Canada Has Dropped On This Year's World Happiness Report & Even The US Ranked Higher

The 2021 World Happiness Report has just been released and it details people's happiness levels around the globe. 

While Canada ranked in the top 10 from 2017-2019, the new report has seen us fall to the 15th spot.

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The U.S. ranked just above Canada at number 14. 

Meanwhile, happiness levels in Finland are the highest in the world, followed by Iceland, Denmark, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. 

Happiness levels in the U.S. are actually on the rise, having ranked at number 16 in the previous report. 

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