I guess Princess Auto, in Canada, would be similar to Harbor Freight. Once one goes in the store, there's so much to see, sort of like going to a museum, everything from cowbells to mini-excavators, with lots of tools, trailer parts, welding/air/hydraulic equipment in between. There's more variety than any Harbor Freight I have been in. Their house brand is Power Fist, but a professional would likely be embarrassed to have Power Fist tools in their tool box.Not everybody uses their tools enough to warrant remortgaging their house to buy Snap Off tools.
I have a wire feed welder, two angle grinders, a reciprocating saw, two drills, regualr and deep impact sockets, torx and allen sockets, screw drivers, and other tools I can't think of off hand . All from HF. Some I've had for years now. They all do their jobs and none have broke yet. I'm not gentle with them either because I don't really care if they break.