There are some new names on this year's list of the top 10 brands in Canada.
Canada is the country that brought the world the BlackBerry and Lululemon, but what brands truly define our nation?
If we're talking brand value, then the answer is banks, banks and more banks. According to Brand Finance, a global management firm, many of Canada's most valuable brands are also the country's biggest financial institutions. Which banks are worth the most, and what Canadian names in other sectors round out the top 10 list? Click through to find out.
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