January 14, 2011 / 9:01 PM / 7 years ago

Canada corporate earnings schedule - Jan 17-Feb 4

     Jan 14 (Reuters) - The following is a list of earnings reporting dates for some major companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Previous earnings per share figures may vary due to restated earnings, or stock splits, or consolidations. EPS estimates, if available, courtesy of Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. DATE   EST  COMPANY NAME AND PERIOD  SYMBOL     No. of    EPS      YR AGO
                                             Estimates Estimates 19-Jan DBH  Viterra Q4               VT.TO    10        C$0.08   C$0.00 25-Jan BMO  Cdn National Rail Q4     (CNR.TO)   16        C$1.09   C$1.23 25-Jan DBH  Metro Q1                 MRUa.TO   8        C$0.88   C$0.82 26-Jan BMO  CP Railway Q4            (CP.TO)    15        C$1.08   C$0.94 26-Jan BMO  CGI Group Q1             (GIBa.TO)  10        C$0.35   C$0.27 27-Jan AMC  Cdn Oil Sands Q4         COS_u.TO  7        C$0.36   C$0.20 27-Jan BMO  Potash Corp Q4           POTTO>   25       US$1.65  US$0.80 27-Jan DBH  Richelieu Hardware Q4    (RCH.TO)   —        ———   C$0.45 28-Jan BMO  AGF Management Q4        (AGFb.TO)   7        C$0.35   C$0.50 2-Feb  BMO  Suncor Energy Q4         (SU.TO)    11        C$0.52   C$0.21 3-Feb  BMO  Fortis Q4                (FTS.TO)    4        C$0.51   C$0.48
 All times are listed in Eastern Standard Time.
   BMO - ‘Before Canadian Market Opens’ 0930
   AMC - ‘After Canadian Market Close’ 1600
   DBH - ‘During Canadian business hours’ or blank if not known.
 Figures in - indicate a loss per share.  (Reporting by Teresa Ruiz)   

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