Ottawa — Yet another great leap has been made in France and Canada’s fight against climate change in the wake of U.S. President Trump’s announcement that the States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.
“The Cananda-France relationship is very strong right now. It’s actually like…unusually strong,” said Canadian Ambassador to France, Lawrence Cannon.
Cannon revealed in a press conference on Friday, June 9, that the leaders of Canada and France have made yet another “symbolic gesture” to back specifically their countries’ commitments to going green.
The gesture takes the form of what are being called “matching treaty rings,” worn by both Trudeau and Macron. They were exchanged following a phone call between the two leaders.
The Manatee acquired body-cam footage of a member of Trudeau’s personal RCMP detail taken outside his office shortly before the conversation that lead to the exchange. In it, Trudeau can be heard ushering bodies out of his office.
“Everybody out! Emmanuel’s on the phone!…It’s about the environment!”
The ring is made of 100 per cent sterling silver sourced from a Canadian-owned Guatemalan mine.