Is it just me, or do you think that American companies -- e.g., The Travelers [sic] Indemnity Company, aka "Travelers Canada [sic]", one of The Travelers Companies, Inc. -- who spell their company names using American English (in America, obviously) should spell them using Canadian English when they open up shop in Canada? At the very least you'd think they'd be smart enough to register the Canadian spelling of their domain and redirect it to the domain they've registered that uses American spelling.
This page originally resided on the travelLerscanada.ca domain, but I only cheekily registered that for a year (9 March 2016 to 9 March 2017) when a cheap domain registrar had a $1.50 sale on the registration of new dot-ca domains. I was surprised that the registration was never challenged. The real Travelers [sic] Canada website, on the domain with the American spelling, is at travelerscanada.ca.
Oh, and for anyone without a sense of humour, this page (including all of its elements) is satire.