The accessories released during the Star Wars era closely mirrored the same products available in the U.S.. The accessories' boxes had both English and French printing on both sides; a tell-tale sign that the item is Canadian.
R2-D2 Bop Bag   -   Light Saber   -   Laser Pistol   -   3 Position Laser Rifle
SSP Vans   -   Mini Action Figure Collector's Case   -   Movie Viewer   -   Star Wars Utility Belts (Exclusive to Canada)
The Canadian version of the Give-A-Show Projector came in a removable top box, unlike the American "flip-top" box. The projector that came with the Canadian version was molded in red with a blue lens; just the opposite of the American version.
The Canadian version of the first Star Wars Play-Doh set.
Radio Controlled R2-D2:
The Radio Controlled R2-D2 in a Star Wars box.
R2-D2 Bop Bag:
The R2-D2 Bop Bag was aimed at the younger set of the Star Wars generation. The R2-D2 and Darth Vader Bop Bags were released in Canada as part of the first series. The reader can see that the American box template was used for the creation of the Canadian packaging. Look closely to the left of the 'E' in the "La Guerre des Etoiles" logo at the top and you will notice that the 'W' from the original English Star Wars logo can be partially seen. The Canadian printers simply placed the French logos over the English layout for the printing of the French side of the Star Wars boxes. Normally, the printer would black out the complete English logo before placing the French logo over it, but in this case, the French logo was simply placed over the English logo.
The Inflatable Light Saber in a Star Wars box. Essentially a flashlight with an inflatable yellow tube, the Light Saber also came with a repair kit which contained several square "patches" to cover any punctures the inflatable tube would incur while dueling with your opponent. The Canadian version of the Light Saber box has the saber's measurements in metric and the pyramid French Star Wars logo; "La Guerre des Etoiles", appears on the inside spine on the reverse of the box.
The Laser Pistol in a Star Wars box. Han Solo's blaster was one of two guns that was released by Kenner Canada during the Star Wars era. The laser pistol had a battery operated motor with two speeds activated by a "secret button". When the trigger and secret button were pulled together, the motor sounded slowly or rapidly, depending on how hard the trigger was pulled. The first release had the round battery compartment knobs, trigger and secret button molded in black, while subsequent releases saw them molded in a flat grey.
3 Position Laser Rifle:
The 3 Position Laser Rifle in a Star Wars box. The 3 Position Laser Rifle (or Stormtrooper blaster) was the second of two guns that was released by Kenner Canada during the Star Wars era. Unlike the Laser Pistol (above), the 3 Position Laser Rifle was only available on store shelves in Canada for a very short time, and it is rarely seen today. The 3 Position Laser Rifle had a battery operated motor with two speeds activated by a "secret button". When the trigger and secret button were pulled together, the yellow and black barrel rotated either slowly or rapidly, depending on how hard the trigger was pulled. It was replaced by the Electronic Laser Rifle during the ESB era. The three positions were: 1) Laser Battle, in the position shown above; 2) Sneak Attack, with the stock and handle folded up; and 3) Standing Guard, with just the handle folded down.
The "Heroes" or "white" Star Wars SSP van was released in a different style in Canada. It was released with an early 1970's Dodge Van front grill (ie: non-custom) with an air-conditioner on the roof and black upcurl exhausts.
The American version had no air-conditioner on the roof, but sported a custom front grill and sun roof, as well as custom chrome exhausts. The Canadian "Darth Vader" or "black" van was the same as the American version.
Mini Action Figure Collector's Case:
The Canadian version of the Mini Action Figure Collector's case had bilingual printing on the face, as well as a product number in the upper left. The Kenner logo is conspicuously absent.
The original Star Wars Mini Action Figure Collector's Case was the only version that came with the bilingual printing. All other subsequent releases of the vinyl cases were the exact same as the American versions.
The SW Movie Viewer with the "May the Force Be With You" movie cassette. Unfortunately for Canada, the single movie cassettes released in the U.S. for the movie viewer; Danger at the Cantina, Battle in Hyperspace, Assault on Death Star and Destroy Death Star, were never available in bilingual packaging in Canada.
Star Wars Utility Belts:
Among the rarer Star Wars items to emerge from Canada are the set of Utility Belts. There were three made; Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Darth Vader. The items included in these sets did not resemble anything from the movie at all. The respective sets included the following items:
Luke Skywalker Utility Belt:    black belt, black pistol, grappling hook and rope, lightsaber
Princess Leia Utility Belt:    white belt, black pistol, red watch, black walkie-talkie
Darth Vader Utility Belt:    black belt, black pistol, lightsaber
The Utility Belt sets are basically reissues of older utility belt sets made by Remco with different items included. Remco was successful with their Super-Hero Utility Belt sets in Canada in the early to mid-1970's, and Kenner Canada used them to cash in on the Star Wars phenomenon. Some of the items used in the Super-Hero sets were re-used in the Star Wars sets including Princess Leia's walkie-talkie and watch (used previously in the Batman set with the Batman logo replacing the Star Wars logo seen below, as well as the Captain America set with the walkie talkie molded in blue, and a Captain America sticker on the watch; also seen below).
The Star Wars Utility Belt sets came packaged in a brittle, white plastic tray or a cardboard insert to hold the sets' pieces in place inside the window box.