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Canada's 100 biggest companies by market cap

The total value of a publicly traded company's shares is a sign of investors' enthusiasm about its prospects. But remember Apple. A bloated market cap can be a sign of a bubble.

View more tables: The Top 1000, private companies, rankings by revenue, and return on equity.

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