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My vote for BMO IL would be the no gimmick, no hidden charge, zero commission suite of 72 ETFs. Buy one share at a time if one wants. Who needs mutual funds?

Caveat: I think BMO IL may have a $50 annual charge for RESPs under a certain value. In which case one would have to have one other account with them to cross the $15?k or $25?k threshold for fee-free accounts. Would have to check their FAQ on commissions and fees.
I agree with the above. We have been with BMO Investorline for 20+ years and are quite happy with them.
 

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National Bank has commission-free trading. I haven't opened an account yet, but I do plan on switching to them. A link to their website is below.

I have switched to NBDB from Questrade. Opened account online. Phoned in and asked to do transfer in kind. Transfer in kind took two business days.
 
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