French Ambassador Kareen Rispal with University of Ottawa student Juliana Trapolino, who shadowed the the ambassador for a day on April 3 as part of the French Embassy's new Ambassador for a Day program. Photograph courtesy of the French Embassy
Julian Assange should have gone to Sweden, because the Swedes would have been less likely to grant an extradition request than the British government under David Cameron, the Conservative prime minister at the time. Poor judgement.
For Justin Trudeau, Jason Kenney will fight him on carbon pricing but could provide the political foil he needs with which to contrast his policies. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer won't have trouble finding common ground with Kenney, but would need to, as prime minister, tread carefully to consider the rest of the country too.