Petro-Canada – former Toronto symbol PCA

Petro-Canada – former Toronto symbol PCA

Petro-Canada was Canada’s second largest integrated oil company. Its production centred on Western Canada before its sale to Suncor.
PETRO-CANADA was acquired by rival Suncor Energy Inc. (Toronto symbol SU) in August 2009.

Under the terms of the deal, Petro-Canada shareholders received 1.28 common shares of Suncor… Read More

Canadian blue chips dominate these two Canadian ETFs

Canadian blue chips dominate these two Canadian ETFs

These two Canadian ETFs track Canada’s best-established indexes and provide low-fee exposure to widely traded blue chip stocks.
When you invest in ETFs, simpler is generally better. And each of these two Canadian ETFs provides a straightforward approach to investing in a selection of Canada’s top… Read More

Q: Hi, Pat and team, what are your thoughts on Whitecap Resources (TSX:WCP)? They seem to check a lot of boxes for me in the small-cap energy sector. I know you warn of risks of growth by acquisition. What’s your take? Cheers!

A: Whitecap Resources Inc., $9.51, symbol WCP on Toronto (Shares outstanding: 626.3 million; Market cap: $6.1 billion; www.wcap.ca), produces and explores for oil and natural gas in Western Canada. Oil makes up 74% of its daily output; the remaining 26% is gas.

In the three months… Read More