List of largest public companies in Canada by profit

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This is a list of the 100 largest public companies in Canada by profit as of 2013.

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Rank Rank Change Company Profit (1,000's CAD unless otherwise noted) Headquarters
1 Increase 2 Royal Bank of Canada 7,442,000 Montreal & Toronto
2 Steady Bank of Nova Scotia 6,466,000 Toronto
3 Decrease 2 Toronto-Dominion Bank 6,367,000 Toronto
4 Increase 3 Bank of Montreal 4,115,000 Montreal & Toronto
5 Increase 1 Imperial Oil 3,766,000 Calgary
6 Increase 2 CIBC 3,339,000 Toronto
7 Decrease 2 Suncor Energy 2,783,000 Calgary
8 Increase 5 BCE Inc. 2,763,000 Montreal
9 Increase 3 Canadian National Railway 2,680,000 Montreal
10 Decrease 2 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan 2,668,000[1] Saskatoon
11 Increase 987 The Woodbridge Company 2,070,000[1] Toronto
12 Increase 2 Husky Energy 2,022,000 Calgary
13 Increase 2 Great-West Lifeco 1,930,000 Winnipeg
14 Decrease 3 Canadian Natural Resources 1,892,000 Calgary
15 Increase 35 First Quantum Minerals 1,772,900[1] Vancouver
16 Increase 1 Goldcorp Inc. 1,749,000[1] Vancouver
17 Increase 123 Manulife Financial 1,736,000 Toronto
18 Increase 3 Rogers Communications 1,700,000 Toronto
19 Increase 966 Sun Life Financial 1,674,000 Toronto
20 Decrease 2 Power Financial 1,626,000 Montreal
21 Increase 7 National Bank of Canada 1,561,000 Montreal
22 Increase 2 Agrium Inc. 1,494,000[1] Calgary
23 Increase 10 Magna International 1,433,000[1] Aurora, Ontario
24 Decrease 8 Brookfield Asset Management 1,380,000[1] Toronto
25 Decrease 3 TransCanada Pipelines 1,360,000 Calgary
26 Decrease 6 TransCanada Corporation 1,354,000 Calgary
27 Increase 10 RioCan REIT 1,344,000 Toronto
28 Decrease 1 Telus Corporation 1,318,000 Burnaby
29 Decrease 10 Brookfield Office Properties 1,287,000[1] Toronto
30 Decrease 7 Cenovus Energy 993,000 Calgary
31 Decrease 1 Canadian Oil Sands 981,000 Calgary
32 Increase 84 Calloway REIT 898,392 Vaughan
33 Decrease 2 Power Corporation of Canada 832,000 Montreal
34 Decrease 24 Teck Resources 811,000 Vancouver
35 Steady IGM Financial 770,984 Winnipeg
36 Increase 6 HSBC Bank Canada 751,000 Vancouver
37 Increase 21 Shaw Communications 728,000 Calgary
38 Decrease 4 Enbridge Inc. 715,000 Calgary
39 Decrease 13 Boardwalk REIT 688,514 Calgary
40 Decrease 1 Loblaw Companies 650,000 Brampton
41 Increase 3 Shoppers Drug Mart 608,481 Toronto
42 Decrease 6 Bombardier Inc. 588,000[1] Valcourt, Quebec
43 Increase 14 Intact Financial 587,000 Toronto
44 Increase 3 Silver Wheaton 586,036[1] Vancouver
45 Increase 8 Canadian Utilities 580,000 Calgary
46 Increase 48 Jean Coutu Group 558,400 Longueuil
47 Increase 185 Fairfax Financial Holdings 532,400[1] Toronto
48 Decrease 1 Pacific Rubiales Energy 527,729[1] Toronto
49 Increase 7 Canadian Tire Corporation 499,200 Toronto
50 Increase 878 H&R REIT 498,804 Toronto
51 Decrease 7 George Weston Limited 486,000 Toronto
52 Decrease 6 Canadian Pacific Railway 484,000 Calgary
53 Increase 11 Metro Inc. 481,800 Montreal
54 Increase 878 E-L Financial Corporation 472,741 Toronto
55 Increase 22 Genworth MI Canada 470,422 Oakville, Ontario

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l USD

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