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The past week has been a rough one for Canada-U.S. relations with the American president slapping huge tariffs on Canadian imports and slamming our Prime Minister as "dishonest" and "weak." The Canadian government has announced a plan for implementing strategic retaliatory tariffs effective July 1st but Canadians have also taken it upon themselves to hit the U.S.
CLOSE Natalie McLellan no longer stocks Heinz ketchup, Florida oranges or any other foods that come from the U.S. at her home in LaSalle, Ontario. The 42-year-old autism consultant is one of a growing number of Canadians who are boycotting U.S. products, a decision motivated by President Donald Trump's anti-Canadian sentiments and tough trade stance.
Grocery shopping has become a political endeavour for some Canadians because of the Canada-U.S. trade dispute. The federal government is responding to U.S. tariffs with a series of Canadian tariffs to come into effect July 1 on a range of products from the United States - everything from whisky to toilet paper.
In light of the widening trade war between Canada and the United States-and Donald Trump's broadsides against this country's political leadership-we've compiled a list of products you can support at the expense of their American counterparts. In some cases, you'll be ramping up pressure in key U.S.
If you're looking for a new ballpoint pen - you should buy now. In just three days, the price could go up. Yes, ballpoint pens are just one of 84 products facing retaliatory tariffs that will take effect on Canada Day, in response to U.S. President Donald Trump's tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum, ...