The split between the UK and the EU is now on the horizon and there could be a lot of changes in the coming years.
However, skiers, snowboarders and other winter enthusiasts could well benefit from this. An infographic about how Brexit could change where you ski highlights how skiing in Canada could now be a better option than skiing in destinations across Europe, the US and New Zealand.
As you will see from this infographic by Canadian Affair it compares things such as the price of lunch on the slopes, the average snowfall, the average length of the ski season, the cost of a ski pass, the average yearly skier visit other activities you can try on a ski holiday.
Canada is already a popular destination for winter holidays and now it could become an even more popular ski destination after Brexit. So rather than some of the resorts in Europe, you could be testing your skiing skills at the likes of Banff Sunshine Village, Tremblant, Mount Norquay and the Sun Peaks.
Infographic by Canadian Affair.