So, there really is only one Trillium in Canada and one Trillium in the US
I understand what you're saying. If you're talking about the similar company names, you're absolutely right. But not the trailers. This was explained to me by both companies. What I understand is that "officially", the Outback is no more of a Trillium than the Escape
13 is. It's an Outback. Not that it matters that
much (especially to Ann), since they're all good products, but they sure seem to go to great lengths to make it blurry, in my opinion.
So if I wanted to start splitting hairs about "Canadian Trillium", I would think that neither trailer
is. One is not really Canadian (though it's now made in Canada), and the other is not a Trillium. But both companies answer inquiries from both countries like any two distinct manufacturers in the same market (and both can quote in Canadian dollars and ship anywhere), so that's why I think that one should choose which company or product they want to deal with regardless of where their head office is located. You may get different results.
In short, try both.