Ever more good economic news, which will further drown out whiny grit and dipper pseudo outrage.
Canada's trade surplus hit a 16-month high in February as recovering global demand for autos, metal ores and fertilizers propelled exports.
It's the fifth month in a row of surpluses. In February, it widened to $1.4-billion from $754-million in January, Statistics Canada said Tuesday, topping forecasts. Exports climbed 2.8 per cent, outpacing a 0.9-per-cent increase in imports.