Dividend History


2021 Quarterly Dividends

Year Dividend Declaration Date Amount Record Date Payment Date
2021 October 27 $0.01 per common share December 15 December 31
2021 July 29 $0.01 per common share September 15 September 30
2021 April 22 $0.01 per common share June 15 June 30
2021 February 18 $0.01 per common share March 15 March 31

Historical Dividend Information

Year Annualized Dividend
2020 $0.04 per common share
2019 $0.04 per common share
2018 $1.14 per common share
2017 $1.48 per common share
2016 $1.48 per common share
2015 $1.48 per common share
2014 $1.30 per common share
2013 $1.30 per common share
2012 $1.30 per common share
2011 $1.00 per common share

Canadian Shareholders

Maxar Technologies Inc. hereby advises all shareholders that all dividends and deemed dividends paid on its common shares will be designated as “eligible dividends” for Canadian income tax purposes. This designation will apply until a notification of a change is posted on this website. If you have any questions regarding the taxation of eligible dividends, please contact your Canadian tax advisor or your local office of the Canada Revenue Agency.

Non-Canadian Shareholders

Dividends paid to residents in countries with which Canada has a bilateral tax treaty are generally subject to a 15 percent Canadian non-resident withholding tax. Shareholders who have not provided Form NR301 or other applicable form will be subject to the full statutory rate of 25 percent Canadian non-resident withholding tax. Additionally, certain shareholders that are U.S. persons (or that are presumed to be U.S. persons) for U.S. federal income tax purposes may be subject to backup withholding (currently at a rate of 28 percent) if such U.S. person fails to provide an accurate taxpayer identification number (generally on an IRS form W-9 provided to the U.S. holder's broker) or is otherwise subject to backup withholding.

Shareholders who are not resident in Canada are advised to consult their own tax advisors to determine the rate of withholding applicable to dividends paid on common shares having regard to their particular circumstances. Non-resident shareholders who may be eligible for a reduced rate of withholding tax on dividends pursuant to any applicable income tax convention should consult with their own tax advisors with respect to taking all appropriate steps in this regard.