Canada's rank in global passport power was just revealed and while it's not in the top 10, the True North beat out the U.S.

In fact, Canada came in at number 18 on the list while its southern counterparts trailed behind at number 19, according to Arton Capital's Passport Index.

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18th place  Canada's ranking 

The ranking is based on passports from around the world that get categorized by their total mobility score.

In other words, their scores are calculated based on how many countries you can visit without needing a visa.

Germany took the top spot beating out other countries that were catalogued in the race.*

The top five, aside from Germany, included Sweden, Finland and Spain, who were all tied for second.

They were then followed by Denmark, Norway, Switzerland and New Zealand

According to the Henley Passport Index and Global Mobility Report from 2020, Canada was tied for 9th with Australia, Czech Republic, Malta and New Zealand.

The 2021 report put our home and native land in the number 9 spot once again, making it part of the top 10 for its 15th consecutive year.

*Editor's note: This article has been updated.