U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order in April to impose a tariff on Canadian softwood lumber. The administration and its supporters heralded the move as an equalizing measure meant to bolster domestic timber production.
U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order in April to impose a tariff on Canadian softwood lumber. The administration and its supporters heralded the move as an equalizing measure meant to bolster domestic timber production. Olivier Douliery Tribune News Service
U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order in April to impose a tariff on Canadian softwood lumber. The administration and its supporters heralded the move as an equalizing measure meant to bolster domestic timber production. Olivier Douliery Tribune News Service

B.C. wants to stop shipping U.S. coal. Canada may back that in response to Trump tariff.

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