Burger Burger were quick to post an image of a shamed Statue of Liberty and attest the goodness of their American inspired burgers, saying "At least you don't have to go to the US to eat the BEST BURGERS IN ALL THE WORLD!!!". Many emojis followed.
Fashion brand World shared the same image as Burger Burger on Instagram and followed it up this morning with a hat they think says it all.
Commonsense Organics is searching for a silver lining and spreading the love.
Clothing retailer Superette wanted to know who its shoppers were voting for. Safe to say some comments were awkward...
And Al Brown's American themed Federal Delicatessen is promoting their Canadian dish of poutine on Facebook, simply saying: "Canada is looking like a good option". And it looks like the right option for comfort food too.
Jimmy D to the rescue with his 1-800-Save-Me-JimmyD print making a resurgence.
Further afield, US-based clothing retailer Nasty Gal encouraged women to stay positive, despite losing the chance to elect the first ever female president.
Nasty Gal also sold a limited edition t-shirt saying 'Nasty women unite', following Donald Trump's comments about Hillary Clinton being a nasty woman.
Have you seen any other brand posts based on the election results that are of note? Let us know if so.