Travel between Canada and other countries – Not seasonally adjusted
|August 2021 to August 2022|
|International trips to Canada||1,449||6,126||6,249||331.3|
|Trips to Canada by international visitors||601||2,815||2,515||318.6|
|US residents entering Canada2||510||2,194||1,969||286.3|
|One or more nights||284||869||770||171.1|
|Other modes2, 3, 4||7||311||307||...|
|Overseas residents entering Canada2||91||621||547||498.6|
|Canadian residents returning from trips abroad||848||3,311||3,734||340.4|
|Canadian residents returning from the United States2, 5||506||2,590||2,981||489.0|
|One or more nights||99||939||1,080||993.8|
|Other modes2, 3, 4||8||78||90||...|
|Canadian residents returning from overseas2, 5||342||721||753||120.3|
|Top overseas markets|
Tables 24-10-0050-01 and 24-10-0053-01.
Table note 1
Percentage change is based on unrounded data.
Table note 2
As of January 2022, one passenger from each bus record is considered a crew member. Prior to 2022, there were no crew from bus travellers.
Table note 3
As of April 2022, all ferry travellers are included in the water mode, in order to align with United Nations World Tourism Organization recommendations. Prior to 2022, most of these travellers were included in the land mode as either pedestrian or automobile travellers (the only exception was Fortune, in Newfoundland and Labrador).
Table note 4
As of January 2022, the maximum number of passengers allowed in an automobile before it is considered a bus is 8, in order to align with United Nations World Tourism Organization recommendations. Prior to 2022, the maximum was 10.
Table note 5
As of January 2022, non-resident travellers with a trip duration of 365 days or more are considered as "other travellers" (not as visitors). Prior to 2022, they were reclassified as Canadian-resident visitors.
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