If you currently hold a Canadian passport, you actually hold one of the most powerful ones in the entire world! Passports all around the world were ranked for 2019, and Canada came out as one of the top countries. The Global Passport Power Rank 2019 has ranked the Canadian passport the fourth most powerful in the world. In other words, travelling can be much easier for Canadians when compared to many other countries globally.\nThe Global Passport Power Rank compares 199 passports to get their results, looking at United Nations member countries and territories.\nCurrently, Canadians are able to visit 116 countries without a visa and 50 countries by obtaining a visa on arrival, according to the Global Passport Power Rank. For instance, earlier in June, Brazil officially waived prior tourist visa requirements for Canadians.\nCanada's passport shares the number four ranking with several other countries. According to the list, countries including Norway, Sweden, Singapore, and France also have the fourth most powerful passport globally.\nAs for the country that holds the most powerful passport in the world? That would be the United Arab Emirates. Passport holders from the country can currently enter 178 countries either without a prior visa or by getting a visa on arrival.\nView this post on Instagram bye toronto. A post shared by Rosanna Xie. 🍒 (@rosanna_xie) on May 16, 2019 at 7:04pm PDT\nSo how did the Passport Index determine which passports were the most powerful in the world? According to their website, "to determine the individual rank of each passport, a three-tier method is applied:\nMobility Score (MS) – includes visa-free (VF), visa on arrival (VOA), eTA and eVisa\nVF portion of their score vs VOA\nUnited Nations Development Programme Human Development Index 2018 (UNDP HDI) is used as a tie breaker. The UNDP HDI is a significant measure on the country’s perception abroad."\nView this post on Instagram Ready for the next adventure!!! Where to? #canadian #filipino #filipinocanadian #canadianfilipino #canadianpassport #edmonton #edmontonalberta #alberta #albertacanada #albertacanada🇨🇦 #yeg #yegliving #edmontonliving #solewanderer #travel #travelling #travelholic #travelgram #traveladdict #bluepassport A post shared by Leroy Fauni (@leroyrolex) on Jun 13, 2019 at 12:19pm PDT\nCanada's neighbouring country, the United States, took the third spot on the ranking. Passport holders from the U.S. can visit 117 countries without any visa and 50 countries with a visa on arrival.\nTo find out more about the Passport Index and to see how different countries compare on the ranking, you can visit their website.