List of the 19 Best Canadian Company Logos

The Canadian economy has seen its own high’s and low’s in recent years. In the beginning of 2013, their GDP had grown 0.7% with an annualized rate just below 3%. Domestic demand has been slowly increased per household with a final consumption expenditure of +0.8%. Business gross fixed capital has seen a half percent decline, however investment inventories have rose. The 2% increase in economy growth experienced last year is a good prediction that this year will be continuing along those trends. A selection of top Canadian company logos from large businesses among multiple industries in Canada are compiled below.

Air Canada Company Logo
Air Canada Company Logo
Bombardier Inc. Company Logo
Bombardier Inc. Company Logo
Cameco Corp. Company Logo
Cameco Corp. Company Logo
Canaccord Genuity  Company Logo
Canaccord Genuity Company Logo
Canadian National Railway Company Logo
Canadian National Railway Company Logo
Canadian Tire Corp. Company Logo
Canadian Tire Corp. Company Logo
Central 1 Credit Union Company Logo
Central 1 Credit Union Company Logo
Desjardins Group Company Logo
Desjardins Group Company Logo
Husky Energy Company Logo
Husky Energy Company Logo
Mullen Group Company Logo
Mullen Group Company Logo
Rogers Wireless Company Logo
Rogers Wireless Company Logo
Rona Inc. Company Logo
Rona Inc. Company Logo
Royal Bank of Canada Company Logo
Royal Bank of Canada Company Logo
Sherritt International Company Logo
Sherritt International Company Logo
Shoppers Drug Mart Company Logo
Shoppers Drug Mart Company Logo
Siemens Canada Company Logo
Siemens Canada Company Logo
Suncor Energy Company Logo
Suncor Energy Company Logo
TransCanada Corp Company Logo
TransCanada Corp Company Logo
WestJet Airlines Company Logo
WestJet Airlines Company Logo

The Canadian automobile manufacturing industry has seen a rapid growth of 0.2% in their economy. This was double the original prediction expected for this industry. The rise in manufacturing proves to be a positive indicator of expected sales to come. This years GDP is predicted to hit 2.7%in 2014.