Canada should be peeved by comments made by U.S. President Barack Obama on whether enough is being done to curb greenhouse gas emissions north of the border, says a former U.S. ambassador.
David Wilkins said that of the top five countries that supply oil to the United States, Canada is the only one with regulations to control carbon.
"I think that's a real insult to Canada," Wilkins said in an interview with Sun News.
"I can't see us saying that to China or to other countries about 'you've got to change your regulations in order for us to trade with you.'
"It's not good policy. It makes very little sense."