The United States has the highest number of Canadians traveling to Europe, according to a new report by Travel and Tourism Canada.
The data shows that Canadians are spending more than twice as much on holiday travel than Americans in every continent except the Middle East, Africa and South America.
The numbers show the number of Canadian tourists travelling to Europe in 2016 jumped by about 50 percent compared with the previous year.
In 2016, the number went up by about 2.5 million people, according a press release from Travel and Travel Canada.
In comparison, the U.S. government reported that in 2016 there were 2.1 million American tourists and 6.6 million Canadians traveling abroad.
The travel trends are a reflection of growing concerns about terrorist threats in Europe and the Middle Eastern region.
Travelers in Canada have been among the most targeted by the deadly terror attacks in Paris and Brussels, France.
But a recent study found that the number and number of Americans who travel to Europe has not increased, which could indicate that Americans are choosing to stay away in an attempt to avoid terrorist threats.
Canada’s travel statistics show that the U:m the third-largest country by population behind France and Germany.
It also is the third largest country by number of people in the world, behind China and the U of A. The number of international students is up by 10 percent in the past year.
The report also says that Canadians have been increasingly interested in travelling abroad.
This has led to more people travelling to places like Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The report says Canadians are making more than $2 billion annually in spending.
The U.K. is the leading destination for tourists and has the largest number of American tourists in the country, according the report.
More Canadians are coming to Europe than the U., and many of them are staying for the holidays.
There are currently more than 20 million Canadians living in Europe, including 2.7 million Americans, according U.k. data.
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