Air Transat is a Canadian low-cost leisure airline based in Montreal, Quebec, operating scheduled and charter flights, serving 63 destinations in 30 countries. The airline is owned and operated by Transat A.T. Inc.
Alcan was a Canadian mining company and aluminum manufacturer. It was founded in 1902 as the Northern Aluminum Company, Limited, renamed Aluminum Company of Canada, Limited in 1925, and Alcan Aluminum Limited in 1966. It took the name Alcan Incorporated in 2001. During that time, it grew to become one of the world’s largest aluminium manufacturers.
Arc'teryx is a Canadian outdoor clothing and sporting goods company founded in North Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1989. The name and logo of Arc'teryx refer to the Archaeopteryx, among the earliest known birds. The logo is based on the "Berlin specimen" of the bird, the most complete skeleton found to date.
BCE Inc., formerly Bell Canada Enterprises, is a publicly-traded telecommunications holding company for the Bell Canada corporate group and associated mass media holdings. Founded through a corporate reorganizations in 1983 when Bell Canada, Northern Telecom, and other related companies all became subsidiaries of the new BCE, the company remains one of Canada's largest corporations.
Bell Canada is a Canadian telecommunications company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is the incumbent local exchange carrier for telephone and DSL Internet services in most of Canada east of Saskatchewan and in the northern territories, and a major competitive local exchange carrier for enterprise customers in the western provinces.
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Canadian Natural Resources Limited, or CNRL or Canadian Natural, is a Canadian oil and gas exploration, development and production company, with its corporate head office in Calgary, Alberta. Along with its core area Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB), CNRL also has North Sea and offshore West Africa fields. By 2011, with a production of 121,000 barrels (19,200 m3), CNRL was Canada's largest oil company and Canada's "single biggest conventional heavy oil producer". By 2009 CNRL ranked number 251 on the Forbes Global 2000 list.
Canadian Tire Corporation
Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited is a Canadian retail company which sells a wide range of automotive, hardware, sports and leisure, and home products. Some stores also sell toys and food products. Retail operations include: Canadian Tire, the core retail and automotive service operation, which operates a large car repair garage in each store; Canadian Tire Petroleum; Mark's, a men’s, women’s, and work apparel retailer; sporting goods and sportswear retail conglomerate FGL Sports; and PartSource, which retails auto parts and accessories. The company's head office is in Toronto, Ontario. The retailer is known for its Canadian Tire money, a loyalty program first introduced in 1958, where customers are provided with coupons resembling paper money worth 0.4% of their purchase that can be used in subsequent purchases as scrip at Canadian Tire stores and gas stations.
Clearly Canadian is a North America beverage brand, produced by The Clearly Food & Beverage Company of Canada. The brand was founded in 1987 in British Columbia, Canada and is well known throughout North America, Scandinavia, parts of Europe and Japan.
Datawind, founded in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is a developer and manufacturer of low-cost tablet computers and smartphones. Datawind manufactures low cost tablets and sells these primarily in India, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States of America. The company is known for its development of the Aakash tablet computer, which is the world’s cheapest tablet at US $37.99/unit. The Aakash tablet was developed for India's Ministry for Human Resource Development (MHRD).
Domtar Corporation is the largest integrated producer of uncoated free-sheet paper in North America and the second largest in the world based on production capacity, and is also a manufacturer of papergrade pulp.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is a chain of luxury hotels owned by AccorHotels since 2016. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts was created in 2001 following the merger of Canadian Pacific Hotels and Fairmont Hotels. Fairmont operates 75 properties in 24 countries, with a strong presence in the United States, and Canada.
Frontera Energy is a Canadian petroleum exploration and production company in the business of heavy crude oil and natural gas. Its focus is on Colombia and Peru where it holds numerous properties including 38 blocks in the Llanos, Sucre-Co Lower Magdalena and Cesar Valley, Rancheria, Upper and Middle Magdalena Valley, Putumayo Valley, Ucayali and Maranon basins.
Gulf Canada, originally British-American Oil and eventually Gulf Canada Resources, is a major Canadian integrated gas, oil, and resources company in operation since 1906. It was Canada's 4th largest oil company and operated over 9,000 retail gasoline outlets.
Jazz Aviation LP
Jazz Aviation LP, commonly shortened to Jazz, is a Canadian regional airline based at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Enfield, Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Chorus Aviation. Jazz Aviation provides regional and charter airline services in Canada and the United States, primarily under contract to Air Canada using the brand name Air Canada Express, and also as Jazz Charters.
Kit and Ace
Kit and Ace is a Canadian apparel brand founded in 2014 by Shannon Wilson, former lead designer of Lululemon Athletica, and her stepson J. J. Wilson. The company is best known for producing machine-washable technical cashmere wool clothing and accessories. Hold It All Inc., a Vancouver-based holding company, owns the brand.
Line the Label
Line the Label, also known as Line, is a Canadian fashion clothing brand, based in North York, Toronto. Production takes places in Toronto and China.
Mac's Convenience Stores
Mac's Convenience Stores was a chain of convenience stores in Canada. The company is divided into three geographic business units: Eastern Canada, Central Canada, and Western Canada. It has been owned and operated by Alimentation Couche-Tard since 1999. In 2017, Couche-Tard began to rebrand Mac's and most of its other stores as Circle K.
Mr. Sub, originally called Mr.Submarine before the 1990s, is a Canadian chain of over 200 submarine sandwich shops. The first store was opened in 1968 in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood, which was then known for its "hippie" culture.
Nature's Path Foods
Nature's Path Foods, commonly known as Nature's Path, is a privately held, family-owned producer of certified organic foods. Originally known for its breakfast cereals, it now has a portfolio of more than 150 products. Founded in 1985 by Arran and Ratana Stephens, Nature's Path employs approximately 500 people, with manufacturing facilities in Canada and the United States and sales in more than 40 countries. All of its products are vegetarian, certified organic, and Non-GMO Project Verified. Nature's Path is a triple bottom line social enterprise, and has been recognized for incorporating the notion of sustainability into its business practices through its support of various charitable and eco-friendly initiatives. The company is regularly named one of Canada's best employers.
Nekso is a mobile E-hailing company present in Central and South America. The Nekso's application allows users to book a taxi and track it in real time.
NFI Group Inc.
NFI Group Inc. is a Canadian multinational automotive company specializing in the manufacturing of heavy-duty transit buses and motorcoaches and the distribution of aftermarket parts. The company headquarters are in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and it has manufacturing, distribution and service centers in both Canada and the United States. New Flyer manufactures integral buses, building both the coachwork and the supporting chassis. The company currently sells vehicles under three brands: New Flyer Xcelsior transit buses, offered with various drive systems and in several lengths; ARBOC Specialty Vehicles small and mid-sized transit buses; and Motor Coach Industries (MCI) D-Series and J-Series motorcoaches. It also sold Daimler’s Setra S407 and S417 coaches until 2018.
Newfoundland Screech is a rum sold in Newfoundland with 40% alcohol by volume. The term screech is a colloquial term that has been used to describe almost any cheap, high alcohol spirit, including moonshine. The term is used in the brand name for this mid-priced rum to associate the brand with this tradition.
NewLeaf Travel Company Inc., branded as NewLeaf, was a Canadian virtual airline or ticket reseller based at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport in Manitoba. It sold tickets for flights operated by Flair Airlines.
Orion Bus Industries
Orion Bus IndustriesOrion Bus Industries and Ontario Bus Industries in Canada and Bus Industries of America in the United States, was a privately owned bus manufacturer based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
Petro-Canada is a retail and wholesale marketing brand of Suncor Energy. Until 1990, it was a crown corporation of Canada, headquartered at the Petro-Canada Centre in Calgary, Alberta. In August 2009, Petro-Canada merged with Suncor Energy, with Suncor shareholders receiving approximately 60 percent ownership of the combined company and Petro-Canada shareholders receiving approximately 40 percent. The company retained the Suncor Energy name for the merged corporation and its upstream operations. It continues to use the Petro-Canada brand nationwide, except in Newfoundland and Labrador, for downstream retail operations.
Pizza 73 is a Canadian restaurant chain that offers a number of different styles of pizza. It has been operated by Pizza Pizza since 2007. Toronto based Pizza Pizza had acquired the restaurant for a total of $CAN70.2 million. There are 89 locations throughout Western Canada, which include the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and the Yukon. The restaurant's name originates from its original phone number: 473–7373. Founded by David Tougas and Guy Goodwin in 1985, Pizza 73 is headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.
Porter Airlines is a regional airline headquartered at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on the Toronto Islands in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Owned by Porter Aviation Holdings, formerly known as REGCO Holdings Inc., Porter operates regularly scheduled flights between Toronto and locations in Canada and the United States using Canadian-built Bombardier Dash-8 Q 400 turboprop aircraft.
Procurify is a cloud-based procurement software company located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Procurify's main product offering is a cloud-based procurement solution which can be used to manage company spending. Companies that offer procurement solutions will typically focus on automation and of company spending in real-time. The current Procurify platform is considered horizontal, rather than industry specific.
Purdys Chocolatier is a Canadian chocolatier, confectionery manufacturer, and retail operator. The company is based out of Vancouver, British Columbia on the west coast of Canada. From its 57,000 square-foot factory, Purdys produces a variety of different chocolates and confectioneries that are distributed to all of its retail locations. These products include a variety of specialty chocolates; including truffles, hazelnut Hedgehogs, caramels, creams, moulded filled chocolates, caramels and clusters. Many individual outlets also prepare ice cream bars dipped and covered in toppings of ones choice in full view of customers. Purdys began expanding outside of British Columbia in 1970 with its first outlets outside of British Columbia opening in Alberta. Purdys then began expansion into Ontario in 2004. There are currently a total of over 70 stores in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.
Purex bathroom tissue
Purex bathroom tissue is Western Canada's #1 selling bathroom tissue and is manufactured and distributed by Kruger Products. The product is manufactured at Kruger's plant in New Westminster, British Columbia.
Recon Instruments was a Canadian technology company that produced smartglasses and wearable displays marketed by the company as "heads-up displays" for sports. Recon's products delivered live activity metrics, GPS maps, and notifications directly to the user's eye. Recon's first heads-up display offering was released commercially in October 2010, roughly a year and a half before Google introduced Google Glass.
Robin's Donuts is a Canadian chain of over 160 fast food restaurants that operate in every province of Canada except Quebec. In 2017 a Maclean's Magazine Poll ranked Robin's as the 7th best coffee chain out of 15 in Canada.
Rogers Centre, originally named SkyDome, is a multi-purpose stadium in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, situated just southwest of the CN Tower near the northern shore of Lake Ontario. Opened in 1989 on the former Railway Lands, it is home to the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, the stadium was home to the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Buffalo Bills of the National Football League (NFL) played an annual game at the stadium as part of the Bills Toronto Series from 2008 to 2013. While it is primarily a sports venue, it also hosts other large events such as conventions, trade fairs, concerts, travelling carnivals, and monster truck shows.
Seagull is a Canadian company and sub-brand of Godin Guitars that produces acoustic guitars. The company was originally located in La Patrie, a small village in the Eastern Townships of Quebec and founded in 1982 by Robert Godin and a few of his friends.
Second Cup Coffee Co.
Second Cup Coffee Co. is a Canadian coffee retailer operating more than 300 cafes across the country. Its headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario. Its stores sell hot and cold beverages, pastries, snacks, pre-packaged food items, hot and cold sandwiches, and drinkware including mugs and tumblers. Second Cup sales continue to compete with Starbucks, Tim Hortons and McDonald's, which also feature espresso-based specialty drinks.
Sun Life Financial, Inc.
Sun Life Financial, Inc. is a Canadian financial services company known primarily as a life insurance company. It is one of the largest life insurance companies in the world, and also one of the oldest with a history spanning back to 1865.
Supertest Petroleum was an oil and gas company in Canada that operated from 1923 to 1973. Its head office was in London, Ontario. It marketed itself as "Canada's All-Canadian Company", and was acquired by BP Canada in 1971.
The Toronto–Dominion Bank
The Toronto–Dominion Bank is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Commonly known as TD and operating as TD Bank Group, the bank was created on February 1, 1955 through the merger of the Bank of Toronto and The Dominion Bank, which were founded in 1855 and 1869, respectively. TD's Institution Number is 004. They have the highest mortgage prime rate in the market, higher than most other banks in Canada.
Van Houtte Inc.
Van Houtte Inc. is a company based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada that processes, distributes and sells coffee and coffee related goods.
West 49 Inc.
West 49 Inc., is a Canadian specialty retailer of fashion and apparel, footwear, accessories, and equipment related to the action sports lifestyle. The retailer operates more than 100 stores across the country and is Canada's largest skateboard and snowboard chain. In 2005, it was ranked the 82nd fastest growing company in Canada. West 49 Inc. operates stores under several names: West 49, Billabong, Element Canada, and Amnesia/Arsenic. On November 4, 2013, YM Inc. was confirmed as the new parent company of the retail chain.
White Spot is a Canadian restaurant chain based in Vancouver, British Columbia, best known for its hamburgers, Pirate Pak children's meal and burger sauce. Some locations have carhop service.
WSP Global Inc.
WSP Global Inc. is a Canadian business providing management and consultancy services to the built and natural environment. It is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. After the purchase of New York-headquartered professional services firm Parsons Brinckerhoff in October 2014, WSP Global effectively became one of the largest professional services firms in the world, with approximately 36,000 employees in 500 offices serving in 40 countries.
Zellers Inc. was a major Canadian chain discount department retailer based in Brampton, Ontario. It was founded in 1931, and was acquired by Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) in 1978.
Made in Canada. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Canada” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC