Canadian retailer Hudson Bay drops Ivanka Trump products from online store
Ivanka Trump (AFP Photo/Odd ANDERSEN)

Another retailer has evidently stopped selling Ivanka Trump products on its website.


Shannon Coulter, who started the #GrabYourWallet boycott of Trump branded companies, announced Friday morning on Twitter that Hudson Bay's website no longer listed products sold by the president's daughter, reported Business Insider.

"There are suddenly zero Ivanka Trump items on the @hudsonsbay website," Coulter tweeted. "Yesterday there were still over 150 items there. What's going on? Has the Bay finally dropped the Ivanka Trump brand?"

The Canadian department store, which removed 150 Ivanka Trump items from its website, is one of 24 retailers that Coulter says have stopped carrying products associated with the U.S. president's family.

Coulter's boycott movement, which began after the release of the "Access Hollywood" tapes ahead of the election, has gained momentum in recent months -- especially after the Trump administration's controversial family separation policy was announced.

Hudson Bay's decision came after a poll showed 70 percent of Canadians say they will avoid buying U.S.-made products after Trump launched a trade war against the American ally and neighbor.