There's plenty of old money families in Canada that have children who are living it up because of their family name. With plenty of heirs and heiresses to vast Canadian fortunes, some of the last names you see on here won't come as any surprise to you!
Families such as Rogers, Weston, and Bitove often appear on "richest Canadians" lists. Some of the heirs and heiresses listed here are worth billions. And keep in mind, many other children, grandchildren, and the like are out of the public eye. We couldn't even find some of their names!
If you've ever wondered who are the richest heirs and heiresses in Canada, keep on reading!
The son of Magna International CEO, Donald Walker, is a known DJ and Instagram personality. Originally from Aurora, Ontario, Frank Walker is often seen partying it up with celebrities and DJing in Toronto's nightclubs.
Her father Daryl has a net worth of $3.1 billion, making him the 12th wealthiest person in Canada, according to Forbes.
JJ Wilson is the son of Lululemon Athletica's CEO Chip Wilson. JJ has started off on his own and helped start Kit and Ace, an internationally known clothing brand based in British Columbia. The company was sold in 2018.
Chloe Rogers is the daughter of Rogers Communications Chairman, Ed Rogers. Her family is known to be one of the top richest families in Canada. Chloe is a signed and published model for Elite Modeling and currently attends fashion school in London.
Her father is David Thomson, chairman of Thomson Reuters, one of the largest mass media corporations in the world. He is worth an estimated $30.7 billion, making him Canada's richest person.
Graydon Weston is the young 10-year-old son of Galen Weston Jr. and the grandson of Galen Weston. His father is the CEO of Loblaws and his grandfather is the chairman of the company, along with the Selfridges Group. It's safe to say that Graydon is set for life.