Insulin as a diabetes treatment - Invented by Frederick Banting, Charles Best and James Collip in 1922. 
Superman - Created by Canadian-born artist Joe Shuster and American writer Jerry Siegel in 1932.
Basketball Invented by James Naismith in 1891.
Standard time - introduced by Sir Sandford Fleming in 1878.
Canola - created in the early 1970s by Keith Downey and Baldur R Stafansson. 
AM Radio - invented by Reginald Fessenden in 1906. 
The snowmobile - invented by Joseph-Armand Bombardier in 1937.
Nanaimo bars.
Canada Dry Ginger Ale - After hundreds of experiments, John J McLaughlin achieved the perfect formula for his Ginger Ale in 1904.
Crispy Crunch.
Coffee Crisp.
Walkie-Talkies - invented by Donald L Hings and Alfred J Gross in 1942. 
The prosthetic hand - invented by Helmut Lucas in 1971 (original prototype not pictured...clearly).
The snowblower - invented by Arthur Sicard in 1925.
The foghorn - invented by Robert Foulis in 1854.
Sonar - invented by Reginald Fessenden.
The goalie mask - invented by Jacques Plante in 1959.
IMAX - co-invented by Roman Kroitor in 1968.
Instant replay - invented for CBC's Hockey Night in Canada in 1955.
Lacrosse - codified by William George Beers around 1860. 
Ice hockey - invented in Windsor, Nova Scotia. 
The electron microscope - The first electron microscope in North America was built by J Hillier, A Prebus and E.F Burton at the University of Toronto in 1938 (for a history of the project, click on the photo).
Easy-Off oven cleaner - invented by Herbert McCool in 1932. 
The cardiac pacemaker - invented by John Hopps.
The Wonderbra - invented by Louise Poirier. 
The alkaline battery - invented by Lewis Urry in 1954. 
The caulking gun - invented by Theodore Witte in 1894. 
The Jolly Jumper - invented by Olivia Poole in 1959. 
The garbage bag - invented by Harry Wasylyk in 1950. 
The paint roller - invented by Norman James Breakey. 
The Robertson screw - invented by P.L Roberston. 
The Bloody Caesar - invented in Calgary in 1969. 
Plexiglass - invented by William Chalmers at McGill University in 1931. 
The explosives vapour detector - invented by Lorne Elias in 1985. 
Five-pin bowling - invented by Thomas F Ryan in 1909. 
The 56k modem - invented by Dr Brent Townshend in 1996. 
The McIntosh red apple - Developed by John McIntosh.
Peanut butter - first patented by Marcellus Gilmore Edson in 1884. 
Key-frame animation - invented by Nestor Burtnyk and Marcelli Win in the early 1970s The technique revolutionized the way animators created 3D graphics. 
The Java programming language - invented by James Gosling.
The telephone - invented by Scottish-born inventor Alexander Graham Bell in Brantford, Ontario. 
The BlackBerry - invented by Mike Lazaridis.
The Canadarm - used on the Space Shuttle.
Singer Justin Bieber.