This page is dedicated to my portfolio it shows you my investments. My portfolio is made up of three accounts. A Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA), a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and a Locked In Retirement Account (LIRA).


  • Plaza REIT                                                     1,198 shares
  • Chorus Aviation                                           509 shares
  • ZDI BMO International Dividend ETF     438 shares
  • European Residential REIT                        579 shares
  • Keg Royalties Income Fund                       307 shares
  • Inter Pipeline                                                309 shares
  • Canadian Utilities                                         156 shares
  • Transcontinental                                          123 shares
  • Canadian Apartment Properties REIT     83 shares
  • Bank of Nova Scotia                                    122 shares
  • Suncor Energy                                              66 shares
  • Aecon Group                                                 90 shares
  • NFI Group                                                      79 shares
  • Brookfield Renewable Partners                31 shares
  • SmartCentres REIT                                       70 shares
  • Go Easy Ltd                                                    31 shares
  • Canadian National Railway                        26 shares
  • Power Corp                                                    25 shares
  • Manulife                                                         23 shares
  • Sun Life                                                           20 shares
  • Telus                                                                66 shares
  • Alimentaion Couche-Tard                           12 shares
  • Bank of Montreal                                          10 shares
  • Open Text                                                       10 shares
  • Royal Bank of Canada                                  5 shares
  • Fortis                                                               15 shares


Canadian Stocks

  • Power Corp                              248 shares
  • Fortis                                         211 shares
  • Enbridge                                   161 shares
  • TC Energy Corp                        150 shares
  • BCE                                             146 shares
  • Telus                                           216 shares     
  • Royal Bank of Canada             97 shares
  • Bank of Montreal                     92 shares
  • Leon’s Furniture                       1 share
  • North West Company              1 share
  • iShares Core MSCI All Country ex Canada Index ETF        18 shares

US Stocks

  • Algonquin Power & Utilities         387 shares
  • Bank of America                              72 shares
  • AbbVie                                               67 shares
  • Altria Group                                     86 shares
  • Johnson & Johnson                         24 shares
  • Home Depot                                     12 shares
  • Microsoft Corp                                 21 shares
  • Walgreens Boots Alliance              20 shares
  • 3M Company                                    10 shares
  • Texas Instruments                          23 shares
  • Lockheed Martin                             14 shares


  • Diversified Royalty Corp       239 shares
  • Enbridge                                   108 shares


** Telus 2 for 1 stock split March 17th 2020 increased my holding to 212 shares**

3 thoughts on “Portfolio

  1. I am officially an economist, but the profession has become so bogged down in the most ridiculous crap. I do not work specifically as an economist I work for NGO and I am currently doing another degree in Political Economy, and then a Masters in Public Policy. My aim is to get the public educated about the realities of how our federal and provincial monetary systems really operate. Politicians and 99 percent of orthodox economist suffer from cognitive dissonance, economics is a social science, but economist are not even close to be able to call them self scientists, they are subjective rather than objective. Well I wish I knew how to set up this kind site, the main reason I am contacting you is I am turning 45 in september and have 0000 investments or savings, and I know that my profession pays above average for other social science disciplines,but I can teach you all about macro and micro economics, but I do not know anything about investing in the markets , now I actually do have a little over $100, 000.00 in trust at the court of queens bench, and its been there almost 6 years, so I have decided that I am getting a lawyer and requesting my money and I want to do my own investing, how did you learn so much about this topic, I was honestly gpoing to put it all int Mainstreet Equity Corporation, and then just keep putting all my extra cash into MSEC and hope that by 65 thats 20 years I will have $1,000,000.00 in stock and that would afford me enough income to retire in latin america. How does one calculate your dividends to see if a million would be enough, naturally you would have to estimate the price of the stock and whatever other variables, and guess what that is exactly what economists do make a really confusing mathematical model that no one else including themselves really understand, and they of course (ask Greenspan, and Bernanke) always get it wrong and the more time you are wrong you economic model falls apart, then you get a Nobel Peace Prize in Economic Science. So I do not expect absolute accuracy just a general rough estimate.
    Sorry for blabbing,


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