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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.

The Top 1000 rankings in ROB Magazine and this website only provide a limited snapshot of data for the top 1000 companies in Canada. The most comprehensive database of Canadian corporate financial information is available for purchase in spreadsheet format here. This year we have improved on what we have offered in previous years in two separate packages based on whether your needs are research or sales prospecting. Find in-depth financial and contact information, total compensation for every CEO on the Top 1000 and more. 

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