Keyword: growing dividends

Saputo remains a buy

Saputo Inc. disappointed the market by earning less in fiscal 2021. But its international operations are growing. Saputo remains a buy.

Saputo Inc. (TSX—SAP) earned a little less in fiscal 2021,   Read More

Empire acquiring 51% of Longo’s

Empire Company, Canada’s second-largest grocery supermarket chain, is growing through the acquisition of 51 per cent of Longo’s.

Stellarton, Nova Scotia-based consumer goods stock Empire Company (TSX—EMP.A), with yearly sales of   Read More

Couche-Tard’s next stop: Asia

Executive chairman Alain Bouchard wants consumer stock Couche-Tard “to become the world’s preferred destination for convenience and fuel.”

Montreal-based consumer goods stock Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (TSX—ATD.B) operates nearly 14,350 stores worldwide.   Read More

Couche-Tard’s next stop: Asia

Executive chairman Alain Bouchard wants consumer stock Couche-Tard “to become the world’s preferred destination for convenience and fuel.”

Montreal-based consumer goods stock Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (TSX—ATD.B) operates nearly 14,350 stores worldwide.   Read More

Making cash from your trash

Waste management stock Waste Connections Inc. is a buy for long-term share price gains and small, but growing dividends.

Many of us are producing more garbage and paying more to have   Read More

2 consumer retail stocks to buy

Here are two disparate consumer retail stocks to buy. One is an established blue chip stock, a 70-year-old dividend aristocrat that operates drug stores, supermarkets and other grocery stores. The   Read More

7 beverage stocks to buy

On ‘The Back Page’, a weekly feature that examines the market outlook with a focus on a particular industry, The Investment Reporter recently rated seven beverage stocks as ‘buys’—including Molson   Read More