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Like Trump, Kevin O'Leary only needs voters to take him seriously: Aaron Wherry
Perhaps all prime ministers end up becoming television characters, but Kevin O'Leary is the first TV character to run for prime minister. His background is in business but his fame is based on his work as the tough-talking, unforgiving judge on Dragons ...
Trade, trade-offs, and O'Leary: three ways politics touched Canadians this week
Another Dragon entering political ring?
Kevin O'Leary promises to scrap the carbon tax if elected prime minister
Trudeau congratulates Trump, citing 'robust' trade and security ties
OTTAWA — Boost defence spending, dial down the volume on battling climate change and find a bridge or energy project to build together. That was the expert advice Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received Friday on how to get along with new U.S ...
Justin Trudeau's winter of discontent has begun
Mandryk: The definition of populism has been stretched
5 Trump cabinet members Canada will come to know best, and their Canadian counterparts
Hope Blooms founder glad Arlene Dickinson spoke 'her truth' about Kevin O'Leary
The founder of Hope Blooms, a youth-run business that sells salad dressing, says she was surprised but appreciative to find the Halifax group mentioned in a blunt critique of federal Conservative leadership hopeful Kevin O'Leary. Jessie Jollymore said ...
Former TV Dragon Arlene Dickinson says politics not in cards for her, for now
Ex-Dragons' Den star Arlene Dickinson denies political aspirations
Canadian caught trying to smuggle nearly 60 kilos of cocaine sentenced to 10 years in US prison
A 37-year-old Canadian who was caught with 59 kilos of cocaine has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in U.S. District Court in Seattle. The U.S. Department of Justice said Friday that Martin Briand, who is also a French citizen, was sentenced for ...
Canadian caught with nearly 60 Kilos of cocaine gets long prison stretch
B.C.'s Christy Clark no longer receiving stipend from party
British Columbia Premier Christy Clark speaks about the province's climate action plan at the still under construction Carbon Capture and Conversion Institute, in Richmond, B.C., on Friday August 19, 2016. (Darryl Dyck/CP). NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. ...
No winning ticket for Friday's $50M Lotto Max jackpot
TORONTO -- No winning ticket was sold for the $50 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. However, one of the two Maxmillion prizes up for grabs was claimed by a ticket purchased somewhere in Quebec. The jackpot for the next Lotto Max draw on ...
Tim Jones Peak in B.C. named in honour of rescue volunteer
Tim Jones worked as an advanced life support paramedic and led North Shore Rescue for many years, developing training techniques that allowed the group to perform rescue operations at the highest level. Share on Facebook. Tweet ...
Peak on Mount Seymour to be named after former NSR leader Tim Jones
Tim Jones Peak being named in honour of search and rescue leader
North Shore peak named after search and rescue leader Tim Jones
Customer attacked in Saskatoon armed robbery
A man with a metal bar allegedly assaulted a customer during an armed robbery in Saskatoon on Friday. Police say the robbery happened at a business on the 400 block of 33rd Street W. shortly after 8:30 p.m. CST. Police use taser to subdue knife ...
Customer assaulted by armed suspect during robbery at Saskatoon business
Police looking for suspect after armed robbery
Man robs business with metal bar, assaults customer