|Canadian Pacific Railway Limited - CP.t was founded in 1881 to physically unite Canada and Canadians from coast to coast.|
Canadian Pacific spun out its five subsidiaries into separate companies in late 2001. CPR's 14,000-mile network extends from the Port of Vancouver to The Port of Montreal, and to the U.S. industrial centers of Chicago, Newark, Philadelphia, Washington, New York City and Buffalo.
The Globe and Mail attempts to identify profitable and undervalued Canadian large caps in its Tuesday, Jan. 10, edition. The Globe's Craig McGee writes in the Number Cruncher column.
Mr. McGee's recommended undervalued large-cap stocks are Magna International, Quebecor, Constellation Software, CI Financial, Dollarama, Canadian Pacific Railway, Teck Resources, Atco and Keyera.