S&P/TSX 60 Dividend Stocks S&P/TSX 60 High Yield Dividend Stocks

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Compare the dividend stocks in the S&P/TSX 60 index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The S&P/TSX 60 Index, a subset of the S&P/TSX Composite, is a list of the 60 largest companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange as measured by market capitalization.

Note to foreign investors: net dividend = declared dividend less 25% withholding tax.


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.



Last updated: 2022/8/10 22:49:06 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Enbridge 6.15
Power Corp. Of Canada 5.84
Bce 5.75
Transcanada 5.75
Manulife Financial 5.59
Pembina Pipeline 5.38
Bank Of Nova Scotia 5.30
Can. Imp. Bank Of Commerce 5.14
Suncor Energy 4.79
Telus 4.64
Sun Life Financial 4.60
Can. Natural Resources 4.42
Bank Of Montreal 4.38
Emera 4.34
Toronto-dominion Bank 4.30
Royal Bank Of Canada 4.12
National Bank Of Canada 4.06
Canadian Tire 3.90
Restaurant Brands 3.64
Agnico-eagle Mines 3.55
Fortis Inc. 3.54
Crescent Point Energy 3.50
Kinross Gold 3.47
Rogers Communications 3.44
Shaw Communications 3.44
Agrium 3.04
Magna Int. 2.92
Arc Resources 2.77
Barrick Gold 2.43
Imperial Oil 2.43
Gildan Activewear 2.21
Saputo 2.15
Potash Corp. Of Saskatchewan 1.95
Cenovus Energy 1.91
Encana 1.91
Can. National Railway 1.80
George Weston 1.76
Wheaton Precious Metals 1.75
Metro 1.57
Thomson Reuters 1.56
Ccl Industries 1.55
Loblaw 1.41
Teck Resources 1.25
Brookfield Asset Man. 1.10
Franco-nevada 0.97
Husky Energy 0.78
First Quantum Minerals 0.75
Canadian Pacific Railway 0.74
Waste Connections 0.66
Cameco 0.37

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