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These cities in Canada were just ranked as having the worst traffic in North America

It's no secret that Canada has some pretty bad traffic, but it's officially been confirmed — Canadian cities have some of the most congested roads in North America.

According to a traffic index by TomTom, a global navigation company, four Canadian cities are among the worst offenders for traffic congestion.

At number three, Vancouver claims the title of the most congested city in Canada — a fact that surprised none of the locals.

The city has a congestion level of 39%.

Toronto claims spot number six, with a 33% congestion level — a ranking that most locals could have guessed.

Montreal came in at number 10, and Ottawa follows at number 11 — both with a 29% congestion level.

Some of the other most congested cities in North America include Mexico City, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, and Miami. Here's the top 15:

  1. Mexico City
  2. Los Angeles
  3. Vancouver
  4. New York
  5. San Francisco
  6. Toronto
  7. San Jose
  8. Seattle
  9. Miami
  10. Montreal
  11. Ottawa
  12. Washington
  13. Chicago
  14. Honolulu
  15. Austin
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