Canada is now home to 41 billionaires in 2019

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Canada is now home to 41 billionaires in 2019

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Wed Nov 20, 2019 9:14 pm

Canada is now home to 41 billionaires in 2019
the top 10 richest Canadians have hit a new record high of $96.4 billion

Below is the full list, for those interested.
Here's to hoping it will one day look less white,
less male, less old and less British.

David Thomson: $39 billion
Joseph Tsai: $10.2 billion
Galen Weston: $9 billion
David Cheriton: $6.4 billion
James Irving: $6.3 billion
Jim Pattison: $5.7 billion
Huang Chulong: $5.6 billion
Emanuele (Lino) Saputo: $5.1 billion
Chip Wilson: $4.6 billion
Mark Scheinberg: $4.5 billion
Alain Bouchard: $4.1 billion
Peter Gilgan: $4 billion
Arthur Irving: $3.5 billion
Daryl Katz: $3.1 billion
Bob Gaglardi: $3 billion
Tobi Lutke: $2.9 billion
Garrett Camp: $2.7 billion
Robert Miller: $2.7 billion
Mitchell Goldhar: $2.7 billion
Lawrence Stroll: $2.6 billion
Jean Coutu: $2.5 billion
Michael Lee-Chin: $2.4 billion
Carlo Fidani: $2.3 billion
Serge Godin: $2.3 billion
Charles Bronfman: $2.3 billion
Jacques D’Amours: $2.1 billion
Pierre Karl Péladeau: $1.8 billion
Stephen Smith: $1.8 B $2 billion
Marcel Adams: $1.7 billion
Stephen Jarislowsky: $1.6 billion
Hal Jackman: $1.6 billion
Gerald Schwartz: $1.6 billion
Mark Leonard: $1.5 billion
N. Murray Edwards: $1.4 billion
Bruce Flatt: $1.4 billion
Brandt Louie: $1.4 billion
Peter Szulczewski: $1.4 billion
K. Rai Sahi: $1.3 billion
Jack Cockwell: $1.3 billion
Terence (Terry) Matthews: $1.2 billion
Guy Laliberté: $1 billion

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