Kevin O’Leary is way too boring to be called Canada’s Donald Trump: Robyn Urback
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Kevin O’Leary is way too boring to be called Canada’s Donald Trump: Robyn Urback

To call Kevin O’Leary “Canada’s Donald Trump” is to grossly overstate how interesting O’Leary is as a candidate. Apologies to the believers, but O’Leary is an actor. He’s playing…

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Avalanche destroys Italian hotel, 3 bodies found and over 2 dozen missing
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Avalanche destroys Italian hotel, 3 bodies found and over 2 dozen missing

A huge avalanche swallowed up a luxury mountain hotel in central Italy after a series of strong earthquakes rocked the area, burying up to 30 people under tonnes of…

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In the Year of the Rooster, China’s leadership sizes up Trump
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In the Year of the Rooster, China’s leadership sizes up Trump

This story is one in a series of articles looking at how different countries are preparing for the presidency of Donald Trump, who is being inaugurated on Jan. 20. The…

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Brad Trost calls Kevin O’Leary ‘a chicken’ for missing French debate
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Brad Trost calls Kevin O’Leary ‘a chicken’ for missing French debate

Federal Conservative Party leadership candidate Brad Trost said that Kevin O’Leary’s entry into the leadership race the day after a French-language debate shows a lack of courage. Trost, the…

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Free leftovers? Quebec City restaurant’s plan to feed the hungry draws visit from inspectors
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Free leftovers? Quebec City restaurant’s plan to feed the hungry draws visit from inspectors

A Quebec City restaurant’s initiative to offer leftovers from customers’ plates to people otherwise going hungry has prompted a visit by provincial food safety inspectors. Soupe Cie, a restaurant…

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B.C. jury to begin deliberations for men accused of smuggling nearly 500 Tamil migrants
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B.C. jury to begin deliberations for men accused of smuggling nearly 500 Tamil migrants

A jury in Vancouver is expected to begin deliberations on Thursday in the case of four men accused of smuggling hundreds of Tamil migrants into Canada. Justice William…

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Vancouver strata blocks Moby Dick franchise from opening over ‘offensive’ name, lawsuit alleges
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Vancouver strata blocks Moby Dick franchise from opening over ‘offensive’ name, lawsuit alleges

A Vancouver business is suing its strata corporation for refusing to allow the opening of a Moby Dick fish and chips franchise location, due in part to an “offensive”…

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No parole for Kelly Ellard, convicted of killing Victoria teen Reena Virk in 1997
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No parole for Kelly Ellard, convicted of killing Victoria teen Reena Virk in 1997

Kelly Ellard says since the recent birth of her child she sees the world through different eyes but that wasn’t enough to convince one Parole Board of Canada member that…

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‘I listened to you,’ O’Leary tells supporters, kicking off Conservative leadership bid
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‘I listened to you,’ O’Leary tells supporters, kicking off Conservative leadership bid

It’s finally official: Kevin O’Leary is running to become leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. After months of flirting with the idea, he picked the morning after…

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Wapekeka First Nation asked for suicide-prevention funds months before deaths of 2 girls
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Wapekeka First Nation asked for suicide-prevention funds months before deaths of 2 girls

First Nations leaders in northern Ontario say the federal government ignored their pleas to help a group of suicidal children last summer and is only now stepping forward…

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