President Donald Trump Visiting Canada Spring 2017

The most anticipated Presidential visit in Canadian history.
President Donald Trump Visiting Canada Spring 2017

Now that America has a new President, Canadians simply can't wait to see what will happen when he and Justin Trudeau meet for the first time.

Can anyone else picture the moment when Trudeau and Trump meet up to discuss politics? Id love to be a fly on the wall for that conversation

— The Mountain Gypsy (@mountaingypsy_) November 9, 2016

READ ALSO: Hollywood Celebrity Reactions On Twitter To Donald Trump Being Elected President Of The USA

And the good news is that we probably won't have to wait that long.

That's because whenever there's a new US president, Canada is either the first or second place they visit.

When it comes to the last 5 American Presidents, their Canadian visits have always taken place between February and April:

Barack Obama

February 19, 2009 in Ottawa. Barack Obama met with Governor General Michaëlle Jean and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

George W. Bush

April 20–22, 2001 in Quebec City. George W. Bush attended the 3rd Summit of the Americas.

Bill Clinton

April 3–4, 1993 in Vancouver. Bill Clinton attended Summit Meeting with Russian President Boris Yeltsin. Also met with Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

George H. W. Bush

February 10, 1989 in Ottawa. George H. W. Bush met with Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

Ronald Reagan

March 10–11, 1981 in Ottawa. State visit. Met with Governor General Edward Schreyer and Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Addressed parliament.

This means that in a few months, in Spring 2017, we will likely be visited by President Trump. that is unless he wants to offend Canada more than he already has.

I hope Justin Trudeau sticks Trump in the nose the first time they meet as leaders.

— Jorge Castillo (@Castillo_101) November 9, 2016

I wonder if Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau will let trump meet her kids?

— LoisNadine (@LoisNadine) November 9, 2016

i'm not jtrood's biggest fan but i hope they meet and trump is jealous of his beautiful hair and then trudeau rko's him into a toilet

— MK Harris ? (@hospitalvespers) November 9, 2016

When Trudeau has to meet Trump that's gonna be sooooooo awkward

— Stuart Jones (@Stooert_J) November 9, 2016

Add mtlblog on Snapchat.

Americans Are Being Advised Not To Travel To Canada Right Now And Vice Versa

The CDC says Americans should "avoid travel to Canada."

The borders may still be open, but both Canada and the United States are advising against travelling to the opposite country right now unless it's essential.

On the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S.' national public health agency, website, Americans are being told not to travel to Canada right now because of the "very high level of COVID-19" in the country.

Keep Reading Show less

It seems some of those Quebec Sunwing plane partiers are now stuck in Mexico. Banned from at least three airlines and allegedly failing to fake negative PCR tests, some of the "Ostrogoths" are now scrambling to get back to Canada — at least according to Instagram gossip accounts.

Now, a Quebec moving company is jokingly offering to help. In an ad mocking the stranded influencers, Déménagement Le Clan Panneton says its expertise makes it capable of making the 5,823-kilometre trek from Mexico to Quebec. (It's a 61-hour drive according to Google Maps.)

Keep Reading Show less

Trudeau Went Off On Those Quebec Influencers Who Partied Maskless On A Cancun Flight

"When a gang de sans-desseins decides to leave like Ostrogoths on vacation, it's extremely frustrating."

Barred from boarding two airlines, subject to an investigation by the Canadian government and now on the receiving end of ridicule by the prime minister of Canada — the group of Quebec influencers reportedly shown on video partying maskless on a private Sunwing flight to Cancun might not be having the relaxing week they thought would.

Justin Trudeau weighed in on the incident in a press conference on Wednesday. He said it was "unacceptable that people are putting at risk, not just other passengers, not just airline workers, but their fellow citizens."

Keep Reading Show less

The City Of Toronto Might Help Fund A Legal Battle Against Quebec's Bill 21

Toronto Mayor John Tory is asking the city council to help fight the law in court.

In the latest turn of events in the mounting national opposition to Quebec's controversial Bill 21, Toronto Mayor John Tory said that Toronto's city council will vote on a motion to help fund legal battles against the law, which bans many public servants from wearing religious symbols while performing their duties.

Tory also voiced his personal opposition to Bill 21 in a statement published on Twitter. "I continue to be opposed to Quebec's Bill 21. Today, I will ask City Council to help fund the legal fight against Bill 21," the mayor wrote.

Keep Reading Show less