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Annual Results Report

About Annual Results: The Annual Results financial report focuses on company assets, revenue, net income and earnings per share (EPS) over the most recent annual period. The report also highlights three-year percentage growth in revenue, net income and EPS.

When viewing a financial report, you have three currency options: You can view the data in the currency in which the company originally reported its financial statements (As Reported); view the data in Canadian dollars; or view the data in U.S. dollars. Each report links to price charts, news and additional information on each company or index displayed on the report.

Company: Click on the company's name (when underlined) to view its corporate snapshot. These snapshots provide a brief description of the company's area(s) of concentration, its main sources of revenue, its annual financials, contact information, industry competitors and key corporate personnel.

Find out More: Click the dollar sign icon to view a quote for the stock or index. Click the a chart icon to view a price and volume chart for the individual security or index. Click the news icon to view news specific to the latest news on the company. Click the company icon to view a company snapshot.

Fiscal Year End: The year-end date of financial results. Example: March 31, 1999.

Most Recent Annual Period - Assets (in Millions of dollars): Assets, as presented by the company, at the most recent fiscal year end.

Most Recent Annual Period - EPS (in Millions of dollars): EPS stands for earnings per share. The EPS for the most recent annual period is calculated based on net income for the trailing 12 month-period, meaning that net income figures are based on the company's last four quarterly financial reports. The formula for EPS is earnings before extraordinary gains and losses, less preferred-share dividends, divided by all common shares outstanding at the most recent fiscal year end. Net income, or earnings, refers to the company's after-tax profits before extraordinary gains or extraordinary losses for the most recent annual period.

Most Recent Annual Period - Net Income ('000s): Net income refers to the company's after-tax profits before extraordinary gains or extraordinary losses for the most recent annual period. Net income is also known as net earnings.

Most Recent Annual Period - Revenue ('000s): Revenue consists of total revenue from operations, less sales and excise taxes, plus income from investments and any other pretax income during the most recent fiscal year.

Symbol: Click a security symbol to view the latest available quote along with a six-day performance table and company news. Click on an index symbol to view the latest quote for the index, and the gainers, losers and most active securities traded on that index during the current or latest trading day.

3-Year Annual Growth (%) - EPS: EPS stands for earnings per share. EPS growth is calculated based on simple percentage EPS growth over a three year-period. The EPS for the most recent annual period is calculated based on net income for the trailing 12 month-period, meaning that net income figures are based on the company's last four quarterly financial reports. The formula for EPS is earnings before extraordinary gains and losses, less preferred-share dividends, divided by all common shares outstanding over the last three years.

3-Year Annual Growth (%) - Net Income: Figures are calculated based on simple percentage growth in net income over a three year-period. Net income refers to the company's after-tax profits before extraordinary gains or extraordinary losses for the most recent annual period. Net income is also known as net earnings.

3-Year Annual Growth (%) - Revenue: Figures are calculated based on simple percentage growth in revenue over a three year-period. Revenue consists of total revenue from operations, less sales and excise taxes, plus income from investments and any other pretax income during the most recent quarter. Figures are calculated based on simple percentage growth in revenue over a three year-period.

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