Dow Jones - Just three months ago, it looked like Canada was consigned to years of current account deficits, with the currency at par, and exports staggering and the U.S. economy weak, and lo and behold, here we are one quarter later and the whole world has changed. The currency is still at par, but of course oil prices have marched up another 30% since that point, and the bottom hasn't completely fallen out of the U.S. economy, so Canada's trade picture suddenly looks much brighter, overall.