The slumping dollar has sunk below 90-cents U-S.
After losing a-10th of-a-cent yesterday, the loonie is down a-quarter of-a-cent Friday morning to 89.85 cents U-S.
So far this month, the loonie has lost almost 4.2-cents against the American dollar.
Traders point to several factors, including a stronger U-S dollar as well as signs the Canadian economy is sputtering.
The falling dollar is also going to cost you more, to get to a warmer climate.
New fees have been introduced by tour companies to make-up the cost.
For example, Air Transat will begin a $35 per passenger "currency surcharge" to all packages for Florida and further south starting January 27.
Sunwing will begin charging an extra $35 on it's vacation packages and flights on Jan. 30.
Air Canada Vacations is also joining the pack in charging you $35 when you book a trip to the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean. That goes into effect on Jan. 27
WestJet Vacations has decided not to implement the new surcharge.