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Tell us, travellers: Have you felt a shift in Canada's reputation?

"It seems, from a distance, as if Canadians have lost faith in themselves as good guys on the world stage," writes Liz Renzetti in Saturday's Globe & Mail.

Are you any less proud to wear the Canadian flag on your backpack? Have you felt a shift in the way we're viewed?

Tell us about how you've been treated as a Canadian travelling abroad, and if/why that's changing.

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