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In total, Canadians who purchase items now impacted by tariffs on U.S. imports each week could see their average grocery bill increase by as much as $8.88.
Trump has threatened more tariffs that could hit about 80% of Chinese goods, ensuring some sneakers, clothing, smartphones and toys would be targeted
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NATICK — Among the hustle and bustle of the Natick Mall, a new store brings a more rustic feel.Roots, a Canadian authentic outdoor lifestyle brand, outside of Boston.