Sleeping bags, strawberry jam, ballpoint pens – they're hitting them where it hurts (seriously though)
Canada announced it's imposing tariffs on $12.6 billion worth of US products – the same value of the Canadian metal exports affected by US measures (we see what they've done there).
What it means: Canada was particularly annoyed about the US's decision to add extra duties on products imported from them, alongside the EU and Mexico. We're on your side, they said. Why attack your friends?
Meanwhile, the EU has warned that if Trump goes ahead with his threats to impose tariffs on cars imported from abroad, they're really gonna hit back hard. Car manufucturers in the US have expressed serious doubts about the idea too, saying it'd push up the price of vehicles by up to $6,000.