Canadian Stock Exchanges

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Toronto Stock Exchange TSX (formerly TSE)

The principle stock exchange in Canada is the Toronto Stock Exchange.  It is the 3rd largest stock exchange in North America (behind the NYSE and NASDAQ) and in the top 10 in the world.  As the name implies, it is based in Toronto, Ontario.  The majority of Canadian held stock investments are of companies traded on this exchange.  The exchange features standard Canadian corporation securities, depositary shares of foreign corporations, REITs, income trusts, ETFs, and other investment instruments.


Since 2000, the TSX has been a private, publicly traded company.  The current name of the company is the TMX group.  They are owners also of the TSX Venture Exchange.

See a list of the Companies traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Other Canadian Stock Exchanges

The alternative, lesser known Canadian Stock Exchanges are:

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Largest Stock Exchanges in the World by Market Cap

  1. New York Stock Exchange
  2. NASDAQ - A tech heavy exchange in the United States.
  3. London Stock Exchange - The UK's stock exchange
  4. Tokyo Stock Exchange - Japan's principal exchange.
  5. Euronext - one of the largest Stock Exchanges in the European Union
  6. Shanghai Stock Exchange - The Largest Stock Exchange in China
  7. Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  8. Toronto Stock Exchange
  9. Bombay Stock Exchange - India's leading Exchange
  10. National Stock Exchange of India - India's other Exchange
  11. BM&F Bovespa
  12. Deutsche Börse
  13. Australian Securities Exchange
  14. BME Spanish Exchanges
  15. Shenzhen Stock Exchange
  16. SIX Swiss Exchange
  17. Korea Exchange