Justin Trudeau, Canada's primeminister, speaks during the Outreach official welcome at the Groupof Seven (G-7) Leaders Summit in La Malbaie, Quebec, Canada.Photographer: Cole Burston/Bloomberg
Canadians upset aboutthe tone of relations with the U.S. can express themselves withtheir wallets, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.Asked Wednesdayabout potential boycotts of American goods or trips south of theborder after the Trump administration imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum, the Canadianleader said it's up to individuals to decide.“I'm always one toencourage Canadians to discover our extraordinary country, to takevacations here at home, to continue to buy Canadian, and ifCanadians are looking for extra reasons to do so, then so be it,”Trudeau said at a press conference marking the start ofParliament's summer recess. “I think it's important for Canadiansto make their own choices about how they want to spend theirmoney.”A boycott-the-U.S. campaign has been simmering sinceDonald Trump and his advisers lashed out atTrudeau after the Group of Seven leaders summit earlier thismonth. The prime minister told reporters he hasn't spoken to theU.S. president since then.

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