List of Soft Drinks By Country - Canada


  • Big 8 (a brand of cola and bottled water distributed by Sobeys)
  • Brio Chinotto
  • Canada Dry (very popular brand of ginger ale, but many other soft drinks are available)
  • Cott Beverages (the world's largest bottler of private label soft drinks. Once primarily known for Cott Black Cherry soda and other flavours sold under its own name. At one time used the slogan "It's Cott to be good!")
  • Clearly Canadian (sparkling water available in many flavours)
  • Eskimo Soft Drinks (a kosher brand of soft drinks distributed by home delivery in Montreal and Toronto, through the late 1970s)
  • Freshie (drink mix available in 5 flavours, discontinued in the 1980s)
  • Gize Mineralwater (gold filtered mineralwater – with healing properties)
  • Ice Castle (private label soft drink brand of the defunct Steinberg's supermarket chain. Notable for selling cans without pop tops long after they became industry standard.)
  • KIK Cola (a now-defunct brand of cola once very popular, especially in Quebec)
  • Marco Spruce Beer
  • Spruce Beer (a spruce-flavoured carbonated drink particularly popular in Quebec)
  • Mr. Goudas
  • Pepsi (This brand occupies a strange cultural niche in Quebec, one of the very few places in the world where it routinely outsells Coke. Because Pepsi was originally seen as a cheap substitute for Coke, by the 1940s or 50's, "Pepsis" became a derogatory slang term for French-speaking Quebeckers. This usage has slowly disappeared from public discourse, but it's still considered an extremely rude ethnic slur.)
  • Pop Shoppe (brand of soda available in eight flavours)
  • President's Choice (Private label soft drinks line sold in supermarkets owned by Loblaw Companies Limited. PC Cola comes in two varieties, red label and blue label.)
  • Propeller Brewery (small brewery that also makes a small line of soda including Cream Soda, Ginger Beer, and Root Beer)
  • RELOAD (energy drink)
  • Slow Cow (an "anti-energy" drink from Slow Cow Drink Inc.)
  • Sussex Golden Ginger Ale (a "golden" ginger ale originally bottled in the town of Sussex, New Brunswick,retailed in Canada's Maritime Provinces and northern areas in the state of Maine.)
  • Temagami Scotch Cream Soda (a cream soda drink available in Northern Ontario, named after the Temagami wilderness area in Northeastern Ontario, bottled and produced by Fortier products in Cochrane Ontario.)
  • Vrroom (brand of fruit flavoured sport drinks and thirst quenching slush)

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