The naming of the three stars at the end of NHL games was inspired by Esso 3 Star gasoline in 1936. In 1944, Maurice “Rocket” Richard was the first player to be named all three stars, for scoring five goals for the Montréal Canadiens in a 5-1 playoff victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
From family road trips to supporting the war effort, Imperial has been fuelling Canadian journeys for more than a century. Here are a few of the more memorable moments we shared along the way.
As a company with such a close association with the tiger, Imperial, together with our parent company, Exxon Mobil Corporation, was instrumental in establishing the Save The Tiger Fund in 1995. Today, Exxon Mobil Corporation contributes $1 million a year to help conserve Asia's remaining wild tigers.
Throughout our history, we have been pioneers in products, technology and policies that impact the way Canada and the world uses energy. Here are a few of our more famous firsts.
Imperial was the first company to introduce the eight-hour workday in Canada. And we were the second company in Canada to implement the five-day workweek (just two weeks behind Proctor & Gamble). Learn about
working with Imperial today.