Top 150+ Dividend Stocks In Canada – Complete List

In this article, let’s take a look at the top 150+ Canadian dividend stocks. If you ask me, I’ll recommend every investor/investment portfolio to have a couple of high-paying but stable dividend stocks (blue chips of course).

Especially if you plan on investing in blue-chip companies for the long term, your dividends will increase over time. That’s the usual norm. In this list I have mentioned below, the dividend stocks are ranked by the dividend yield (percentage/s) from high to low. Also, remember to always invest in dividend stocks in your TFSAs and RRSPs. Your dividends are tax-free and there are no annual caps or capital gains you need to pay tax on 

Why Invest In Canadian Dividend Stocks? 

Dividend income is free money at the end of the month or quarterly right? Who doesn’t want that? Even the best companies in the world such as Apple and Microsoft payout regular increasing dividends every quarter. 

With dividend income, you’ll get that extra monthly, quarterly, or annual payments – which you can re-invest in to buy more stocks of the same company or others and thus grow your investment value over time. If not, enjoy the dividends you get or use them for your monthly expenses, saving a part of your salary towards bills. It’s a win-win either way. 

Any TSX stock with decent YOY growth and good dividends (cash flow and reserves), is the best pick. Also, having a mixed bag of growth + dividend stocks + ETFs is the best portfolio you can possibly think of. 

Parameters Considered For Selecting Dividend Stocks:

150+ Dividend Stocks List On The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)

11 thoughts on “Top 150+ Dividend Stocks In Canada – Complete List”

  1. Wow! Tahoe Resources Inc.? I knew it will be on the top section of the list. I have been having a wonderful experience with them so far. This is an up-to-date post. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hi there.
    How come some of the stocks I cannot view on my trading platform-Questrade or even at Globe & Mail or BNN….”The stock symbol does not exist” like Tahoe THO?
    Others like AIM haven’t paid a dividend since 2017 so why is it on the list? BNN says Dividend = zero. How accurate & up to date is the list?
    Thanks for your feedback.


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