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Canadian passport ranks seventh among the most powerful passports in the world.

The Henley Passport Index, compiled by the London-based migration and citizenship consulting firm Henley & Partners, has released its latest official passport ranking.

The ranking utilizes exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and includes 199 different passports and 227 distinct passport destinations. It updates its rankings every quarter.

According to the latest ranking, the Canadian passport is now the seventh most powerful passport in the world, climbing up from the eighth position it held for the past three years. Canadian passport holders can travel visa-free to 185 countries.

The U.S. passport ranked in the eighth position, allowing visa-free travel to 184 countries.

Japan, which has long held the top spot for the most powerful passport, now dropped to the third position, with visa-free travel to 189 countries.

Singapore now occupies the number one spot, with a score of 192 for visa-free travel, making it the world's strongest passport.

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