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List of Canadians by net worth
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The following is a list of Canadians by net worth:Contents [hide]
1 Richest Canadians (2011 statistics)
2 Richest Canadians (2010 statistics)
3 Methodology for ranking the richest Canadians
4 Richest Canadians (2009 statistics)
5 References
6 External links

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Richest Canadians (2011 statistics)

Updated October 6, 2011.[1]Legend
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Has not changed since the 2010 ranking.
Has increased since the 2010 ranking.
Has decreased since the 2010 ranking.
No. Name Net worth (CAD) Age Home Province Residence Sources of wealth
1 David Thomson, 3rd Baron Thomson of Fleet and family $21.34 billion 54 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Thomson Reuters, Woodbridge Co. Ltd
2 Galen Weston $8 billion 71 Ontario Toronto, Ontario George Weston Ltd., Loblaw Cos. Ltd, Holt Renfrew
3 Arthur Irving, James Irving, John Irving $7.8 billion — New Brunswick Saint John, New Brunswick Irving Oil Ltd., J.D. Irving Ltd.
4 Edward Rogers III and family $5.94 billion 42 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Rogers Communications
5 Jim Pattison $5.73 billion 83 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Jim Pattison Group
6 Lino Saputo and family $4.34 billion 74 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Saputo Inc., TransForce
7 Paul Desmarais $4.27 billion 84 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Power Corp. of Canada
8 Jeffrey Skoll $3.75 billion 46 Quebec Palo Alto, California eBay Inc., Participant Media
9 Fred and Ron Mannix $3.44 billion — Alberta Calgary, Alberta Mancal Group
10 Bernard Sherman $3.31 billion 69 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Apotex Group of Cos
11 Clay Riddell $3.19 billion 74 Alberta Calgary, Alberta Paramount Resources Ltd., Perpetual Energy Inc., Trilogy Energy Corp.
12 Carlo Fidani $3.18 billion 57 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Orlando Corp.
13 David Azrieli $3.07 billion 89 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Azrieli Group Ltd., Canpro Investments
14 James Armstrong Richardson and family $3.01 billion — Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba James Richardson & Sons Ltd.
15 Chip Wilson $2.85 billion 56 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Lululemon Athletica
16 Harrison McCain and family $2.82 billion — New Brunswick Florenceville, New Brunswick McCain Foods
17 Robert Friedland $2.81 billion 61 British Columbia Singapore Ivanhoe Mines, Ivanhoe Energy
18 Daryl Katz $2.8 billion 50 Alberta Edmonton, Alberta Katz Group of Companies, Edmonton Oilers
19 Frank Stronach $2.7 billion 79 Ontario Oberwaltersdorf, Austria Magna Entertainment Corp.
20 Alan Zekelman, Barry Zekelman, Clayton Zekelman $2.62 billion — Ontario Windsor, Ontario Atlas Tube
21 Wallace McCain $2.47 billion 81 Ontario Toronto, Ontario McCain Foods, Maple Leaf Foods
22 N. Murray Edwards $2.47 billion 51 Alberta Calgary, Alberta Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Ensign Energy Services, Calgary Flames
23 Charles Bronfman $2.37 billion 80 Quebec New York City, New York Vivendi
24 Joseph-Armand Bombardier and family $2.35 billion — Quebec Montreal, Quebec Bombardier Inc., Bombardier Recreational Products
25 Frank H. Sobey and family $2.26 billion — Nova Scotia New Glasgow, Nova Scotia Empire Co. Ltd.
26 Mansoor Lalji and family $2.05 billion — British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Larco Investments Ltd.
27 Stephen A. Jarislowsky $1.98 billion 86 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Jarislowsky Fraser Ltd.
28 Allan Slaight $1.91 billion 80 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Standard Broadcasting Corp. Ltd.
29 Marcel Adams $1.85 billion 91 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Iberville Developments Ltd.
30 Paul Reichmann and family $1.83 billion 81 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Canary Wharf, Olympia and York, Reichmann International Development Corp., Reichmann Seniors Housing Development Corp.
31 Seymour Schulich $1.75 billion 71 Quebec Toronto, Ontario Newmont Mining Corporation, Canadian Oil Sands Trust
32 Brandt C. Louie $1.74 billion 68 British Columbia Burnaby, British Columbia H. Y. Louie Co. Ltd.
33 Michael Lee-Chin $1.73 billion 60 Ontario Greensville, Ontario AIC Ltd., National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd., Columbus Communications
34 Terry Matthews $1.72 billion 68 Ontario Ottawa, Ontario March Networks, Mitel Networks Corp., Wesley Clover Corp.
35 Mitchell Goldhar $1.64 billion 50 Ontario Toronto, Ontario SmartCentres Inc., Calloway REIT
36 Gerry Schwartz and Heather Reisman $1.62 billion — Manitoba
Quebec Toronto, Ontario Onex Corporation, Indigo Books and Music Inc.
37 David Cheriton $1.6 billion 59 British Columbia Palo Alto, California Google
38 Bob Gaglardi $1.6 billion 70 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Northland Properties Ltd.
39 Guy Laliberté $1.56 billion 52 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Cirque du Soleil
40 Jean Coutu (pharmacist) $1.53 billion 84 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Jean Coutu Group
41 Eric Sprott $1.5 billion 67 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Sprott Inc.
42 Robert Miller (Future Electronics) $1.49 billion 68 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Future Electronics
43 Alex Shnaider $1.48 billion 43 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Midland Resources Holding Ltd.
44 Marc Muzzo and family $1.47 billion — Ontario Woodbridge, Ontario Muzzo Group of Cos.
45 Richard Li $1.45 billion 44 British Columbia Hong Kong PCCW
46 J. R. Shaw $1.44 billion 77 Ontario Calgary, Alberta Shaw Communications Inc., Corus Entertainment Inc.
47 Peter Gilgan $1.42 billion 61 Ontario Oakville, Ontario Mattamy Homes Ltd.
48 Ron Southern $1.39 billion 81 Alberta Calgary, Alberta ATCO, Canadian Utilities
49 John MacBain $1.35 billion 53 Quebec Geneva, Switzerland Trader Classified Media
50 Michael DeGroote $1.33 billion 78 Ontario Bermuda CBIZ Inc., AutoNation, Laidlaw
51 Mike Lazaridis $1.3 billion 50 Ontario Waterloo, Ontario Research in Motion
52 Alfredo DeGasperis $1.28 billion 77 Ontario Concord, Ontario Metrus Developments Inc., Con-Strada Group of Cos.
53 Gene Kruger and family $1.22 billion — Quebec Montreal, Quebec Kruger Inc.
54 Joseph and Ted Burnett $1.19 billion — Ontario Toronto, Ontario Burnac Corp.
55 Ron Joyce $1.15 billion 80 Nova Scotia Calgary, Alberta Wendy's International, Tim Hortons, Shaw Communications
56 Jim Balsillie $1.11 billion 50 Ontario Waterloo, Ontario Research In Motion
57 Roger Greenberg and family $1.1 billion — Ontario Ottawa, Ontario Minto Group
58 Hal Jackman $1.06 billion 79 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Empire Life
59 Larry Rossy $1.06 billion 69 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Dollarama
60 Larry Tanenbaum $1.04 billion 66 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Kilmer Group, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment
61 Rudolph Bratty $1.01 billion 62 Ontario Vaughan, Ontario Remington Group Inc.
62 Samuel family $1 billion — Ontario Toronto, Ontario Samuel, Son & Co., Ltd., Samuel Manu-Tech Inc.

A list of the 100 richest people in Canada as of October 2011 is available at Canadian Business.
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Richest Canadians (2010 statistics)

Updated December 6, 2010.[2]Legend
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Has increased since the 2009 ranking.
Has decreased since the 2009 ranking.
No. Name Net worth (CAD) Age Home Province Residence Sources of wealth
1 David Thomson, 3rd Baron Thomson of Fleet and family $23.36 billion 53 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Thomson Reuters, Woodbridge Co. Ltd
2 Galen Weston $8.50 billion 70 Ontario Toronto, Ontario George Weston Ltd., Loblaw Cos. Ltd, Holt Renfrew
3 Arthur Irving, James Irving, John Irving $7.46 billion — New Brunswick Saint John, New Brunswick Irving Oil Ltd., J.D. Irving Ltd.
4 Edward Rogers III and family $6.02 billion 41 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Rogers Communications
5 Jim Pattison $5.53 billion 82 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Jim Pattison Group
6 Paul Desmarais $4.28 billion 83 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Power Corp. of Canada
7 Bernard Sherman $3.94 billion 68 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Apotex Group of Cos
8 Jeffrey Skoll $3.56 billion 45 Quebec Palo Alto, California eBay Inc., Participant Media
9 Lino Saputo and family $3.52 billion 73 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Saputo Inc., TransForce
10 Fred and Ron Mannix $3.18 billion — Alberta Calgary, Alberta Mancal Group
11 David Azrieli $2.93 billion 88 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Azrieli Group Ltd., Canpro Investments
12 Carlo Fidani $2.89 billion 56 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Orlando Corp.
13 James Armstrong Richardson and family $2.86 billion — Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba James Richardson & Sons Ltd.
14 Robert Friedland $2.62 billion 60 British Columbia Singapore Ivanhoe Mines, Ivanhoe Energy
15 Harrison McCain and family $2.59 billion — New Brunswick Florenceville, New Brunswick McCain Foods
16 Daryl Katz $2.59 billion 49 Alberta Edmonton, Alberta Katz Group of Companies, Edmonton Oilers
17 Alan Zekelman, Barry Zekelman, Clayton Zekelman $2.59 billion — Ontario Windsor, Ontario Atlas Tube
18 Charles Bronfman $2.39 billion 79 Quebec New York City, New York Vivendi
19 Wallace McCain $2.29 billion 80 Ontario Scarborough, Ontario McCain Foods, Maple Leaf Foods
20 Frank H. Sobey and family $2.14 billion — Nova Scotia New Glasgow, Nova Scotia Empire Co. Ltd.
21 N. Murray Edwards $2.11 billion 50 Alberta Calgary, Alberta Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Ensign Energy Services, Calgary Flames
22 Joseph-Armand Bombardier and family $2.1 billion — Quebec Montreal, Quebec Bombardier Inc., Bombardier Recreational Products
23 Alex Shnaider $2.06 billion 42 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Midland Resources Holding Ltd.
24 Mike Lazaridis $2.02 billion 49 Ontario Waterloo, Ontario Research in Motion
25 Allan Slaight $2.01 billion 79 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Standard Broadcasting Corp. Ltd.
26 Frank Stronach $1.95 billion 78 Ontario Oberwaltersdorf, Austria Magna Entertainment Corp.
27 Clay Riddell $1.91 billion 73 Alberta Calgary, Alberta Paramount Resources Ltd., Perpetual Energy Inc., Trilogy Energy Corp.
28 Stephen A. Jarislowsky $1.85 billion 85 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Jarislowsky Fraser Ltd.
29 Mansoor Lalji and family $1.83 billion — British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Larco Investments Ltd.
30 Jim Balsillie $1.81 billion 49 Ontario Waterloo, Ontario Research In Motion
31 Marcel Adams $1.77 billion 90 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Iberville Developments Ltd.
32 Paul Reichmann and family $1.75 billion 80 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Canary Wharf, Olympia and York, Reichmann International Development Corp., Reichmann Seniors Housing Development Corp.
33 Terry Matthews $1.69 billion 67 Ontario Ottawa, Ontario March Networks, Mitel Networks Corp., Wesley Clover Corp.
34 Michael Lee-Chin $1.64 billion 59 Ontario Greensville, Ontario AIC Ltd., National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd., Columbus Communications
35 Brandt C. Louie $1.61 billion 67 British Columbia Burnaby, British Columbia H. Y. Louie Co. Ltd.
36 David Cheriton $1.56 billion 58 British Columbia Palo Alto, California Google
37 Guy Laliberté $1.51 billion 51 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Cirque du Soleil
38 Mitchell Goldhar $1.49 billion 49 Ontario Toronto, Ontario SmartCentres Inc., Calloway REIT
39 Bob Gaglardi $1.47 billion 69 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Northland Properties Ltd.
40 Gerry Schwartz and Heather Reisman $1.46 billion — Manitoba
Quebec Toronto, Ontario Onex Corporation, Indigo Books and Music Inc.
41 Robert Miller (Future Electronics) $1.41 billion 68 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Future Electronics
42 J. R. Shaw $1.41 billion 76 Ontario Calgary, Alberta Shaw Communications Inc., Corus Entertainment Inc.
43 Marc Muzzo and family $1.37 billion — Ontario Woodbridge, Ontario Muzzo Group of Cos.
44 Peter Gilgan $1.37 billion 60 Ontario Oakville, Ontario Mattamy Homes Ltd.
45 Seymour Schulich $1.35 billion 70 Quebec Toronto, Ontario Newmont Mining Corporation, Canadian Oil Sands Trust
46 John MacBain $1.35 billion 52 Quebec Geneva, Switzerland Trader Classified Media
47 Michael DeGroote $1.33 billion 77 Ontario Bermuda CBIZ Inc., AutoNation, Laidlaw
48 Richard Li $1.32 billion 43 British Columbia Hong Kong PCCW
49 Chip Wilson $1.25 billion 55 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Lululemon Athletica
50 Ron Southern $1.21 billion 80 Alberta Calgary, Alberta ATCO, Canadian Utilities
51 Alfredo DeGasperis $1.19 billion 76 Ontario Concord, Ontario Metrus Developments Inc., Con-Strada Group of Cos.
52 Jean Coutu (pharmacist) $1.15 billion 83 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Jean Coutu Group
53 Ron Joyce $1.15 billion 79 Nova Scotia Calgary, Alberta Wendy's International, Tim Hortons, Shaw Communications
54 Joseph and Ted Burnett $1.13 billion — Ontario Toronto, Ontario Burnac Corp.
55 Eric Sprott $1.12 billion 66 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Sprott Inc.
56 Gene Kruger and family $1.1 billion — Quebec Montreal, Quebec Kruger Inc.
57 Larry Rossy $1.01 billion 68 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Dollarama
58 Leslie Dan $1 billion 82 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Viventia Biotechnologies Inc., Novopharm Ltd.
59 Hal Jackman $1 billion 78 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Empire Life

A list of the 100 richest people in Canada as of December 2010 is available at Canadian Business.
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Methodology for ranking the richest Canadians

Estimated net worth of the richest Canadians was measured by Canadian Business magazine using the following criteria:
Members of the 2010 Rich 100 had to be Canadian citizens.
The cutoff date for valued assets was Sept. 30, 2010.
Included in the calculations were financial transactions that occurred between Sept. 26, 2009 and Sept. 30, 2010, including the value of dividends and distributions received during that time period.
Publicly traded securities were valued at the market close on Sept. 30, 2010. This was the date used for exchange rates applied to foreign investments as well.
Privately owned companies were valued using a multiple of cash flows, earnings or sales. If these figures weren't available, industry experts were asked to give estimates, and private companies were compared to similar public companies. Debt, whether known or estimated, was subtracted from the value.
Real estate values were based on estimates per square foot, less debt.
Where companies or shares/units were sold, appropriate capital gains taxes were applied.
Where assets were held by families or trusts, the focus was on who controlled the wealth.
Conservative estimates of private investments were intentionally made. It's virtually impossible to determine the full extent of these holdings for every member. It's safe to assume the Rich 100 are worth more than the stated amount.
Sometimes Canadian Business relied on estimates provided by the Rich 100 candidates themselves. In these cases, the magazine did attempt to independently verify the information.
Occasionally, new information comes to light that can affect estimates of an individual's wealth.
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Richest Canadians (2009 statistics)Legend
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Has not changed since the 2008 ranking.
Has increased since the 2008 ranking.
Has decreased since the 2008 ranking.
No. Name Net worth (CAD) Age Home Province Residence Sources of wealth
1 David Thomson, 3rd Baron Thomson of Fleet and family $21.99 billion 52 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Thomson Reuters, Woodbridge Co. Ltd
2 Arthur Irving, James Irving, John Irving $7.28 billion — New Brunswick Saint John, New Brunswick Irving Oil Ltd., J.D. Irving Ltd.
3 Galen Weston $6.47 billion 69 Ontario Toronto, Ontario George Weston Ltd., Loblaw Cos. Ltd, Holt Renfrew
4 Jim Pattison $5.07 billion 81 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Jim Pattison Group
5 Edward Rogers III and family $4.7 billion 40 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Rogers Communications
6 Paul Desmarais $4.28 billion 82 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Power Corp. of Canada
7 Bernard Sherman $3.85 billion 67 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Apotex Group of Cos
8 David Azrieli $3.73 billion 87 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Azrieli Group Ltd., Canpro Investments
9 Jeffrey Skoll $3.59 billion 44 Quebec Palo Alto, California eBay Inc., Participant Media
10 Fred and Ron Mannix $2.98 billion — Alberta Calgary, Alberta Mancal Group
11 Mike Lazaridis $2.9 billion 48 Ontario Waterloo, Ontario Research in Motion
12 Lino Saputo and family $2.76 billion 72 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Saputo Inc., TransForce
13 Alan Zekelman, Barry Zekelman, Clayton Zekelman $2.74 billion — Ontario Windsor, Ontario Atlas Tube
14 Carlo Fidani $2.73 billion 55 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Orlando Corp.
15 James Armstrong Richardson and family $2.72 billion — Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba James Richardson & Sons Ltd.
16 Jim Balsillie $2.67 billion 48 Ontario Waterloo, Ontario Research In Motion
17 Daryl Katz $2.36 billion 48 Alberta Edmonton, Alberta Katz Group of Companies, Edmonton Oilers
18 Charles Bronfman $2.33 billion 78 Quebec New York City, New York Vivendi
19 Harrison McCain and family $2.3 billion — New Brunswick Florenceville, New Brunswick McCain Foods
20 Alex Shnaider $2.13 billion 41 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Midland Resources Holding Ltd.
21 Allan Slaight $1.98 billion 78 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Standard Broadcasting Corp. Ltd.
22 Wallace McCain $1.93 billion 79 Ontario Toronto, Ontario McCain Foods, Maple Leaf Foods
23 N. Murray Edwards $1.9 billion 49 Alberta Calgary, Alberta Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Ensign Energy Services, Calgary Flames
24 Joseph-Armand Bombardier and family $1.9 billion — Quebec Montreal, Quebec Bombardier Inc., Bombardier Recreational Products
25 Stephen A. Jarislowsky $1.85 billion 84 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Jarislowsky Fraser Ltd.
26 Marcel Adams $1.74 billion 89 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Iberville Developments Ltd.
27 Paul Reichmann and family $1.72 billion 79 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Canary Wharf, Olympia and York, Reichmann International Development Corp., Reichmann Seniors Housing Development Corp.
28 Michael Lee-Chin $1.7 billion 58 Ontario Burlington, Ontario AIC Ltd., National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd., Columbus Communications
29 Mansoor Lalji and family $1.7 billion — British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Larco Investments Ltd.
30 Frank H. Sobey and family $1.67 billion — Nova Scotia New Glasgow, Nova Scotia Empire Co. Ltd.
31 Terry Matthews $1.65 billion 66 Ontario Ottawa, Ontario Newbridge Networks, Wesley Clover Corp., Alcatel
32 Robert Friedland $1.59 billion 59 British Columbia Singapore Ivanhoe Mines, Ivanhoe Energy
33 Brandt C. Louie $1.57 billion 66 British Columbia Burnaby, British Columbia H. Y. Louie Co. Ltd.
34 David Cheriton $1.55 billion 57 British Columbia Palo Alto, California Google
35 Guy Laliberté $1.5 billion 50 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Cirque du Soleil
36 Clay Riddell $1.41 billion 72 Alberta Calgary, Alberta Paramount Resources Ltd., Perpetual Energy Inc., Trilogy Energy Corp.
37 Mitchell Goldhar $1.37 billion 48 Ontario Toronto, Ontario SmartCentres Inc., Calloway REIT
38 Marc Muzzo and family $1.33 billion — Ontario Woodbridge, Ontario Muzzo Group of Cos.
39 Bob Gaglardi $1.31 billion 68 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Northland Properties Ltd.
40 Seymour Schulich $1.31 billion 69 Quebec Toronto, Ontario Newmont Mining Corporation, Canadian Oil Sands Trust
41 John MacBain $1.31 billion 51 Quebec Geneva, Switzerland Trader Classified Media
42 Gerry Schwartz and Heather Reisman $1.29 billion — Manitoba
Quebec Toronto Ontario Onex Corporation, Indigo Books and Music Inc.
43 Peter Gilgan $1.23 billion 59 Ontario Oakville, Ontario Mattamy Homes Ltd.
44 Michael DeGroote $1.22 billion 76 Ontario Bermuda CBIZ Inc., AutoNation, Laidlaw
45 Jean Coutu (pharmacist) $1.21 billion 82 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Jean Coutu Group
46 Joseph and Ted Burnett $1.19 billion — Ontario Toronto, Ontario Burnac Corp.
47 Robert Miller (Future Electronics) $1.19 billion 67 Quebec Montreal, Quebec Future Electronics
48 Frank Stronach $1.19 billion 77 Ontario Oberwaltersdorf, Austria Magna Entertainment Corp.
49 Douglas Fregin $1.17 billion 49 Ontario Waterloo, Ontario Research in Motion
50 Alfredo DeGasperis $1.15 billion 75 Ontario Concord, Ontario Metrus Developments Inc., Con-Strada Group of Cos.
51 J. R. Shaw $1.15 billion 75 Ontario Calgary, Alberta Shaw Communications Inc., Corus Entertainment Inc.
52 Gene Kruger and family $1.11 billion — Quebec Montreal, Quebec Kruger Inc.
53 Richard Li $1.09 billion 42 British Columbia Hong Kong PCCW
54 Ron Joyce $1.07 billion 78 Nova Scotia Calgary, Alberta Wendy's International, Tim Hortons, Shaw Communications
55 Leslie Dan $1.02 billion 81 Ontario Toronto, Ontario Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Viventia Biotech, Novopharm

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References
^ "Rich // 100". Canadian Business. Retrieved 2010-12-06.
^ "Rich // 100". Canadian Business. Retrieved 2010-12-06.

Canadian Business magazine
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External links
Canadian Business magazine's 2010 ranking of the 100 richest Canadians
Canadian Business 2006 Richest Canadians
Canadian Business 2007 Rich List
Forbes.com: Forbes World's Richest People - By country of citizenship
Forbes.com: Forbes World's Richest People - By country of residence