Travel from U.S. down, but overseas travel rises, Statistics Canada says

OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says travel to Canada from the United States decreased in November while travel the other way remained stable and overseas trips rose.

It says U.S. residents made 1.7 million trips to Canada in November, down 2.5 per cent from October.

Canadians took 4.7 million trips to the United States in November, relatively unchanged from the month before.

Travel to overseas countries continued to increase, as Canadian residents took 837,000 trips in November, up 2.2 per cent from October.

Travel from overseas countries rose 3.2 per cent to 404,000 trips in November.

The rise in travel from overseas countries was widespread, as 10 of the top 12 overseas markets recorded increases.




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Travel from U.S. down, but overseas travel rises, Statistics Canada says

  1. More propaganda. With US credit cards, US investments, US money that is 9.9% more value, I will still shop USA.

    As property taxes and devalued money are biting my budget, we will travel less and unemploy someone as the governemtn is passing on a cumulative inflation tax on us all.

    Hey, less value money and more taxes means we have less money to spend on other peoples jobs.

    Like stunned deer, we just don’t realize the bubble is a bursting and hyperinflation looms.

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