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DIVIDENDS ON CLASS A NON-VOTING AND CLASS B VOTING SHARES

All dividends paid on Canadian Utilities Limited shares on or after January 1, 2006 are designated "eligible dividends" for Canadian income tax purposes unless Canadian Utilities Limited indicates otherwise. 

Please note that effective January 10, 2019, Canadian Utilities' Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP) was suspended, and then subsequently reinstated effective January 13, 2022. For more information on DRIP please visit the page here.

Payment Date Record Date Ex-Dividend Date Amount*
2022

Mar 01

June 01

Sep 01

Dec 01

Feb 03

May 05

Aug 04

Nov 03

Feb 02

May 04

Aug 03

Nov 02

0.4442

0.4442

0.4442

0.4442

2021

Mar 01
Jun 01
Sep 01

Dec 01

Feb 04
May 06
Aug 05

Nov 04

Feb 03
May 05
Aug 04

Nov 03

0.4398
0.4398
0.4398

0.4398

2020

Mar 01
Jun 01
Sep 01
Dec 01

Feb 06
May 07
Aug 06
Nov 05

Feb 05
May 06
Aug 05
Nov 04

0.4354
0.4354
0.4354
0.4354

2019

Mar 01

Jun 01

Sep 01

Dec 01

Feb 07

May 09

Aug 08

Nov 07

Feb 06

May 08

Aug 07

Nov 06

0.4227

0.4227

0.4227

0.4227

2018

Mar 01

Jun 01

Sep 01

Dec 01

Mar 08

May 10

Aug 10

Nov 09

Feb 07

May 09

Aug 09

Nov 08

0.3933

0.3933

0.3933

0.3933

2017

Mar 01

Jun 01

Sep 01

Dec 01

Feb 06

May 09

Aug 10

Nov 09

Feb 02

May 05

Aug 08

Nov 08

0.3575

0.3575

0.3575

0.3575

*Dividend amounts adjusted to reflect stock splits

For advice on the income tax consequences of receiving eligible dividends, consult your tax advisor. More information about the taxation of eligible dividends is also available from the Canada Revenue Agency.  

 

CU Stock Split History

  • On June 14, 2013, Canadian Utilities effected a two-for-one stock split.
  • On August 29, 2005, Canadian Utilities effected a two-for-one stock split. Dividends have been adjusted to reflect this split.
  • On September 10, 1982, each CU common share was exchanged for one CU Class A stock and one CU Class B share.