Bicycles: SURU Inc 🍁

Name: SURU Inc

Products: Electric bikes

Manufactured In: Halifax, Nova Scotia

Where to Buy: Company website

Website: suru.bike

Canadian Owned: Yes

Founded in 2016 by international award-winning designer Michael Uhlarik, an Ontario native, and partner Kevin O’Neil (born and raised in Montreal), SURU uses advanced aerospace and racing technology to manufacture lightweight electric bikes.

SURU is one of only two brands that actually manufacture bicycles and motorbikes in Canada, not just assemble parts made in the far east.  Every SURU starts out as sheets and billets of raw, Canadian mined aluminum and steel and is formed, painted, and assembled into complete vehicles in Nova Scotia.

SURU One Fifty

Canoes/Kayaks: Delta Kayaks 🍁

Name: Delta Kayaks

Products: Kayaks

Manufactured In: Maple Ridge, BC

Where to Buy: Dealers across Canada

Website: deltakayaks.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

Delta uses innovations in design to make quality kayaks and environmental responsibility as a key part of their manufacturing process.

Canoes/Kayaks: Pelican International 🍁

Name: Pelican International

Products: Kayaks, paddleboards, boats

Manufactured In: Laval and Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec

Where to Buy: Retailers across Canada

Website: www.pelicansport.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

With 600 employees across three facilities in Canada, Pelican International is a world leader in the design and manufacture of plastic kayaks, canoes, pedal boats and fishing boats.

Canoes/Kayaks: Clipper Canoes 🍁

Name: Clipper Canoes

Products: Canoes (various types and sizes, and composite materials)

Manufactured In: Abbotsford, BC

Where to Buy: Dealers across Canada

Website: clippercanoes.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

Clipper Canoes manufactures around 40 different varieties of canoes and has a long history as the go-to canoe for rental shops throughout BC and Alberta.

Hockey: COLT Hockey 🍁

Name: COLT Hockey

Products: Hockey sticks

Manufactured In: Mississauga, Ontario

Where to buy: Online and select dealers

Website: colthockey.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

Composite hockey sticks – expensive, break easily, best performance. All made outside of Canada. Enter COLT Hockey – sticks made in Canada, coated with a nickel-cobalt alloy, making them able to withstand 400 pounds of pressure compared to 260 pounds for a typical stick – all at a comparable price. If you’re in the market for a new stick, you should definitely look at COLT.

Hockey: Passau Hockey 🍁

Name: Passau Hockey

Products: Custom and stock hockey goaltender equipment

Manufactured In: Chambly, Quebec

Where to buy: Company website

Website: passauhockey.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

Alain Beaudry founded Passau Hockey more than 30 years ago, drawing on his experience with the Montreal Canadiens (boo) where he adjusted and repaired goaltender equipment. Now run by his son, Hugo, Passau makes custom goaltender equipment and also offers a more cost-effective, stock built line for lower-level players aka the beer league types.

Their equipment is highly customizable to ensure the perfect fit for custom orders, and made by hand in Chambly.

Canoes/Kayaks: Swift Canoes and Kayaks 🍁

Name: Swift Canoe & Kayak

Products: Canoes & kayaks

Manufactured In: South River, Ontario

Where to Buy: Throughout Canada at dealers, or from the Swift retail stores in Ontario

Website: swiftcanoe.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

“People who know, paddle Swift”, says Swift Canoe & Kayak, who have been making canoes since 1984 and kayaks since 1995. They offer a lifetime warranty as well as a 30 day perfect fit guarantee.

Bicycles: Rocky Mountain Bicycles 🍁

Name: Rocky Mountain Bicycles

Products: Mountain and pavement bikes

Manufactured In: Overseas

Where to Buy: Network of dealers

Website: bikes.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

Rocky Mountain Bicycles is a Canadian bicycle manufacturer based in Delta, British Columbia. The company was incorporated in 1981, and purchased by Quebec-based Procycle in 1997. Though production has been outsourced overseas, design and head office operations remain in Canada.

Rocky Mountain bicycles are widely used by professional cyclists.