It is interesting to note Canada's role in the UN vote for Israel to finally allow nuclear inspections.
Canada did what Canada does best, play politics. Canada doesn't concern itself with fairness, justice or equal accountability.
Canada plays follow the leader to the US and is influenced by pro-Israeli lobby groups.
Check this out
Calling the resolution "unbalanced," Canada tried to block a vote on the floor with a "no-action motion." But the procedural maneuver lost by an eight-vote margin. The same motion prevailed in 2007 and 2008s
What has changed from the previous years? To quote a senior diplomat from the non-aligned movement (NAM) of developing nations
"People and countries are bolder now, willing to call a spade a spade. You cannot hide or ignore the truth, the double standards, of Israel's nuclear capability forever,"