Sample EIA Reports

CSTA works with event hosts to prepare an analysis estimating the economic impact arising from hosting a particular sporting event in a particular community.

The data contained in these reports is generated pre-event as a prediction using steam2.0  or post-event using steam pro2.0 (actual spending data collected at the event is used to calculate the economic impact).

Recent EI Reports Using steam 2.0

2018 Alberta Summer Games                                     
Grande Prairie                           

Recent EI Reports Using steam pro2.0


2019 Novice Hockey Tournament ​
Dawson Creek

2019 Dynamite Challenge Volleyball Tournament 
Dawson Creek
Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games
World Mixed Curling Championships
2018 Alberta Hight School Football Championships
Fort McMurray
2018 Slo-Pitch Nationals
2018 STIHL Timbersports Canadian Championships
Wasaga Beach
2018 Arctic Winter Games
South Slave
2018 Ontario Winter Games
2018 Curl 4 Canada
2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
2017 World Junior A Challenge
U14 Alberta Soccer Provincials 2017
Fort McMurray
U21 Pan Am Volleyball  Cup 2017
Fort McMurray
2017 Men's World Softball Championships
2017 Leduc Foamfest and Canada Day
2017 Canadian Ringette Championships
2017 Ford World Men’s Curling Championships

Feature steam pro2.0 EI Reports 'At a Glance'




CSTA charges $3000 to conduct a steam2.0 prediction which includes production of a detailed report estimating the economic impact of the event in a particular community. Members of the CSTA do have access to the steam2.0  tool on a complimentary basis (self-serve through the Members Only section of the website, but the output is not as detailed). Contact us at if you’re interested in this service.

For a quote on an EI assessment using steam pro2.0, use our online form to submit your event info.