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by The Globe and Mail
The most comprehensive database of Canadian corporate financial information in spreadsheet format. The information allows you to better understand the top companies in Canada, to make it easier to sell to, invest in and communicate with these companies.See options
produced by The Globe and Mail in partnership with Rotman School of Management
Report on Business has examined the boards of directors of the companies and income trusts in the S&P/TSX composite index, to assess the quality of their governance practices, based on various criteria.
Click here to read the Globe and Mail article about Canada's Governance LeadersSee options
Conflict-free investment research reports by 5i Research
Easy-to-read and understand investment research that focuses on the quality of companies and potential over the long-term. 5i Research employees cannot purchase Canadian companies and they take no fees from companies they cover, so reports are truly conflict-free. You get straight, unbiased opinion in each report.
5i Research provides content under an agreement with The Globe and Mail, which receives royalty compensation.See options
by The Globe and Mail in partnership with the Canadian Venture Capital & Private Equity Association
These comprehensive lists detail the top Venture Capital and Private Equity Deals made in Canada in 2015.
Click here to read the Globe and Mail article about Venture Capital trends in Canada
The Globe and Mail publishes a quarterly report of trading performances of securities on North American stock exchanges. These reports are available as PDFs to Globe Unlimited subscribers, but can be purchased in spreadsheet format. Each report includes all the securities that are listed on the exchange as of the report date.See options
by The Globe and Mail in partnership with CharityCAN
These reports are rankings of the Top 1000 Canadian non-profit (registered charity) organizations based on total revenue. Total revenue comprises all sources of revenue including government sources, donations and investment income. Some of the sectors these organizations represent include education, health, arts, and social welfare.See options
by The Globe and Mail in partnership with The Funding Portal
The Report on Business - The Funding Portal Top 500, ranks the Top 500 Canadian organizations that received government funding, sorted by total amount received. Use the report to help generate fresh sales leads and as a talking point with your current clients about your products and services, or to gain a unique understanding of government funding awards in Canada.See options
by The Globe and Mail in partnership with Global Governance Advisors (GGA)
2016 TSX Composite Compensation & Performance Report contains a breakdown of executive compensation levels and a Performance Report for companies listed on the S&P/TSX Composite Index.See options
Validea’s pick of the week provides a detailed report on a company that scores well in the stock-screening service’s model portfolios. On Validea.ca, investors can analyze 1,000 Canadian stocks through 12 different guru-based models and get individual reports on each company. Globe Investor provides marketing and data services to Validea.ca and receives compensation.See options
The Globe, July 1, 1867
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There is a good deal of history packed into the four pages of The Globe from July 1st, 1867. The first two pages and a bit of the third are the first person story of Confederation by George Brown, one of the Fathers of Confederation and The Globe’s first publisher.
The first time this issue was reproduced was in 1967 when The Globe and Mail borrowed a copy from the Dundas museum and set fourteen artists to work on preparing a legible copy that could be reprinted and included with the Centennial issue. The Globe’s copy of the paper had been destroyed in a fire at the paper in 1885.
Moving with the times today’s issue is available in electronic format for all our subscribers on the Globe2Go site. It can also be purchased at The Globe store.See options
A comprehensive service that improves access to both government funding and private financing in Canada.
In-depth information about Canada's 85,000-plus registered Charitable Organizations, Private Foundations, and Public Foundations.
Fabrice Taylor finds companies with easy to understand businesses models that are at a stage to make money for their shareholders.
Comprehensive research and education on corporate governance from Board Shareholder Confidence Index to CEO compensation.
Research and analytical tools for the individual stock market investor. Portfolios for Value, Dividend and Growth Stocks based on strategies from investing legends.