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  • Canadians are staying close to home
  • Canadians are staying close to home
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Canadians are staying close to home

Almost a quarter of Canadians don’t plan on travelling in summer 2014, according to a survey by RetailMeNot, choosing instead to spend their holidays closer to home. A further 42% cite rising petrol and accommodation costs as a barrier to going on the holiday they want.

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