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This table shows how the largest Canadian equity funds stack up in terms of active share, a measure of how much the fund deviates from its benchmark. We've compared them, where possible, to the benchmark listed in the fund's prospectus. Where that's not possible, we've compared them to the index that is closest in terms of behavior. The fees listed are generally for F-class units, which strip out the trailer fee (typically 1 per cent) paid to advisers. Many retail investors  pay far more in fees.

For a full explanation on active share, read the full story here: Here's how to find out just how 'active' your fund manager really is

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Active shares of the largest Canadian equity funds

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