The new Canadian passport has earned the title of one of the coolest passports in the world. When seen under a UV light, this new passport reveals the coloured UV-reactive images that can only be seen under a blacklight. The "secret" UV images are cleverly incorporated in the parts of each page that are visible under normal lighting, the two images beautifully compliment each other when seen under a UV light.
The biometric chip at the back of the passport and these pictures are all security measures to make the duplicating and forging a passport as difficult and complicated as possible.
"Few Canadian buildings are as recognizable as the Centre Block of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa," explains Passport Canada. "Flanked by the East and West blocks, the Centre Block of Parliament - with its distinctive Peace Tower and Library, the site of the House of Commons and the Senate - is familiar to Canadians and people around the world."