunder Bay" Campaign

June 4, 2024 – In light of recent survey results indicating a growing trend towards urban relocation for affordability, the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) is taking proactive steps to address this shift. The survey, conducted by Royal LePage Real Estate Services, highlighted a significant interest among residents in major urban centers to consider more affordable housing markets.

In response, the CEDC is revitalizing its successful “Work from Thunder Bay” campaign, targeting the major urban centers identified in the survey. This campaign, aimed at remote workers, emphasizes Thunder Bay’s unique blend of affordability, high quality of life, urban amenities, and proximity to nature as compelling reasons to make it their homebase.

Commenting on the survey results and the CEDC’s actions, Jamie Taylor, CEO of the Thunder Bay CEDC, stated, “The findings of this survey underscore the importance of showcasing our housing affordability and providing valuable resources for individuals seeking a better quality of life outside of the big city. Our ‘Work from Thunder Bay’ campaign highlights the city’s appeal as a desirable destination for remote workers, offering an unparalleled lifestyle amidst natural beauty and urban convenience.”

The ads from the campaign are strategically designed to drive traffic to the CEDC’s dedicated “Work from Thunder Bay” webpage, where prospective residents can explore opportunities and resources available in Thunder Bay. These ads complement other resident attraction initiatives like CEDC’s Work in Thunder Bay campaign and the Thunder Bay lifestyle platform.

For more information about the “Work from Thunder Bay” campaign and relocation opportunities in Thunder Bay, visit https://gotothunderbay.ca/workfromthunderbay/

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