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These leaders own large amounts of stock in their own companies. (All figures are from 2012.)

1. W. Galen Weston, George Weston Ltd., $5.7-billion

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2. Gerald Schwartz, Onex Corp., $981-million

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3. Alain Bouchard, Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., $936-million

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4. Bruce Flatt, Brookfield Asset Management Inc., $667-million

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5. Prem Watsa, Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., $666-million

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6. Sam Kolias, Boardwalk REIT, $411-million

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7. Michael Rose, Tourmaline Oil Corp., $381-million

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8. Glenn Chamandy, Gildan Activewear Inc., $355-million

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9. Michael Pearson, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc., $325-million

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10. Larry Rossy, Dollarama Inc., $265-million

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