Canadian Stock Market

Canadian stock market exchanges include Toronto Stock Exchange, Canada's New Stock Exchange, and Nasdaq Canada.

Canada's New Stock Exchange

Canada's New Stock Exchange, CNQ, is an alternative stock exchange that offers simplified reporting requirements and reduced barriers to listing for microcap and emerging companies.

Montréal Exchange

The Montreal Exchange is a futures exchange, trading in derivatives such as futures contracts and options.

Nasdaq Canada

This exchange is a subsidiary of The Nasdaq Stock Market and extends Nasdaq's North American trading platform to Canada.

Nasdaq Canada is regulated jointly by the NASDR and the Québec Securities Commission (CVMQ).

Toronto Stock Exchange

The Toronto Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in Canada, the third largest in North America and the seventh largest in the world by market capitalization.

The TSX is a leader especially in the mining and oil & gas sectors. There are more mining and oil & gas companies listed on the TSX than any other exchange in the world.

TSX Venture Exchange

The TSX Venture Exchange is a stock exchange for emerging companies who have not yet met the requirements for listing on the TSX in Canada.

The exchange is headquartered in Calgary, and has offices in Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver, and Montreal.

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