Stocks listed in Canada

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Pembina Pipeline (PPL)

Industry: Oil & Gas
Market Cap: C$ 24.2 Billion

Pembina Pipeline Corporation is an energy company engaged in the transportation, storage, and delivery of oil and natural gas. Primarily operating in Western Canada, Pembina Pipeline operates through conventional oil infrastructure, oil sands and heavy oil infrastructure, as well as storage and marketing.

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Imperial Oil (IMO)

Industry: Oil & Gas
Market Cap: C$ 24.1 Billion

Imperial Oil Limited is one of Canada’s largest integrated oil company, majority-owned by Exxon Mobil Corp. A leading producer of crude oil, diluted bitumen, and natural gas, Imperial Oil Limited is the largest petroleum refiner in Canada, a key producer of petrochemicals and also engaged in marketing, supply, and retail of petroleum products across Canada.

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Restaurant Brands International (QSR)

Industry: Restaurants
Market Cap: C$ 25.6 Billion

Restaurant Brands International Inc., RBI, is a multinational fast food holding company majority-owned by the Brazilian investment company 3G Capital; it is the world’s fifth-largest operator of fast-food restaurants. Formed by the merger between the American fast-food chain Burger King and the Canadian coffee shop and restaurant chain Tim Hortons, RBI also purchased and retails through the fast-food chain Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen.

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Loblaw Companies Limited (L)

Industry: Retail
Market Cap: C$ 26 Billion

Loblaw Companies Limited is the largest food and pharmacy retailer in Canada. Loblaw operates a range of supermarkets and stores specialized in food, pharmacy, finance, and apparel. It also owns several brands for consumer packaged goods, household and health products including President’s Choice, No Name and Life Brand.

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Great-West Lifeco (GWO)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 26.2 Billion

Great-West Lifeco is a financial holding corporation primarily engaged in insurance in the USA and Canada, Europe and Asia. It offers a range of insurance products through its subsidiaries, The Great-West Life Assurance Company, Great West Life & Annuities Financial Inc. Great-West Lifeco is also involved in insurance and other financial operations through other subsidiaries, including and London Life and Putnam Investments.

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CGI Group (GIB.A)

Industry: Information Technology
Market Cap: C$ 27.4 Billion

CGI Group Inc., commonly known as CGI, is a multinational information technology company involved in consulting, systems integration, outsourcing and other IT solutions across many industries and markets, and especially in financial services.

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Telus (T)

Industry: Telecommunications
Market Cap: C$ 28.4 Billion

Telus Corporation is a telecommunications company offering a range of products and services including internet access, voice, entertainment, healthcare, video, and IPTV television.

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Waste Connections (WCN)

Industry: Utilities
Market Cap: C$ 31.2 Billion

Waste Connections, Inc. is an integrated waste services company engaged in solid waste collection, transfer, disposal, and recycling services. With operations in both Canada and the United States, Waste Connections is one of the largest waste management company in North America.

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Sun Life Financial (SLF)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 31.2 Billion

Founded in 1865, Sun Life Financial Inc. is an insurance and financial services company. Primarily involved in life insurance, Sun Life is also operating in investment management in Canada, the United States and in some countries of Asia.

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Rogers Communications (RCI.B)

Industry: Telecommunications
Market Cap: C$ 33.8 Billion

Rogers Communications Inc. is a communications and media company. Evolved from a company founded in 1925, Rogers Communications is engaged in wireless communications, cable television, telephone, and Internet connectivity.

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Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ)

Industry: Oil & Gas
Market Cap: C$ 35.8 Billion

Canadian Natural Resources Limited, also known as CNRL or Canadian Natural, is a company engaged in oil and gas exploration, development and production. One of the world’s largest independent crude oil and natural gas producers, CNRL operated in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, the North Sea, and offshore West Africa.

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Nutrien (NTR)

Industry: Materials
Market Cap: C$ 36.6 Billion

Nutrien is a fertilizer company producing and retailing potash, nitrogen and phosphate products for agricultural, industrial and feed customers worldwide. It is the world’s largest producer of potash and the second-largest producer of nitrogen fertilizer.

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Manulife Financial (MFC)

Industry: Insurance
Market Cap: C$ 42.4 Billion

Manulife Financial Corporation is a multinational insurance and financial services company. Operating in Canada and Asia as Manulife, the company primarily operates in the United States through its subsidiary, John Hancock Financial. Manulife Financial Corporation also fully owns the Manulife Bank of Canada.

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Newmont Goldcorp (NGT)

Industry: Mining
Market Cap: C$ 42.7 Billion

Newmont Goldcorp Corporation is a mining company. Tracing its origins to 1916, Newmont Goldcorp is the result of the merger acquisition of the Canadian company Goldcorp by the American company Newmont. The resulting Newmont Goldcorp is the world’s largest producer of gold, directly or through its subsidiaries, with mines in Nevada, Australia, Ghana, Peru, and Suriname. It also has large productions of copper and silver.

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Canadian Pacific Railway (CP)

Industry: Transports
Market Cap: C$ 43.1 Billion

Founded in 1881, the Canadian Pacific Railway, also known as CP, is a railroad company owning about 20,000 kilometers (12,500 miles) of track across Canada and in the United States, also providing associated transportation services.

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Thomson Reuters (TRI)

Industry: Media
Market Cap: C$ 43.8 Billion

Thomson Reuters Corporation is a multinational mass media and information company, majority-owned by The Woodbridge Company. Evolved from a company founded in 1934, Thomson Reuters has become a world-leading provider of news, information, and tools for professionals, operating in more than 100 countries.

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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 44.5 Billion

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, commonly known as CIBC, is one of the largest banks in Canada, involved in retail and business banking, wealth management and capital markets. CIBC has developed operations in the United States, the Caribbean, Asia, and Europe.

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Barrick Gold (ABX)

Industry: Materials
Market Cap: C$ 44.6 Billion

The largest gold mining company in the world, Barrick Gold Corporation is operating in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Saudi Arabia, the United States, and Zambia.

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Alimentation Couche-Tard (ATD.B)

Industry: Retail
Market Cap: C$ 44.8 Billion

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., or more commonly Couche-Tard, is a convenience store operating company. With 15,000 stores across Canada, the United States, Europe, Mexico, Japan, China, and Indonesia, Couche-Tard primarily operates under its brands Couche-Tard, Mac’s, Circle K, On the Run, as well as with affiliated brands 7-jours, Dairy Mart, Daisy Mart, and Winks.

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Industry: Telecommunications
Market Cap: C$ 55.2 Billion

BCE Inc., formerly Bell Canada Enterprises, is a telecommunications and mass media holding company for the Bell Canada corporate group. Besides its telecommunications and media arms, Bell Canada and Bell Media, BCE is also involved in sports with participations in Montreal Canadiens ice hockey club and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment and owns several other local telecommunications companies.

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Shopify (SHOP)

Industry: Technology
Market Cap: C$ 57.2 Billion

Shopify is an e-commerce company providing an e-commerce platform for online stores and retail point-of-sale systems. Founded in 2004, Shopify offers a range of services including payments, marketing, shipping and customer engagement tools to more than 800,000 businesses in approximately 175 countries.

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Suncor Energy (SU)

Industry: Oil & Gas
Market Cap: C$ 57.7 Billion

Suncor Energy is an integrated multinational energy company specializing in the production of synthetic crude from oil sands. Founded in 1919, Suncor has become the world-leading producer of bitumen, also producing, refining and retailing conventional oil, heavy crude oil, and natural gas.

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Bank of Montreal (BMO)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 58.8 Billion

The oldest bank in Canada, founded in 1817, the Bank of Montreal is a banking and financial services corporation. Operating in commercial banking as BMO Bank of Montreal in Canada, the company is also engaged in the United States, especially in the Chicago area, where it operates as BMO Harris Bank. BMO also conducts activities of corporate banking and wealth management.

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TC Energy (TRP)

Industry: Oil & Gas
Market Cap: C$ 59.7 Billion

TC Energy Corporation is an energy company operating natural gas and liquids pipelines and power generation plants. TC Energy’s gas pipelines, the company’s largest segment, transport more than 25% of North American natural gas demand, in Canada, the United States, and Mexico.

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Brookfield Asset Management (BAM.A)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 66.9 Billion

Brookfield Asset Management Inc. is an alternative asset management company engaged in real estate, renewable power, infrastructure, and private equity. Beyond Canada, Brookfield Asset Management has also opened offices in New York City, London, Rio de Janeiro and Sydney.

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Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 81.8 Billion

Operating as Scotiabank, the Bank of Nova Scotia is a multinational bank. Founded in 1832, the Bank of Nova Scotia has become “the most international bank of Canada” through its acquisitions in more than fifty countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe and parts of Asia.

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Canadian National (CNR)

Industry: Transports
Market Cap: C$ 85.8 Billion

Canadian National Railway Corporation, more simply known as CN, is a freight railway company serving Canada and the Midwestern and Southern United States. Founded in 1919, CN has developed its network of freight transport for raw materials, intermediate and finished goods beyond the rail to trucking and shipping.

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Enbridge (ENB)

Industry: Oil & Gas
Market Cap: C$ 87.7 Billion

Enbridge Inc. is a multinational energy company focusing on the transportation, distribution, and generation of energy, primarily in Canada and the United States. Enbridge notably operates the longest crude oil and liquid hydrocarbons pipeline transportation system in North America and the largest natural gas distribution network, servicing Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and New York State.

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Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 131 Billion

Operating as TD Bank Group, more commonly known as TD, the Toronto–Dominion Bank is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services company. Proceeding from the merger of two banks founded in the 19th century, TD Bank has become one of the largest banks in Canada, also very present in the Eastern United States.

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Royal Bank of Canada (RY)

Industry: Financials
Market Cap: C$ 140 Billion

The largest bank in Canada by market capitalization, the Royal Bank of Canada – RBC – is a multinational banking and financial services corporation. Founded in 1882, RBC is engaged in commercial banking, investment banking and insurance throughout Canada; it has also developed branches in the United States as well as in seventeen Caribbean countries.

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Total Market Cap: $2.3 Trillion

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