Top 10 Richest People in Canada Today 2015

Canada is one of the beautiful countries in the North America. This country is composed of several progressive cities such as Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Quebec, and Ottawa that happens to be the capital city of the said country. When it comes to wealth, here are the top 10 richest people in Canada in 2015:

10. Mark Scheinberg

Mark Scheinberg

This young entrepreneur is 41 years old and already has a net worth of $4.1 billion. His unbelievable higher income comes from the online poker company he currently owns known as PokerStars. He founded it in 2001 together with Isai Scheinberg, who happens to be his father.

9. Emanuele Saputo

Emanuele Saputo

This 78-year-old successful businessman is living in Quebec, Canada. His net worth reaches as much as $4.2 billion. This high income comes from the family company he is running, which is known as Saputo Inc. This company manufactures milk products and cheese.

8. Garrett Camp

Garrett Camp

This young billionaire has a net worth of $5.3 billion in his current age of 36. His wealth mainly comes from the car-hire company he cofounded. Such company is known as Uber. Currently, he’s the Uber’s chairman. Within the past months, this company is performing well in the industry.

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7. Arthur Irving

Arthur Irving

The residence of this Canadian billionaire is in Saint John, Canada. He’s 85 years of age, and his net worth reaches $5.5 billion. He’s the owner of the largest oil refinery in Canada known as Irving Oil. His assets cover 900 gas stations that operate not only in Canada, but in northeastern US as well.

6. Loretta Robinson

Loretta Robinson

Loretta Anne Robinson is a billionaire, living in Toronto, Canada. She’s 76 years old, and she has a net worth of $5.8 billion. She actually becomes rich because of the big-time media company she owns known as Rogers Communications. She’s managing the company with the help of her 4 children.

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