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Your Top Vacation Spot? Canada, Apparently

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Your Top Vacation Spot? Canada, Apparently

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Your Top Vacation Spot? Canada, Apparently

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Close your eyes and imagine a perfect vacation. Where you would choose to go if money, distance and time were no limitation? Paris and/or Provence? Rio or Hong Kong? The peaks of New Zealand? Or the pastas, porcinis and vinos of Tuscany?

A recent poll from Anholt-Gfk Roper says you'd go to Canada.

The Nation's Brand Index online survey of people in 20 countries shows that Canada is the place that most people would choose to visit if Loonies – that's Canadian slang for money – were no limitation.

Host Scott Simon speaks with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Michael Enright about the new study.