What Are the Differences Between Noma and Canadiana Snowblowers?

Noma was an American snowblower manufacturer up until 1965, when it filed for bankruptcy. Since 1967, Noma has existed only as a licensed trademark, which is currently owned by Inliten, LLC. Canadiana is a current push mower and snowblower manufacturer that makes five models of snowblowers of varying power and other specifications.

It is not entirely clear which companies have manufactured snowblowers under the name of "Noma" since the company itself ceased production in 1967. Canadiana used to manufacture a snowblower under the name of "Noma," but it no longer does.

Canadiana is a reputable snowblower brand that is manufactured by Briggs and Stratton Power Products Group, LLC. There are five Canadiana snowblowers currently in production.

The 22" Single Stage, the 24" Dual Stage and the Canadiana 24" are equipped with the 205-cubic centimeter Briggs and Stratton 800 Snow Series Engine, which produces 8 foot-pounds of gross torque. They are designed for use on small to medium clearing areas, medium to large clearing areas, and driveways and walkways, respectively.

The Durable 27" Dual Stage is equipped with the 249-cubic centimeter Briggs and Stratton 1150 Snow Series Engine, which produces 11.5 foot-pounds of gross torque. It is designed for use on 80-foot driveways.

The Powerful 29" Dual Stage, the most powerful Canadiana snowblower, is equipped with the 305-cubic centimeter Briggs and Stratton 1450 Snow Series Engine, which produces 14.5 foot-pounds of gross torque. It is designed for use on 100-foot driveways.