Yeah, I do! Below is a cover of a Joe Matt's Peepshow comic showing the Toronto trio: Matt, Chester Brown and Seth. Even if it was published in 2002 it reminds me of the 1990s when everything was new and exciting (I was particularly impressed with what was published in 1996). There was Fréon, Amok, L'Association, Ego Comme X, Drawn & Quarterly and Fantagraphics. Even Raw books was still around publishing two issues of its memorable anthology in 1990 and 1991. Do those publishing houses no longer exist? Not exactly, but, to me, it's as if they did in fact disappear.
Joe Matt, Peepshow # 13, Drawn & Quarterly, February 2002.
What remains of all that, then? Well, many creators stopped doing comics altogether. Others do something once in a blue moon (to some, but not many, that happens because stories are no longer serialized; they just publish the finished graphic novel). Others, like Aristophane, are no longer with us, unfortunately.
In 2014 John Porcellino published The Hospital Suite, Richard McGuire published Here, and not much else happened, I guess...