Top 100 Organizations in Canada

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Top 100 Organizations in Canada

Shopify Inc. is a Canadian multinational e-commerce company headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario. It is also the name of its proprietary e-commerce platform for online stores and retail point-of-sale systems.

Stock price: SHOP (NYSE) $1,428.12 +17.14 (+1.21%)

Founded: 2006

Revenue: 292.95 crores USD (2020)

CEO: Tobias Lütke (Apr 2008–)

Headquarters: Ottawa, Canada

CFO: Amy E. Shapero

Subsidiaries: Oberlo, Vinderbit Pty Ltd., Tictail, Solutions Alveo Inc., MORE

Founders: Tobias Lütke, Daniel Weinand, Scott Lake

Royal Bank of Canada is a Canadian multinational financial services company and the largest bank in Canada by market capitalization. The bank serves over 16 million clients and has 86,000+ employees worldwide.

Customer service: 00 1 506-864-2275

Credit card support: 00 1 416-974-7780

Stock price: RY (TSE) CA$129.06 +0.42 (+0.33%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: David I. McKay (1 Aug 2014–)

Revenue: 4,720 crores CAD (2020)

Founded: 1864, Halifax Regional Municipality, Canada

Subsidiaries: RBC Dominion Securities, RBC Capital Markets, MORE

The Toronto-Dominion Bank is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.

Stock price: TD (TSE) CA$94.45 -1.14 (-1.19%)

CEO: Bharat Masrani (1 Nov 2014–)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Number of employees: ~90,000 (FTE, FY2020)

Founded: 1855, Toronto, Canada

Divisions: TD Canada Trust

Subsidiaries: TD Canada Trust, TD Bank, TD Securities, MORE

Predecessors: Bank of Toronto, The Dominion Bank

Brookfield Asset Management Inc. is one of the world’s largest alternative asset management companies with US$626bn of AUM. It focuses on direct control investments in real estate, renewable power, infrastructure, credit and private equity.

Stock price: BAM.A (TSE) CA$73.12 +1.94 (+2.73%)

CEO: Bruce Flatt (Feb 2002–)

Assets under management: 62,600 crores USD (Q2 2021)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Founded: 7 April 1899, Toronto, Canada

Revenue: 6,300 crores USD (2020)

Subsidiaries: Brookfield Properties, MORE

Founders: Frederick Stark Pearson, William Mackenzie

The Canadian National Railway is a Canadian Class I freight railway headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, which serves Canada and the Midwestern and Southern United States.

Stock price: CNI (NYSE) $130.00 +1.86 (+1.45%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

CEO: Jean-Jacques Ruest (Jul 2018–)

Number of employees: 24,000 (2018)

Revenue: 1,491.2 crores CAD (2019)

Founder: Government of Canada

Founded: 1919, Montreal, Canada

Subsidiaries: Grand Trunk Western Railroad, MORE

Enbridge Inc. is a multinational pipeline company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Over time, it has continued to grow through the acquisition of other existing pipeline companies and the expansion of their projects.

Stock price: ENB (TSE) CA$48.30 +0.41 (+0.86%)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Revenue: 5,006.9 crores CAD (2019)

Founder: Imperial Oil

Founded: 30 April 1949

Net income: 582.7 crores CAD (2019)

Subsidiaries: Union Gas, Enbridge Gas Inc., MORE

CEO: Al Monaco (1 Oct 2012–), Patrick D. Daniel (1 Jan 2001–)

The Bank of Nova Scotia, operating as Scotiabank, is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. One of Canada’s Big Five banks, it is the third largest Canadian bank by deposits and market capitalization.

Stock price: BNS (TSE) CA$84.76 +0.84 (+1.00%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Credit card support: 00 1 416-288-1440

Revenue: 3,130 crores CAD (2020)

CEO: Brian J. Porter (1 Nov 2013–)

Founded: 30 March 1832, Halifax Regional Municipality, Canada

Number of employees: 92,001 (2020)

Subsidiaries: Colpatria, Tangerine, SCOTIABANK CHILE, MORE

The Bank of Montreal is a Canadian multinational investment bank and financial services company. Founded in Montreal, Quebec, in 1817 as Montreal Bank, its head office remains in Montreal, while its operational headquarters and executive offices have been located in Toronto, Ontario since 1977.

Stock price: BMO (TSE) CA$137.89 -0.09 (-0.07%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

CEO: Darryl White (1 Nov 2017–)

Founded: 23 June 1817, Montreal, Canada

Subsidiaries: BMO Harris Bank, BMO Nesbitt Burns, MORE

Founders: John Richardson, Horatio Gates

Lululemon Athletica, styled as lululemon athletica, is an American – Canadian multinational athletic apparel retailer domiciled in Delaware and headquartered in Vancouver.

Stock price: LULU (NASDAQ) $423.54 -12.18 (-2.80%)

CEO: Calvin McDonald (20 Aug 2018–)

Founder: Chip Wilson

Founded: 1998, Vancouver, Canada

Revenue: 400 crores USD (2019)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Number of locations: 491 (as of February, 2020)

Subsidiaries: ivivva athletica, Curiouser Products Inc., MORE

Thomson Reuters Corporation is a Canadian-American multinational media conglomerate. The company was founded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where it is headquartered at the Bay Adelaide Centre.

Stock price: TRI (NYSE) $119.04 +0.20 (+0.17%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: Steve Hasker (15 Mar 2020–)

Founded: 17 April 2008, Toronto, Canada

President: Steve Hasker

Subsidiaries: Reuters, Westlaw, West, Thomson One, MORE

Parent organization: The Woodbridge Company

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. The bank is headquartered at Commerce Court in the city’s Financial District. CIBC’s Institution Number is 010, and its SWIFT code is CIBCCATT.

Customer service: 00 1 902-420-2422

Credit card support: 00 1 514-861-9898

Stock price: CM (TSE) CA$141.32 +1.22 (+0.87%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: Victor G. Dodig (Sept 2014–)

Founded: 1 June 1961, Toronto, Canada

President: Victor G. Dodig

Subsidiaries: CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, MORE

The Canadian Pacific Railway, known as CP Rail between 1968 and 1996 and simply Canadian Pacific, is a historic Canadian Class I railway incorporated in 1881. The railway is owned by Canadian Pacific Railway Limited, which began operations as legal owner in a corporate restructuring in 2001.

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

CEO: Keith Creel (31 Jan 2017–)

Revenue: 771 crores CAD (2020)

Founder: George Stephen, 1st Baron Mount Stephen

Founded: 16 February 1881, Canada

Parent organization: Canadian Pacific Limited

Subsidiaries: Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad, MORE

Canadian Natural Resources Limited, or CNRL or Canadian Natural is a Canadian company engaged in hydrocarbon exploration primarily in Western Canada, the United Kingdom sector of the North Sea, and offshore Côte d’Ivoire and Gabon. The company is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta.

Stock price: CNQ (TSE) CA$53.73 +1.83 (+3.53%)

Revenue: 2,102.7 crores USD (2018)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 9,709 (2018)

President: Steve W. Laut

Founded: 7 November 1973, Calgary, Canada

Net income: 259.1 crores USD (2018)

Subsidiaries: Albian Sands, Laricina Energy, MORE

TC Energy Corporation is a major North American energy company, based in the TC Energy Tower building in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, that develops and operates energy infrastructure in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The company operates three core businesses: Natural Gas Pipelines, Liquids Pipelines and Energy.

Stock price: TRP (TSE) CA$58.90 -0.13 (-0.22%)

CEO: François Poirier (1 Jan 2021–)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 7,000

Founded: 1951

BCE Inc., formerly Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., is a publicly traded Canadian holding company for Bell Canada, which includes telecommunications providers and various mass media assets under its subsidiary Bell Media Inc.

Stock price: BCE (TSE) CA$66.23 +0.39 (+0.59%)

Headquarters: Canada

Number of employees: 52,100 (2019)

Founded: 1983

Key people: Mirko Bibic (President & CEO); Glen LeBlanc (CFO & Vice Chair, Atlantic Canada)

Formerly: Bell Canada Enterprises Inc. (1983–1988)

Subsidiaries: Bell Canada, Bell Media, CTV Television Network, MORE

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., or simply Couche-Tard, is a Canadian multinational operator of convenience stores. The company has 15,000 stores across Canada, the United States, Mexico, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Japan, China, and Indonesia.

Stock price: ATD.B (TSE) CA$48.89 +1.38 (+2.90%)

Revenue: 5,410 crores USD (2020)

Headquarters: Laval, Canada

CEO: Brian P. Hannasch (24 Sept 2014–)

Founder: Alain Bouchard

Founded: 1980

President: Brian P. Hannasch

Subsidiaries: Circle K, Mac’s Convenience Stores, MORE

Nutrien is a Canadian fertilizer company based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It is the largest producer of potash and the third largest producer of nitrogen fertilizer in the world. It has 1,500 retail stores and more than 23,100 employees.

Stock price: NTR (TSE) CA$87.72 +1.03 (+1.19%)

Headquarters: Saskatoon, Canada

Founded: 1 January 2018

Number of employees: 23,100 (2020)

Key people: Mayo Schmidt (President & CEO), and Russ Girling (Executive Chair Will Lefebvre (Peon)

Subsidiaries: Agrium, Nutrien Ag Solutions, Inc., MORE

Predecessors: PotashCorp, Agrium

Manulife Financial Corporation is a Canadian multinational insurance company and financial services provider headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. The company operates in Canada and Asia as “Manulife” and in the United States primarily through its John Hancock Financial division.

Stock price: MFC (TSE) CA$23.52 +0.23 (+0.99%)

Revenue: 3,900 crores CAD (2018)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Assets under management: 1.08 lakh crores CAD (2018)

CEO: Roy Gori (1 Oct 2017–)

Founded: 23 June 1887

Total assets: 75,030 crores CAD (2018)

Subsidiaries: John Hancock Financial, Standard Life, MORE

Suncor Energy is a Canadian integrated energy company based in Calgary, Alberta. It specializes in production of synthetic crude from oil sands. In the 2020 Forbes Global 2000, Suncor Energy was ranked as the 252nd-largest public company in the world.

Stock price: SU (TSE) CA$31.10 +0.81 (+2.67%)

CEO: Mark S. Little (May 2019–)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 12,591 (2020)

Founded: 1917, Montreal, Canada

Total assets: 8,943.5 crores CAD (2019)

Subsidiaries: Petro-Canada, Canadian Oil Sands, MORE

Constellation Software is a Canadian diversified software company. It is based in Toronto, Canada, is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, and is a constituent of the S&P/TSX 60. The company was founded by Mark Leonard, a former venture capitalist, in 1996.

Stock price: CSU (TSE) CA$2,188.82 +42.29 (+1.97%)

Revenue: 310 crores USD (2019)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Number of employees: 16,000

Founded: 1995

Subsidiaries: Volaris Group Inc., N. Harris Computer Corporation, MORE

Barrick Gold Corporation is a mining company that produces gold and copper with 16 operating sites in 13 countries. It is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Stock price: GOLD (NYSE) $18.49 +0.27 (+1.48%)

CEO: Mark Bristow (1 Jan 2019–)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Founder: Peter Munk

Founded: 1983

Revenue: 971.7 crores USD (2019)

Number of employees: 18,421

Subsidiaries: Nevada Gold Mines, Acacia Mining, MORE

Sun Life Financial Inc. is a Canadian financial services company; it is primarily known as a life insurance company. Sun Life has a presence in investment management with over CAD$1.3 trillion in assets under management operating in a number of countries.

Stock price: SLF (TSE) CA$68.97 +0.56 (+0.82%)

Customer service: 1800 270 7000

Revenue: 3,967 crores CAD (2019)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: Dean A. Connor (1 Dec 2011–)

Founder: Matthew Hamilton Gault

Founded: 1865

Subsidiaries: PT. Sun Life Financial Indonesia, SLC Management, MORE

Telus Communications Inc. is the wholly owned principal subsidiary of Telus Corporation, a Canadian national telecommunications company that provides a wide range of telecommunications products and services including internet access, voice, entertainment, healthcare, video, and IPTV television.

Stock price: T (TSE) CA$29.81 +0.28 (+0.95%)

CEO: Darren Entwistle (10 Aug 2015–)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Revenue: 1,534 crores CAD (2020)

Number of employees: 65,600 (2019)

Founded: 1990, Edmonton, Canada

Subsidiaries: Koodo Mobile, Telus Mobility, Telus Corporation, MORE

Parent organization: Telus Corporation

Great-West Lifeco Inc. is a Canadian insurance-centered financial holding company that operates in North America, Europe and Asia through five wholly owned, regionally focused subsidiaries.

Stock price: GWO (TSE) CA$37.88 +0.17 (+0.45%)

Headquarters: Winnipeg, Canada

Founder: Jeffry Hall Brock

Founded: 1891

Number of employees: 24,500 (2020)

Subsidiaries: Canada Life Assurance Company, MORE

Parent organizations: Power Corporation of Canada, Power Financial

The National Bank of Canada is the sixth largest commercial bank in Canada. It is headquartered in Montreal, and has branches in most Canadian provinces and 2.4 million personal clients.

Stock price: NA (TSE) CA$97.85 +1.74 (+1.81%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

CEO: Louis Vachon (Jun 2007–)

Revenue: 660 crores CAD (F2017)

Credit card support: 00 1 514-281-3159

Founded: November 1979, Montreal, Canada

Number of employees: 21,635 (F2017)

Subsidiaries: National Bank Direct Brokerage Inc., MORE

Franco-Nevada Corporation is a Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based, gold-focused royalty and streaming company with a diversified portfolio of cash-flow producing assets. It is traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange.

Stock price: FNV (TSE) CA$170.38 +0.18 (+0.11%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Revenue: 102 crores USD (2020)

Founded: 2007

President: John Blanchette

Net income: 32.6 crores USD (2020)

Executives: Paul J. Brink, Sandip Rana, Lloyd Hong, Adrian Wong, MORE

Subsidiaries: Franco-Nevada Texas LP, MORE

Cenovus Energy Inc. is an integrated oil and natural gas company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta. Cenovus was formed in 2009 when Encana Corporation split into two distinct companies, with Cenovus becoming focused on oil sands assets.

Stock price: CVE (NYSE) $12.29 +0.44 (+3.71%)

CEO: Alex Pourbaix (Nov 2017–)

Number of employees: ~2,300 (2019)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

CFO: Jeff Hart

Founded: 1 December 2009

Subsidiaries: Husky Energy, FCCL Oil Sands Partnership, MORE

VPs: Andrew Dahlin, Jeff Hart, Keith Chiasson, Sarah Walters

Loblaw Companies Limited is a Canadian food retailer, encompassing corporate and franchise supermarkets operating under 22 regional and market segment banners, as well as pharmacies, banking and apparel.

Headquarters: Brampton, Canada

Founded: 1919, Toronto, Canada

Owner: George Weston Limited

President: Galen Weston Jr.

Stock price: L (TSE) CA$98.24 +0.85 (+0.87%)

Subsidiaries: Loblaws, Shoppers Drug Mart, MORE

Parent organization: George Weston Limited

Founders: Theodore Loblaw, John Milton Cork

Magna International Inc. is a Canadian mobility technology company for automakers. It is one of the largest companies in Canada and was recognized on the 2020 Forbes Global 2000.

Stock price: MGA (NYSE) $79.38 +2.32 (+3.01%)

CEO: Seetarama Kotagiri (1 Jan 2021–)

Revenue: 4,082 crores USD (2018)

Headquarters: Aurora, Canada

Founder: Frank Stronach

Founded: 1957, Canada

Number of employees: 1,69,000 (2019)

Subsidiaries: Magna Steyr, Magna PT, Cosma International Inc., MORE

Rogers Communications Inc. is a Canadian communications and media company operating primarily in the fields of wireless communications, cable television, telephony and Internet, with significant additional telecommunications and mass media assets. Rogers has its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario.

Stock price: RCI.B (TSE) CA$58.88 +0.34 (+0.58%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: Joe Natale (19 Apr 2017–)

Revenue: 1,391.6 crores CAD (Fiscal Year Ended 31 December 2020)

Founder: Edward S. Rogers Jr.

Founded: 1960, Toronto, Canada

Number of employees: 26,000 (2013)

Subsidiaries: Fido Solutions, Rogers Wireless, Toronto Blue Jays, MORE

Imperial Oil Limited is a Canadian petroleum company. It is Canada’s second-biggest integrated oil company. ExxonMobil has a 69.6 percent ownership stake in the company.

Stock price: IMO (TSE) CA$44.08 +0.88 (+2.04%)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 5,263 (2012)

Founded: 1880, London, Canada

Parent organization: ExxonMobil

CEO: Brad Corson (Jan 2020–), Richard Michael Kruger (1 Mar 2013–)

Subsidiaries: Celtic Exploration, Imperial Oil Resources Ltd, MORE

Intact Financial Corporation is a Canadian multinational property and casualty insurance company. Originally established in 1809 as the Halifax Fire Insurance Association.

Stock price: IFC (TSE) CA$162.42 +0.04 (+0.02%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Revenue: 1,214.3 crores CAD (2020)

Founded: 1809

CTO: Christian Menkens

Total assets: 3,511.9 crores CAD (2020)

Subsidiaries: belairdirect, Brokerlink, RSA Insurance Group, MORE

Power Corporation of Canada is a management and holding company that focuses on financial services in North America, Europe and Asia. Its core holdings are insurance, retirement, wealth management and investment management, including a portfolio of alternative investment platforms.

Stock price: POW (TSE) CA$42.05 +0.35 (+0.84%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Founder: Arthur James Nesbitt

Founded: 1925

Revenue: 6,461 crores CAD (2020)

Number of employees: 30,000+ employees (2020)

Subsidiaries: Power Financial, Great-West Lifeco, MORE

CEO: Paul Desmarais Jr. (1996–), André Desmarais (1996–)

CGI Inc., also known as CGI Group Inc., is a Canadian multinational information technology consulting and systems integration company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. CGI originally stood for “Conseillers en gestion et informatique”.

Stock price: GIB.A (TSE) CA$110.10 +1.04 (+0.95%)

CEO: George Schindler (1 Oct 2016–)

Revenue: 1,216.4 crores CAD (2020)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Founded: June 1976, Quebec City, Canada

Number of employees: 77,500 (feb 2020)

Subsidiaries: Logica, CGI Technologies and Solutions Inc., MORE

Founders: Serge Godin, André Imbeau

FortisBC is an electricity and natural gas distribution utility in the Canadian province of British Columbia, a subsidiary of Newfoundland-based Fortis Inc., Canada’s largest private utility company. Wikipedia

Founded: 1897

Headquarters: Kelowna and Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Key people: Roger Dall’Antonia, president and chief executive officer

Parent organizations: Fortis Inc., Fortisbc Pacific Holdings Inc

Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. is a multinational precious metals streaming company. It produces over 26 million ounces and sells over 29 million ounces of silver mined by other companies as a by-product of their main operations.

Stock price: WPM (NYSE) $40.24 +0.39 (+0.98%)

CEO: Randy V. J. Smallwood (Apr 2011–)

Founded: 2004

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Number of employees: 35 (2016)

Subsidiaries: Wheaton Precious Metals International Ltd., MORE

Founders: Randy V. J. Smallwood, Ian Telfer, Peter Barnes

Pembina Pipeline is a Canadian corporation that operates transportation and storage infrastructure delivering oil and natural gas to and from parts of Western Canada; there is also a natural gas processing business that takes place at the Cutbank Complex.

Stock price: PPL (TSE) CA$37.88 +0.21 (+0.56%)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 1,260 (2016)

Divisions: Pembina Marketing Ltd; Syncrude pipeline; Horizon Pipeline

Key people: Scott Burrows Interim President & CEO; Randall J. Findlay Chairman

Founded: 24 September 1954

Subsidiaries: Alliance Pipeline, Provident Energy Trust, MORE

Power Financial Corporation is a Canadian multinational company that was founded in 1984. Power Financial, a wholly owned subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada, is an international management.

Stock price: PWF.PF.A (TSE) CA$24.99 +0.30 (+1.22%)

Assets under management: 84,700 crores USD (2018)

Headquarters: Canada

Founded: 1984

Net income: 196.4 crores CAD (2019)

Subsidiaries: Great-West Lifeco, Wealthsimple, IGM Financial, MORE

Parent organization: Power Corporation of Canada

Key people: R. Jeffrey Orr (President & CEO), Paul Desmarais Jr. (Chairman)


Restaurant Brands International Inc. is a Canadian-American multinational fast food holding company.

Stock price: QSR (NYSE) $57.54 +1.41 (+2.51%)

Owners: 3G Capital (~32%); Capital World Investors (10.59%); Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P. (7.68%)

Revenue: 497 crores USD (2020)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Number of employees: 6,300

Founded: 9 December 2014

Number of locations: 25,496 (December 31, 2020)

Subsidiaries: Burger King, Tim Hortons, Popeyes, MORE

George Weston Limited, often referred to as Weston or Weston’s, is a Canadian food processing and distribution company.

Stock price: WN (TSE) CA$139.03 +1.36 (+0.99%)

CEO: Galen Weston Jr.

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Owner: Weston family

Founder: George Weston

Founded: 1882, Toronto, Canada

Subsidiaries: Loblaw Companies, Weston Foods Canada, MORE

Parent organization: Wittington Investments, Limited

WSP Global Inc. is a Canadian company with American and British roots, providing management and consultancy services to the built and natural environment. It is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Stock price: WSP (TSE) CA$181.13 +3.06 (+1.72%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Revenue: 694.22 crores CAD (2017)

CEO: Alexandre J. L’Heureux (Oct 2016–)

Number of employees: 50,000 (2019)

Founded: 1885, Quebec City, Canada

President: Alexandre J. L’Heureux

Subsidiaries: WSP USA, Golder Associates, WSP Sweden, MORE

Nuvei is an electronic payment processing company. The Montreal-based company is Canada’s largest private and non-bank payment processor. The company went public in September 2020 with a $700 million initial public offering on the Toronto Stock Exchange. As of August 2021, the company is worth US$18.6 billion.

Stock price: NVEI (TSE) CA$118.89 +3.97 (+3.45%)

Headquarters: Canada

CEO: Philip Fayer (2003–)

CFO: David Schwartz

Founded: 2003

Number of employees: 1,000

Subsidiaries: SafeCharge, Nuvei Technologies Inc., MORE

First Quantum Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based mining and metals company whose principal activities include mineral exploration, development and mining. Its main product is copper, which accounts for 80% of revenues as of 2016.

Stock price: FM (TSE) CA$28.05 +1.06 (+3.93%)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Number of employees: 20,000 (2021)

Founded: 1983

Subsidiaries: Minera Panamá S.A., Kansanshi Mining PLC, MORE

Shaw Communications Inc. is a Canadian telecommunications company which provides telephone, Internet, television, and mobile services. Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Shaw provides home telecommunications services primarily in Alberta and British Columbia and satellite television nationally.

Stock price: SJR.B (TSE) CA$37.38 -0.08 (-0.21%)

CEO: Bradley Shaw (17 Nov 2010–)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Founder: JR Shaw

Founded: 1966, Edmonton, Canada

Number of employees: 9,500 (2020)

Divisions: Shaw Broadcast Services, Shaw Direct

Subsidiaries: Freedom Mobile, Shaw Direct, Shaw Mobile, MORE

Hydro One Limited is an electricity transmission and distribution utility serving the Canadian province of Ontario. Hydro One traces its history to the early 20th century and the establishment of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario.

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: Mark Poweska (28 Mar 2019–)

Revenue: 599 crores CAD (2017)

Founded: 1906, Toronto, Canada

Net income: 68.2 crores CAD (2017)

Subsidiaries: Orillia Power Corporation, MORE

Parent organization: Hydro One

Teck Resources Limited, known as Teck Cominco until late 2008, is a diversified natural resources company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, that is engaged in mining and mineral development, including coal for the steelmaking industry, copper, zinc, and energy.

Stock price: TECK (NYSE) $26.53 +0.79 (+3.07%)

CEO: Donald R. Lindsay (27 Apr 2005–)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Founded: 1906

Number of employees: 10,700 (2018)

Divisions: Teck Metals Ltd. (Vancouver); Teck Cominco Peru S.A. (Lima); Minera Torre de Oro, S.A. de C.V. (Mexico)

Subsidiaries: Teck Highland Valley Copper Partnership, MORE

OpenText Corporation is a Canadian company that develops and sells enterprise information management software. OpenText, headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, is Canada’s largest software company as of 2014 and recognized as one of Canada’s top 100 employers 2016 by Mediacorp Canada Inc.

Stock price: OTEX (TSE) CA$60.61 +1.11 (+1.87%)

Revenue: 338.6 crores USD (2021)

CEO: Mark Barrenechea (2 Jan 2012–)

Headquarters: Waterloo, Canada

Number of employees: 14,307 (2021)

Founded: 1991

Subsidiaries: Exstream Software, GXS Inc., Webroot, MORE

Founders: Frank Tompa, Tim Bray, Gaston Gonnet

Dollarama is a Canadian dollar store retail chain headquartered in Montreal. Since 2009 it is Canada’s largest retailer of items for four dollars or less. Dollarama has over 1000 stores and has a presence in every province of Canada; Ontario has the most stores.

Stock price: DOL (TSE) CA$57.85 +1.82 (+3.25%)

CEO: Neil Rossy (1 May 2016–)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Founder: Larry Rossy

Founded: 1992

Number of locations: 1,368 (additional 700 new locations are planned to open between 2021-2031 as of April,2021, 2020)

Number of employees: Around 20,000 (2016)

Subsidiaries: Dollar City, Dollarama GP Inc, Dollarama Group Holdings L.P., 9148-7264 Quebec Inc.

Agnico Eagle Mines Limited is a Canadian-based gold producer with operations in Canada, Finland and Mexico and exploration and development activities extending to the United States. Agnico Eagle has full exposure to higher gold prices consistent with its policy of no-forward gold sales.

Stock price: AEM (NYSE) $49.21 +0.75 (+1.55%)

Revenue: 287.5 crores USD (2016)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

President: Ammar Al-Joundi

Founded: 1953

Number of employees: 8,400 (Jan 2018)

Subsidiaries: Canadian Malartic Corporation, MORE

Executives: Jani Lösönen, Keith Harris-Lowe, Brian Christie, MORE

GFL Environmental Inc. is a waste management company with headquarters in Toronto, Canada. GFL operates in all provinces in Canada, and currently employs more than 8,850 people. The company provides environmental services to municipal, residential, commercial, industrial and institutional customers.

Headquarters: Vaughan, Canada

Stock price: GFL (TSE) CA$48.01 +0.15 (+0.31%)

Founder: Patrick Dovigi

Founded: 2007

President: Patrick Dovigi

Subsidiaries: Waste Industries, WCA Waste Corporation, MORE

Metro Inc. is a Canadian food retailer operating in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. The company is based in Montreal, Quebec with head office at 11011 Boulevard Maurice-Duplessis. Metro is the third largest grocer in Canada, after Loblaw Companies Limited and Sobeys.

Stock price: MRU (TSE) CA$63.02 +0.16 (+0.25%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

CEO: Eric Richer La Flèche (1 Apr 2008–)

Founder: Rolland Jeanneau

Founded: 22 December 1947

Number of employees: 90,000 (2020)

Area served: Ontario

Subsidiaries: Super C, Food Basics, Jean Coutu Group, Brunet, MORE

Tourmaline Oil Corp. is an intermediate crude oil and natural gas exploration and production company. The Company is focused on long-term growth through an aggressive exploration, development, production and acquisition program in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.

Stock price: TOU (TSE) CA$40.37 -0.63 (-1.54%)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Founded: 2008

Subsidiaries: Topaz Energy, Black Swan Energy Ltd., MORE

Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited is a financial holding company based in Toronto, Ontario, which is engaged in property, casualty, insurance and reinsurance, investment management, and insurance claims management.

Stock price: FFH (TSE) CA$584.50 +12.12 (+2.12%)

CEO: Prem Watsa (1985–)

Founder: Prem Watsa

Founded: 1951

CFO: Jennifer Allen

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Revenue: 1,979.4 crores USD (Fiscal Year Ended 31 December 2020)

Subsidiaries: Thomas Cook India, BRIT, Toys“R”Us Canada, MORE

Emera Incorporated is a publicly traded Canadian multinational energy holding company based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Stock price: EMA (TSE) CA$59.72 +0.57 (+0.96%)

Founded: 1998

CEO: Scott C. Balfour (29 Mar 2018–)

Number of employees: 7,500 (2018)

Headquarters: Nova Scotia, Canada

Revenue: 650 crores CAD (2018)

Total assets: 3,220 crores CAD (2018)

Subsidiaries: Nova Scotia Power, TECO Energy, Emera Maine, MORE

Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. is a growing gold producer operating in Canada and Australia that produced 974,615 ounces in 2019, with target production for 2020 of 1,350,000 – 1,400,000 ounces.

Stock price: KL (TSE) CA$49.69 +0.48 (+0.98%)

CEO: Anthony P. Makuch (2016–)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Subsidiaries: Detour Gold, St Andrew Goldfields, MORE

Cameco Corporation is the world’s largest publicly traded uranium company, based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. In 2015, it was the world’s second largest uranium producer, accounting for 18% of world production.

Stock price: CCJ (NYSE) $22.11 +0.16 (+0.73%)

Headquarters: Saskatoon, Canada

CEO: Timothy S. Gitzel (1 Jul 2011–)

Founded: 1988

Number of employees: 3,300 Globally (2010)

Subsidiaries: Key Lake, Nukem Energy, Cameco Australia Pty Ltd., MORE

CAE Inc. is a Canadian manufacturer of simulation technologies, modelling technologies and training services to airlines, aircraft manufacturers, healthcare specialists, and defence customers. CAE was founded in 1947, and has manufacturing operations and training facilities in 35 countries.

Stock price: CAE (TSE) CA$30.73 +0.91 (+3.05%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

CEO: Marc Parent (Aug 2009–)

Founded: 1947, Saint-Hubert, Longueuil, Canada

Number of employees: 10,000 (2019)

Divisions: Civil Aviation Training Solutions, Defence & Security, CAE Healthcare

Subsidiaries: CAE Healthcare, Inc., RosterBuster B.V., MORE

TFI International Inc. is a Canadian transport and logistics company based in Saint-Laurent, Quebec, a borough of Montreal. It operates primarily in Canada, the United States, and Mexico through 4 business segments: less than truckload, package and courier, logistics, and truckload.

Stock price: TFII (TSE) CA$134.04 +1.41 (+1.06%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Revenue: 348.4 crores USD (2020)

Founded: 1957, Cabano, Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac, Canada

Number of employees: 16,753 (2020)

Net income: 27.5 crores USD (2020)

Total assets: 384.9 crores USD (2020)

Subsidiaries: TForce Freight, Contract Freighters, Inc., MORE

Lightspeed Commerce is a point-of-sale and e-commerce software provider based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was founded in 2005 by Dax da Silva who also serves as the CEO of the company. It has offices in Montreal, New York, Ottawa, Santa Cruz, Toronto and Amsterdam.

Stock price: LSPD (TSE) CA$59.28 +2.34 (+4.11%)

Headquarters: Canada

Revenue: 22.17 crores USD (2021)

CEO: Dax Dasilva (Mar 2005–)

Founded: 2005, Montreal, Canada

Number of employees: 2,000

President: JP Chauvet

Subsidiaries: Lightspeed Restaurant, Kounta, Vend, iKentoo SA, MORE

Saputo Inc. is a Montreal-based Canadian dairy company founded in 1954 by the Saputo family. Saputo produces, markets, and distributes a wide array of dairy products, including cheese, fluid milk, extended shelf-life milk and cream products, cultured products and dairy ingredients.

Stock price: SAP (TSE) CA$28.14 +0.24 (+0.86%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Revenue: 1,429.4 crores CAD (2021)

CEO: Lino A. Saputo (2004–)

Founder: Lino Saputo

Founded: 1954, Montreal, Canada

Number of employees: 18,000 (as at November 4, 2021)

Subsidiaries: Saputo Dairy Australia Pty Ltd., MORE

Bausch Health Companies Inc. is a multinational specialty pharmaceutical company based in Laval, Quebec, Canada. It develops, manufactures and markets pharmaceutical products and branded generic drugs, primarily for skin diseases, gastrointestinal disorders, eye health and neurology. Wikipedia

CEO: Joseph C. Papa (May 2016–)

Headquarters: Laval, Canada

Revenue: 860.1 crores USD (2019)

Founder: Milan Panić

Founded: 1959

Total assets: 3,386.3 crores USD (2019)

Subsidiaries: Bausch + Lomb, Salix Pharmaceuticals, MORE

TELUS International is a provider of multilingual digital customer experience and digital IT solutions to global clients. Clients include corporations in technology & games, communications & media, eCommerce & fintech, travel & hospitality, and healthcare industries.

Stock price: TIXT (TSE) CA$42.44 +0.33 (+0.78%)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Founded: 2005

Number of employees: 58,000

Key people: Jeffrey Puritt (President & CEO)

Subsidiaries: Competence Call Center, MORE

Parent organization: Telus Corporation

Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. is a Canadian renewable energy and regulated utility conglomerate with assets across North America.

Stock price: AQN (TSE) CA$17.67 +0.30 (+1.73%)

CEO: Ian E. Robertson (1997–)

Headquarters: Oakville, Canada

Founded: 1988

Number of employees: 3,400 (2020)

Subsidiaries: Liberty Power, Empire District Electric Company, MORE

West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. is a Canadian forestry company that produces lumber, LVL, MDF, plywood, pulp, newsprint, and wood chips based in Quesnel BC, Canada. West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. is a member of the Forest Products Association of Canada.

Stock price: WFG (TSE) CA$109.67 +0.21 (+0.19%)

Headquarters: Quesnel, Canada

CEO: Ray Ferris (1 Jul 2019–)

Founded: 1955, Quesnel, Canada

Number of employees: 8,600 (2018)

President: Edward R. Seraphim

Subsidiaries: Norbord Inc., West Fraser, Inc., West Fraser LVL, MORE

For over two decades, FirstService Corporation has been a trusted North American leader in essential outsourced property services.

Stock price: FSV (TSE) CA$245.70 +1.82 (+0.75%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: D. Scott Patterson (1 Jun 2015–)

Founded: 1989, Toronto, Canada

President: D. Scott Patterson

Subsidiaries: Firstservice Residential Management, Inc., MORE

Empire Company Limited is a Canadian conglomerate engaged mostly in food retail and corporate investments. The company is headquartered in Stellarton, Nova Scotia. Empire Company also owns the Sobeys supermarket chain. The company was founded in 1963.

Stock price: EMP.A (TSE) CA$38.09 +0.41 (+1.09%)

Brands: Compliments

CEO: Michael B. Medline (Jan 2017–)

Headquarters: Stellarton, Canada

Founder: Frank H. Sobey

Founded: 1963

Number of locations: 1500 stores, 350 retail fuel(2020)

Subsidiaries: Sobeys, Farm Boy, Longo’s, Crombie REIT, MORE

Gildan Activewear Inc. is an American and Canadian manufacturer of branded clothing, including undecorated blank activewear such as t-shirts, sport shirts and fleeces, which are subsequently decorated by screen printing companies with designs and logos.

Stock price: GIL (NYSE) $40.96 +0.78 (+1.94%)

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Founded: 8 May 1984

Number of employees: 42,000 (2015)

Subsidiaries: Barry T. Chouinard, A and G, Inc., PEDS Legwear, MORE

Presidents: Glenn J. Chamandy, Rhodri J. Harries

Kinross Gold Corporation is a Canadian-based gold and silver mining company founded in 1993 and headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Kinross currently operates seven active gold mines, and was ranked fifth of the “10 Top Gold-mining Companies” of 2019 by InvestingNews.

Stock price: KGC (NYSE) $5.94 +0.10 (+1.71%)

CEO: J. Paul Rollinson (1 Aug 2012–)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Revenue: 330.3 crores USD (2017)

Founder: Robert Buchan

Founded: 1993

Subsidiaries: Kinross Brasil Mineração S.A., Red Back Mining, MORE

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, or simply Ritchie Bros., is industrial asset disposition & management company, selling heavy industrial equipment and trucks through live and online auctions, and other transactional channels.

Stock price: RBA (NYSE) $69.56 +0.99 (+1.44%)

Customer service: 00 1 778-331-5939

CEO: Ann Fandozzi (2020–)

Headquarters: Burnaby, Canada

Founded: 1958, Kelowna, Canada

Number of employees: 2,200+

Subsidiaries: IronPlanet, SalvageSale, GOVPlanet, MORE

Canadian Utilities Limited is a member of the ATCO Group of companies. Canadian Utilities Limited is a Canada-based worldwide organization of companies with assets of approximately $7.3 billion and more than 6,500 employees in three main business divisions: power generation, utilities, and global enterprises.

Stock price: CU (TSE) CA$35.34 +0.43 (+1.23%)

Founded: 1927

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 7,263 (2008)

Subsidiaries: ATCO Electric, CU, Alberta PowerLine, MORE

Parent organization: ATCO

The Descartes Systems Group Inc. is a Canadian multinational technology company specializing in logistics software, supply chain management software, and cloud-based services for logistics businesses.

Stock price: DSG (TSE) CA$98.51 +0.07 (+0.07%)

Revenue: 32.58 crores USD (2020)

Headquarters: Waterloo, Canada

Key people: Edward J. Ryan, CEO; J. Scott Pagan, President and COO; Allan Brett, CFO

Founded: 22 May 1981

Net income: 3.7 crores USD (2020)

Total assets: 94.26 crores USD (2020)

Subsidiaries: Datamyne, MacroPoint, LLC, MORE

Bombardier Recreational Products Inc., operating as BRP, is a Canadian manufacturer of snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, and personal watercraft.

Stock price: DOO (TSE) CA$100.72 +3.39 (+3.48%)

Owners: > Bombardier-Beaudoin family; Bain Capital; Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec

Headquarters: Valcourt

CEO: Jose Boisjoli (18 Dec 2003–)

Founded: 2003

Number of employees: 10,500 (via, 2018)

Subsidiaries: BRP-Rotax GmbH & Co. KG, Alumacraft Boat Co, MORE

ARC Resources is a Canadian oil and gas producer based in Calgary, Alberta, the second largest Canadian oil and gas trust as of 2010.

Stock price: ARX (TSE) CA$11.03 +0.06 (+0.55%)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 500 (2019)

Founded: 1996

Subsidiaries: Seven Generations Energy Ltd, ARC Resources Company SA, Orion Energy Trust, Storm Exploration Inc.

Inter Pipeline Ltd. is a multinational petroleum transportation and infrastructure limited partnership that is ranked among North America’s leading natural gas and NGL’s extraction businesses. It is one of Alberta’s top 100 companies in terms of profit and assets.

CEO: Christian P. Bayle

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 659 (Dec 2012)

SVP: James J. Madro

Founded: 27 November 1997

Subsidiaries: Inter Terminals Ltd, Inter Pipeline (Corridor) Inc., MORE

VPs: Jeremy A. Roberge, John H. Kousinioris, Bernard Perron, Cory W. Neufeld, David Chappell, Richard Sawyer

Colliers is a Canada-based diversified professional services and investment management company with approximately 15,000 employees in more than 400 offices in 68 countries.

CEO: Jay S. Hennick (17 Jun 2015–)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Founded: 1976, Australia

Number of employees: 15,000+

Type of business: Publicly listed company

BlackBerry Limited is a Canadian cybersecurity company specializing in enterprise critical event management solutions, endpoint protection, and securing the Internet of things by using artificial intelligence and machine learning against cyberthreats.

Stock price: BB (NYSE) $9.03 +0.09 (+1.01%)

Founded: 7 March 1984, Waterloo, Canada

CEO: John S. Chen (4 Nov 2013–)

Headquarters: Waterloo, Canada

Subsidiaries: Cylance, BlackBerry AtHoc, Secusmart GmbH, MORE

Founders: Mike Lazaridis, Douglas Fregin

Presidents: Sandeep Chennakeshu (President, BlackBerry Technology Solutions), Guy Miasnik

Stantec Inc. is an international professional services company in the design and consulting industry. Founded in 1954, as D. R. Stanley Associates in Edmonton, Alberta.

Stock price: STN (TSE) CA$71.20 +1.57 (+2.25%)

Headquarters: Edmonton, Canada

CEO: Gord Johnston (1 Jan 2018–)

Founder: Don Stanley

Founded: 1954

Number of employees: 22,000 (2019)

Number of locations: 400

Subsidiaries: MWH Global, Peter Brett Associates LLP, MORE

TMX Group Limited is a Canadian financial services company that operates equities, fixed income, derivatives, and energy markets exchanges.

Stock price: X (TSE) CA$124.51 +0.58 (+0.47%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

CEO: John McKenzie (10 Jan 2020–)

Founded: 1 May 2008, Toronto, Canada

Number of employees: 1,400 (2014)

Divisions: Toronto Stock Exchange; TSX Venture Exchange; Montreal Exchange; Boston Options Exchange

Subsidiaries: Trayport Limited, MORE

Air Canada is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada by fleet size and passengers carried. Air Canada maintains its headquarters in the borough of Saint-Laurent in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Customer service: 1800 102 8182

Stock price: AC (TSE) CA$21.52 +0.69 (+3.31%)

Bag information: In economy, within North America, prices vary by itinerary. To other destinations, 1st bag free. More Air Canada bag information

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

CEO: Michael Rousseau (Feb 2021–)

Alliance: Star Alliance

Founded: 11 April 1936, Ottawa, Canada

Subsidiaries: Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada Cargo, MORE

Tilray is a Canadian pharmaceutical and cannabis company, incorporated in the United States with primary operations headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Tilray also has operations in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Portugal, and Latin America.

Stock price: TLRY (NASDAQ) $9.15 +0.20 (+2.23%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Founded: 2013

Number of employees: 1,030 (2020)

Subsidiaries: Aphria, High Park Holdings Ltd., MORE

CEO: Irwin D.Simon (May 2021–), Brendan Kennedy (Jan 2018–15 Dec 2021)

Founders: Brendan Kennedy, Michael Blue, Christian Groh

AltaGas is a North American energy infrastructure company based in Calgary, Alberta. The company operates in four business segments: utilities, midstream, power and corporate.

Stock price: ALA (TSE) CA$24.81 +0.31 (+1.27%)

CEO: Randy Crawford (10 Dec 2018–)

Revenue: 550 crores CAD (2019)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 2,801

Founded: 1 April 1994

Net income: 84 crores CAD (2019)

Subsidiaries: WGL Holdings, SEMCO Energy, Inc., MORE

Pan American Silver Corporation is a mining company based in Canada with operations in Latin America. The company has mines and other projects in Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina.

Stock price: PAAS (NASDAQ) $24.13 +0.42 (+1.77%)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Number of employees: 7,300

Founded: 1994

Subsidiaries: Pan American Silver Peru S.A.C., MORE

Canopy Growth Corporation, formerly Tweed Marijuana Inc., is a cannabis company based in Smiths Falls, Ontario. Tweed was founded by Bruce Linton and Chuck Rifici in 2013, and renamed Canopy Growth Corporation in 2015 after a merger with Bedrocan Canada.

Stock price: WEED (TSE) CA$12.95 +0.10 (+0.78%)

Revenue: 60.7 crores CAD (2021)

CEO: David Klein (14 Jan 2020–)

Founder: Bruce Linton

Founded: 2013

Headquarters: Smiths Falls, Canada

Number of employees: 2,000+

Subsidiaries: BioSteel, Tokyo Smoke, Spectrum Therapeutics, MORE

Keyera is one of the largest midstream oil and gas operators in Canada. The company services oil and gas producers in Western Canada and transports natural gas liquids such as propane, ethane, butane, condensate and iso-octane to markets throughout North America.

Stock price: KEY (TSE) CA$27.75 +0.38 (+1.39%)

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Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Number of employees: 900 (March 2015)

Founded: 1998

Subsidiaries: Keyera Partnership, Alberta Envirofuels, Inc., MORE

Canada Goose Holdings Inc. is a Canadian holding company of winter clothing manufacturers. The company was founded in 1957 by Sam Tick, under the name Metro Sportswear Ltd.

Stock price: GOOS (TSE) CA$47.80 +0.88 (+1.88%)

Owner: Bain Capital and others

CEO: Dani Reiss (2001–)

Founder: Sam Tick

Founded: 1957, Toronto, Canada

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Number of employees: 1,000

Ballard Power Systems Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of proton exchange membrane fuel cell products for markets such as heavy-duty motive, portable power, material handling as well as engineering services. Ballard has designed and shipped over 400 MW of fuel cell products to date.

Stock price: BLDP (NASDAQ) $13.57 +0.34 (+2.57%)

Headquarters: Burnaby, Canada

CEO: Randall MacEwen (6 Oct 2014–)

Founder: Geoffrey Ballard

Founded: 1979

Number of employees: 630 (Dec 2017)

President: Randall MacEwen

Subsidiaries: Ballard Fuel Cell Systems Inc, MORE

CI Financial is the largest investment management firm by assets under management in Canada.[2] Based in Toronto, Ontario, it offers investment management and wealth management services targeted to high net worth retail investors, as well as brokerage and trading services to portfolio managers and institutional investors

Stock price: CIX (TSE) CA$28.08 +0.60 (+2.18%)

CEO: Kurt MacAlpine (1 Sept 2019–)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Founded: 1965

Subsidiaries: CI Global Asset Management, MORE

Element Fleet Management is a fleet management company, providing fleet services and solutions for cars, light-duty vehicles, trucks, and MHE equipment.

Stock price: EFN (TSE) CA$12.71 +0.21 (+1.68%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Founded: 2007

Subsidiaries: Element Financial Corp., MORE

B2Gold Corporation is a Canadian mining company that owns and operates gold mines in Mali, Namibia and the Philippines.

Stock price: BTO (TSE) CA$4.81 +0.03 (+0.63%)

CEO: Clive Thomas Johnson

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Founded: 2007

Key people: Clive T. Johnson (President and CEO, 2007-current)

Subsidiaries: Fekola S.A, B2Gold Namibia (Pty) Ltd, MORE

Parkland Corporation is a Canadian convenience store operator and independent fuel retailing company based in Calgary, Alberta. Its subsidiaries include several gas station chains, including Pioneer, Fas Gas Plus and Ultramar, as well as several commercial fuel distribution operations.

Stock price: PKI (TSE) CA$34.18 +0.09 (+0.26%)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Founded: 1977

Subsidiaries: Ultramar, Parkland USA, Pioneer Energy, MORE

Executives: Robert B. Espey, Douglas S. Haugh, Marcel Teunissen, Ferio Pugliese, Christy Elliott, Darren Smart, Ian White

Lithium Americas Corp. (TSX: LAC, NYSE: LAC) is advancing the Cauchari-Olaroz lithium brine project in Jujuy, Argentina and Thacker Pass lithium project in Nevada, USA to production. Lithium Americas is a Canadian-based company listed on both the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol “LAC”.

Stock price: LAC (TSE) CA$41.71 +1.42 (+3.52%)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Founded: 2007

Subsidiaries: Lithium Nevada Corp., RheoMinerals Inc., MORE

Yamana Gold Inc. is a Canadian company that owns and operates gold, silver and copper mines in Canada, Chile, Brazil and Argentina.

Stock price: AUY (NYSE) $3.94 +0.02 (+0.51%)

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Number of employees: 5,372

Founded: 17 March 1994

Subsidiaries: Canadian Malartic Corporation, MORE

AbCellera is a Vancouver, British Columbia-based biotechnology firm that researches and develops human antibodies. The company is best known for its leading role in the Pandemic Prevention Platform, a project of DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office.

Stock price: ABCL (NASDAQ) $13.50 -0.52 (-3.71%)

CEO: Carl Hansen

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Founded: 2012

Subsidiaries: TetraGenetics, Inc., Trianni, Inc., Lineage Biosciences, Inc.

Aurinia Pharmaceuticals is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing therapies to treat targeted patient populations that are suffering from serious diseases with a high unmet medical need.

Stock price: AUPH (NASDAQ) $19.15 +0.48 (+2.57%)

Headquarters: Victoria, Canada

Founded: 2012

Atlas Corp is located in Vancouver, BC, Canada and is part of the Deep Sea, Coastal, and Great Lakes Water Transportation Industry. Atlas Corp has 1 total employees across all of its locations and generates $213,392 in sales (USD). (Sales figure is modelled). There are 4 companies in the Atlas Corp corporate family.

ATCO Ltd., operating as the ATCO Group, is a publicly-traded Canadian engineering, logistics and energy holding company based in Calgary, Alberta. ATCO’s subsidiaries include electric utilities, natural gas production and distribution companies, and construction companies.

Stock price: ACO.X (TSE) CA$42.38 +0.26 (+0.62%)

CEO: Nancy Southern (1 Jan 2003–)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Founder: Ron Southern

Founded: 1947

Number of employees: 6,500 (2020)

Subsidiaries: ATCO Electric, Canadian Utilities, Atco Pipelines, MORE

SSR Mining, formerly Silver Standard Resources is a Vancouver and Denver based gold, silver, zinc and tin producer that owns the largest silver mine in Argentina. In addition it engages in exploration activity throughout the America’s and Australia.

Stock price: SSRM (NASDAQ) $17.51 +0.24 (+1.39%)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Total assets: 82.88 crores USD

Founded: 1946

Subsidiaries: ALACER GOLD CORP, Claude Resources, Inc., MORE

Whitecap is an oil weighted growth company that pays a monthly cash dividend to its shareholders while being recognized for storing more CO2 annually than we emit corporately.

Stock price: WCP (TSE) CA$7.44 +0.43 (+6.13%)

Headquarters: Calgary, Canada

Founded: 2001

Subsidiaries: TORC OIL AND GAS LTD, NAL Resources Limited, MORE

Norbord Inc. was a Canadian company that manufactured wood-based panels and became the world’s largest producer of oriented strand board. In addition to OSB, Norbord manufactured particleboard, medium-density fibreboard and related value-added products.

Headquarters: Toronto, Canada

Founded: 1987

Number of employees: 2,700

Predecessor: Noranda

Defunct: 1 February 2021

Parent organization: West Fraser Timber

Subsidiaries: Ainsworth Lumber, Norbord Industries Inc., MORE

Methanex Corporation is a Canadian company that supplies, distributes and markets methanol worldwide. Methanex is the world’s largest producer and supplier of methanol to major international markets in North and South America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

Stock price: MEOH (NASDAQ) $40.82 +1.04 (+2.61%)

Headquarters: Vancouver, Canada

Founded: 1968

Subsidiaries: Egyptian Methanex Methanol Company S.A.E., MORE