The Hudson Bay Company is founded
Soldiers from New France begin to attack and take over HBC’s posts.
Hudson’s Bay Company and North West Company merge. George Simpson implements a plan for reorganizing HBC.
HBC produces its first mail order catalogue and opens its first retail store.
HBC enters the wholesale business expending the product line.
HBC ships supply allies during World War I
HBC adopts The Bay brand for retail
HBC become Canadian Company
HBC returns to the public marketplace with an Initial Public Offering (IPO) of common shares.