National Post – After weeks of protests that saw tens of thousands of people in the streets, culminating in the worst rioting Paris has seen in a decade, the French government backed down Tuesday and promised to delay a fuel tax hike slated for January.

In Canada, the protests are being closely watched — with a hint of glee, perhaps — by those who see a parallel between Macron’s fuel tax and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax.

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