If you’ve been paying attention, the President of the United States retaliated against our nation by imposing numerous tariffs on Canadians.

Therefore, Canadians resorted to boycott American products. Some Canadians have gone so far as to create comprehensive lists of Canadian products to share with friends so everyone knows how to completely boycott America from Trump.

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Via madeinca.ca

Most recently, a 17-year-old of Ontario has created a comprehensive database specially designed for Canadians to boycott the United States. The website is called madeinca.ca.

The smart kid designed the website beautifully and it works like a charm! You can easily search the website for electronics, clothing, food, etc., and it will give you a list of Canadian companies that offer these products.

Recently we created a list of brands made in Canada that you should go shopping to boycott Trump. For example, Heinz, which is owned by the Americans and made in the United States, is a common option when it comes to buying Ketchup. But recently Canadians have noticed that they can buy similar brands that are actually made in Canada!

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After realizing that you can easily support Canadian brands by making simple changes, people began to take the initiative in purchasing products made in Canada. A good example is French ketchup. People across Canada recently realized that French’s is made in Canada, rather than the more popular Heinz option, which is owned entirely by Americans.

Via Minnie Nguyen | Narcity

A Narcity employee came across this spectacle while shopping in Quebec City. While shopping for groceries, they noticed that the “Heinz vs. French’s” phenomenon was very real. The employee noticed that the Heinz ketchup had not been touched and that French’s was completely depleted.

It is safe to say that Canadians want to support Canadians.



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