British-Canadian Tractors Ltd.

Canada was hungry for tractors in the early 1900s, and the majority of them were imported from either the United States or England. British-Canadian offered their 15 BHP tractor in 1913. English imports such as these were at a great disadvantage, particularly from the shipping standpoint. Consequently, they never gained much of a market in Canada, since it was nearly impossible to sell them competitively against Canadian and American-built tractors.

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British-Canadian Tractors Ltd, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, offered their first tractor in 1913. Little else is known about this company.


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