It is a sign of the times that a Canadian prime minister and an American president are cheering for different candidates in the upcoming second round of France's presidential election - and that their contrary preferences are so transparent.
In the big picture, the world is probably having a decent week when Donald Trump turns his rhetorical guns on Canada rather than on North Korea or Russia. On the scale of a nuclear showdown, the stakes involved in a Canada/U.S. milk war are - to put it mildly - in a different league.
How to explain Donald Trump's radical about-face on Syria, Russia and China? Analysts are at a loss.
Leaders do change their views. But the U.S. president's sudden transformation from isolationist America Firster to big-time global policeman boggles even the most jaded of minds.
Conservative Interprovincial Trade Critic MP John Barlow has tabled Bill C-351, An Act to amend the Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act and the Excise Act, 2001 (importation). Bill C-351 is in response to the Government of Canada’s Interprovincial Trade Deal announced last week.