This article discusses Canada’s relationship with Ecuador, particularly regarding the day of unrest in Ecuador earlier in 2010, and Canada’s response to that incident. The story also outlines some of the interactions between Canada and South American countries such as Ecuador in years and decades past, as well as speculation as to the countries’ diplomatic relationships:
Ecuador awoke on September 30, 2010 to police protests. Across several highland and coastal cities, police burned tires, shut down access routes and neglected their posts. They said they were protesting the Public Service Law passed the night before, which would affect economic bonuses based on promotion.