For you Canadians, let me tell you a story:
At DeHavilland Aircraft, all of our measuring equipment is required to be calibrated every three months; including torque wrenches.(I was a Flt. Service Engineer)
I submitted mine;, and went on vacation.
When I returned, I 'phoned 'Metrology' to inquire about my wrench. I was told that 'they' would bring it down to me.
The Met. Manager came down with it and asked me where I had purchased it.
I told him: "At Canadian Tire, cost me $30 on sale." He said: "N.F.W.!"
THIS wrench was the ONLY one out of 24, (mostly Snap-On) that met the EXACT spec all the way up the line; 25-250 ft. lb.
I believe that the wrench was made by Husky, in Bolton, Ontario, and I still have it.
BTW. Cdn. Tire sells them for over $100 now, (I bought mine years ago).