Blue Chip Companies In Canada Top 100 Dividend Stocks in Canada

Blue Chip Companies In Canada Top 100

Compare the dividend stocks in Canada by dividend yield, payout ratio, P/E, earnings per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS).

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Stock name Dividend Yield
Pason Systems 1.431 3.57
Enercare 0.121 3.44
Quarterhill 1.006 3.23
Restaurant Brands 1.498 3.16
Canadian Western Bank 1.953 3.14
Suncor Energy 1.385 3.10
Agrium 0.739 3.04
Thomson Reuters 0.352 2.97
Horizon North Logistics 2.544 2.92
Rogers Communications 0.374 2.84
Cogeco Cable 0.572 2.82
Intact Financial 0.410 2.78
Magna Int. 1.426 2.76
Finning International 1.774 2.67
Parkland Fuel 0.198 2.54
Husky Energy 1.490 2.52
Shawcor 1.618 2.50
Canadian Tire 0.646 2.44
Cogeco 0.490 2.41
Snc Lavalin 1.189 2.40
Transalta 1.119 2.25
Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers 0.513 2.16
George Weston 0.530 2.15
Jean Coutu Group 0.016 2.12
Wheaton Precious Metals 2.035 2.03
Potash Corp. Of Saskatchewan 0.720 1.95
Tfi International 1.091 1.93
Empire 0.167 1.92
Loblaw 0.504 1.83
Metro 0.108 1.80
Cenovus Energy 1.881 1.80
Methanex 2.057 1.78
Imperial Oil 1.080 1.76
Uni-select 0.603 1.74
Saputo 0.924 1.71
Can. National Railway 0.854 1.67
Cae 0.508 1.63
Gildan Activewear 0.401 1.52
Franco-nevada 0.813 1.47
Cascades -0.068 1.45
Brookfield Asset Man. 0.833 1.43
West Fraser Timber 1.234 1.26
Agnico-eagle Mines 1.200 1.18
Stella Jones 0.487 1.15
Canadian Pacific Railway 1.116 1.00
Enghouse Systems 0.348 0.96
Ccl Industries 0.434 0.94
Barrick Gold 1.312 0.90
Yamana Gold 2.768 0.74
Goldcorp 1.335 0.73

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