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Wed, 31 Oct 2012 09:45:00 GMT | By Jason Buckland, MSN Money
Iconic Canadian brands that jumped the border

Imperial Oil

An Imperial Oil company annual meeting in Calgary, Alta., May 2, 2012. (© Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)
  • Molson, Eaton's and Tim Hortons. (© Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press)
  • Labatt London brewery sign. (© Stephen C. Host/Canadian Press Images)
  • An Imperial Oil company annual meeting in Calgary, Alta., May 2, 2012. (© Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)
  • Franchise sign at a Tim Hortons fast food restaurant in Calgary, Alta. (© Larry MacDougal/The Canadian Press Images)
  • The Toronto Maple Leaf hockey team practices at Maple leaf Gardens. (© Mathieu Schneider photo by Edward Regan/Globe and Mail)
  • Customers stand in front of the flagship Eaton's store at the Eaton Centre in downtown Toronto. (© CP Photo)
  • Photos of Simpson Tower (Hudson's Bay Company) at Queen and Bay Streets in Toronto. (© Tibor Kolley)
  • A can of Molson Canadian is seen in front of the can line at the Molson Breweries in Vancouver, B.C. (© Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press)
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Imperial Oil

Another century-old company founded in London, Ont., Imperial Oil was incorporated back in 1880 and today is Canada’s ninth-largest business by revenue, according to TheGlobe & Mail. Imperial Oil, which operates under the brand name Esso in Canada, moved its headquarters to Calgary in 2005, though the energy giant has a surprising connection to the U.S. Nearly 70 per cent of Imperial Oil is owned by ExxonMobil, the Texas-based multinational that’s a direct descendant of the Standard Oil company founded by John D. Rockefeller.

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