Well, as of last week, they both have rolling papers named after them.
For just $3.95, you too can own 100 slow-burning papers which come in a package featuring an image of the Liberal leader.
In an interview with Yahoo Canada News on Tuesday, Goodwin says sales have been "amazing."
"The first day we put them on our shelves ... over $500 came in," he said.
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The idea for the new product came from a Feb. 10 Toronto Star report, which suggested that the Tories were musing about handing out rolling papers "screened with Trudeau’s face" at the national Liberal convention — later this week in Montreal — as a means to poke fun at Trudeau's policy to legalize marijuana.
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