Joe Biden

Putin is shown during his talks with Biden via videoconference in the Bocharov Ruchei residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, on Dec. 7, 2021 (CP/Mikhail Metzel, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

Will Canada help save Ukraine?

Justin Ling: While America tries to rally support and spell out real consequences for a Russian invasion, Ottawa’s attention seems to be elsewhere

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico, U.S. President Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau in Washington, DC, November 18, 2021. (Chris Kleponis/Pool via CNP)

Three Amigos summit: No awkward handshakes—but no concessions on the electric vehicle tax credit, either

Politics Insider for Nov. 19, 2021: The PM has a tough trip; the military heads to B.C.; a big vaccine day

Justin Trudeau arriving in Washington, D.C., November 17, 2021, for two days of meetings with U.S. officials and tomorrow's Three Amigos summit. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

Trudeau meets with Biden and the president of Mexico at the Three Amigos summit

Politics Insider for Nov. 18, 2021: The Three Amigos reunite; Trudeau warns U.S. lawmakers on an EV tax credit; Manitoba drops its fight against the carbon tax

Biden and Trudeau walk on the boardwalk during arrivals for the G7 meeting at the Carbis Bay Hotel in Cornwall, England on June 11, 2021 (Phil Noble/AP)

The Biden-Trudeau talk: build back whatever

Paul Wells: There was supposed to be a renewed Canada-U.S. relationship. The latest phone call between Biden and Trudeau suggests it is not going well.

Queen Elizabeth II with U.S. President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden in the Grand Corridor at Windsor Castle on Sunday (Steve Parsons/Pool via AP)

Joe Biden has tea with the Queen: Six takeaways from a closely watched visit

Maclean’s royal watcher Patricia Treble on the Queen’s brooch, Biden’s sunglasses and a monarch who is clearly back to enjoying herself

U.S. President Joe Biden, center, speaks during a joint session of Congress at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, April 28, 2021. Biden will unveil a sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to expand educational opportunities and child care for families, funded in part by the largest tax increases on wealthy Americans in decades, the centerpiece of his first address to a joint session of Congress tonight. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post/Bloomberg /Getty Images)

Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi make Biden’s address a historic moment

Image of the Week: For the first time, women occupied both key seats of power during a joint session of the United States Congress

Biden visits Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2002, when he was chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (Paula Bronstein/ Getty Images)

America withdraws from Afghanistan, and fails one more time

Adnan R. Khan: The list of America’s unfinished business is long, and bloody. And it is growing longer with the plan to abandon Afghanistan in its time of need.

Biden delivers a speech on infrastructure spending at Carpenters Pittsburgh Training Center, on March 31, 2021, in Pittsburgh (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

The Biden plan and the Trudeau precedent

Paul Wells: America’s massive new infrastructure plan is a lot like Canada’s. Now, will it receive more serious monitoring and follow-up than Trudeau’s effort?

Trudeau and Freeland meet virtually with Biden on Feb. 23, 2021 (CP/Adrian Wyld)

The Canada-U.S. Zoom Summit: Biden and Trudeau’s awkward opening

Marie-Danielle Smith: There were no handshakes to parse or walks down the hall, just the familiar hiccups of a video chat—and a few reminders of a return to friendlier times

Trudeau shakes hands with Biden on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Dec. 9, 2016 (CP/Patrick Doyle)

What Biden’s climate leadership means for Canada

Rick Smith: America is moving ahead with an ambitious plan that goes beyond talk. This would be a good moment for Canada, the climate laggard, to do something new.

U.S. Vice President Joseph "Joe" Biden, left, speaks as Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister, listens during a First Ministers Meeting in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016. Visiting Ottawa before he leaves office, the vice-president called on Trudeau -- who is beginning his second year in power -- to set an example on the international stage. Photographer: Chris Roussakis/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Trudeau and Biden: Getting to know all about you

Paul Wells: A Trump re-election would not have been the Trudeau crew’s preference, but at least it would have represented a continuation of a known set of hassles and trials

Maclean’s in Conversation: Dawn of the Biden era

Senior writer Paul Wells reconvenes our distinguished panel of U.S. political observers to discuss the insurrection, the inauguration and what’s next for President Biden