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Ontario woman couldn’t find a product list to help her "Buy Canadian" so she made one herself

My Buy Canadian page Beth Mouratidis

Canadians are unhappy. 

President Trump's tariffs on Canadian-made steel and aluminum exported to the US has fired up many Canadian leaders and consumers.

On Sunday, Canada slapped tariffs on $12.63 billion dollars worth of American-made goods in retaliation. 
There's been a growing movement among Canadian consumers to boycott US-made products and services. Hashtags like #IShopCanada, #BuyCanadian, and #BoycottUSA are taking off across social media in Canada.

Beth Mouratidis lives in Barrie, Ontario. She's using her Facebook page to urge her fellow Canadians to shun U.S.-made products and Buy Canadian.
Listen above to learn why there is such a strong pushback against Trump's tariffs in Canada, and why Beth believes that trade wars cost jobs and "hurt everyone" involved in them. 
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