I only occasionally come across Fleet tools, which were also made in Canada at one point. Ratchets and sockets are most common.
Plomb Tools of Los Angeles acquired the Penens Corporation of Chicago, Illinois in 1942. Shortly after this acquisition, Penens produced tools under the Fleet and Challenger brands. In 1947 Penens registered a trademark for "Fleet Quality Tools" with a wing-like design and produced Fleet branded tools for a number of years. By the mid 1960s the Penens Corporation had changed its name to the Fleet Tool Company. The parent company began manufacturing its tools with the Proto name. In 1957, the company began operating as Pendleton Tool Industries. In 1964, Proto was acquired by Ingersoll Rand, and in 1984, it was acquired by Stanley and became Stanley Proto Industrial Tools, now Stanley Black & Decker.