To say that I love Canada is an understatement; I am so grateful and proud to be Canadian! I am spending this Canada Day outside as much as possible. I have fresh air, clean water, a comfy chair, and a clammy in hand.
As Canadians, we have a reputation for being friendly and polite, even amidst the adversity of our (at times) over-bearing neighbour to the south. Our Prime Minister has our backs though. I like that I can do my part in the Canada/US trade war by boycotting Heinz® ketchup, and I am sure that I can find an adequate ketchup that’s made in Canada. But, I’m worried that the ketchup boycott is the tip of the iceberg. As much as I love Canada, I also love the US. I don’t visit there often, but I enjoy their sports, movies, music, and technology (I’m a huge Apple Inc.® fan).
How far will this trade war and the tactics used by both sides continue? I’m okay with no ketchup, but what if we are asked to boycott Clamato® juice? I don’t think that there’s a substitute for the delicious drink that Canadians love to mix with our beer. I’d still be enjoying Canada Day, but with no clammy. What will my limit be? Cheers eh?!