Which companies are really the largest ones in Canada? If you want to compare every breed of corporation—publicly traded, privately owned, government owned, subsidiaries of multinationals and more—start by looking at the top line of the income statement.
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Notes For ranking purposes, figures from companies that report in foreign currencies have been converted to Canadian dollars and partial-year results have been annualized. Foreign currencies are converted at the average exchange rate for the relevant period for earnings items.
2. Revenue includes unrealized gains and losses on bonds and other assets, as required by accounting standards. 3. Figures have been annualized in latest year.
n/a = not available, n/m = not meaningful, n/r = not ranked.
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