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Passport fees

Not only with the cost of living in Canada rise in 2013, but so will the cost of getting away. Effective July 1, the cost of a five-year Canadian passport will jump $33, to $120. Passport Canada will implement even more price increases in 2013, including a hike in the price of a child's passport, which will jump $20 to $57 on July 1. (A new ten-year passport will also be introduced on July 1 for $160.) And already, price hikes for 2014 are looming. Should you lose or have your passport stolen next year, replacements will no longer be free but cost $45, instead.

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