Filling the O'Leary void - Calgary Sun

Kevin O'Leary Conservative leadership candidate, Kevin O'Leary, speaks to members and supporters at a meet and greet in Burlington, Ont., on Sunday, March 5, 2017. Celebrity investor and reality-TV star O'Leary has quit the federal Conservative ...

From New Jersey, O'Leary calls himself 'kingmaker' for Bernier - iPolitics.ca (subscription)

Conservative Party leadership candidate Maxime Bernier (left) shakes hands with Kevin O'Leary at a news conference in Toronto, Wednesday, April 26, 2017, after it was announced that O'Leary had quit the leadership race and thrown his support behind ...

O'Leary Says He Bailed From Conservative Race Because He Couldn't Win - The Daily Caller

Former front-running Conservative Party of Canada candidate Kevin O'Leary says he bailed from the race last week because he couldn't deliver the majority government that he was promising his supporters. The “Shark Tank” television star shocked the ...

OPINION: What was Kevin O'Leary thinking? - Hamilton Spectator

Businessman's exit from the Conservative leadership race was as perplexing as his entry. We may never know his true motivations. Conservative Party. Nathan Denette,The Canadian Press. Conservative Party leadership candidate Maxime Bernier (left) and ...

Revenge of the comment section: Could any of these Conservative candidates defeat Trudeau? - CBC.ca

Hours before the final debate of the Conservative leadership race, Kevin O'Leary dropped out of the race and endorsed Maxime Bernier. Reactions to the last-minute move were mixed, but there was one thing CBC commenters largely agreed upon: this slew ...

Kevin O'Leary cites selflessness in ending leadership bid - CTV News

OTTAWA -- Former Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary says quitting the race was the right thing to do because he wouldn't have been able to deliver a majority government for the party. "It would have been selfish to just go for the ...

Kevin O'Leary to quit Canadian politics - AppsforPCdaily

Interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose thanked O'Leary for taking part in the race and focusing on young Canadians, who she said will be saddled with the bad economic decisions of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The endorsement by O'Leary will ...

Kevin O'Leary to exit Conservative leadership race - ClickLancashire

"There's no other candidate that connects with the young with the way I can", he said. On the campaign trail, the two weren't exactly the best of friends. "I'm a numbers guy", O'Leary told reporters on Wednesday. More recent polling obtained by CBC ...

O'Leary quits Tory race - Alive For Football

Kevin O'Leary's surprise exit from the federal Conservative leadership race sparked instant arguing among Tory insiders over their widely varying estimates of how numerous reality TV star's big block of supporters will now follow his advice and switch ...

Maxime Bernier, the federal Conservative leadership frontrunner, is actually a rock-ribbed conservative - Calgary Sun

Maxime Bernier Candidate Maxime Bernier addresses a Conservative Party leadership debate Monday, February 13, 2017 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson. Article. Tweet. Change text size for the story; Print this story. Report an error ...

World full o'surprises - BCLocalNews

Wow, didn't see that one coming. No, not the lumber duties. We all knew President Donny would be an uber-protectionist on trade, more on that in a minute. No, I'm talking about Kevin O'Leary dropping out of the Conservative Leadership race and ...

Kevin O'Leary on leaving the fight he seemed to relish - Globalnews.ca

Kevin O'Leary stunned many Conservative Party voters across Canada (Liberals and New Democrat voters too) this week, announcing he was leaving the race for CPC leadership, endorsing rival Maxime Bernier. Today Kevin O'Leary joins me in Hr 1.

Trade, procurement and Kevin O'Leary: three ways politics mattered this week - News1130

OTTAWA – Politics groupies suddenly found themselves this week discussing the pros and cons of cupping, of all things, after the prime minister popped up on a podcast with telltale purple circles on his forearms. Cupping, just FYI, is an alternative ...

Kevin O'Leary drops out of Conservative leadership race - ClickLancashire

Celebrity investor and reality-TV star Kevin O'Leary is quitting the federal Conservative leadership race and throwing his support behind Quebec rival Maxime Bernier. "That will hand the next government to the Liberal party of Canada". This can not be ...

Kevin O'Leary Quits Conservative Leadership Race - AppsforPCdaily

"I've always said this right from the very beginning, that this leadership race is going to be a very serious fight between the progressive conservatives and the right of the party", the Democracy Watch co-founder told National Observer. But then ...

I'm Out: 'Shark Tank' star drops Canadian political bid - Alive For Football

Just hours after making a campaign stop in Hamilton Kevin O'Leary is announcing his intention to drop out of the Conservative leadership race and will throw his support behind Maxime Bernier. Second choices are enormously important in the Conservative ...

Look beyond the jesters, and you'll find real, live progressive conservatives in the CPC race: Neil Macdonald - CBC.ca

Well, Mr. Wonderful certainly deserves credit for self-awareness. In the end, Kevin O'Leary was sensible enough to realize Quebecers would probably not embrace any leader whose French is lousy to nonexistent, especially someone who was born in ...

Local MP Shipley Won't Miss CPC Candidate O'Leary - pppFocus

The other Quebec candidate in the race, Steven Blaney, said since he also supports supply management, he feels he can capitalize on O'Leary's Quebec support. April 26: O'Leary announces he's quitting the race, just hours before the final party debate.

National Affairs: Quebec was not the only wall in his way - Medicine Hat News

Businessman Kevin O'Leary says he is pulling out of the campaign to succeed Stephen Harper because he is not convinced he could carry enough votes in Quebec to beat Justin Trudeau in the 2019 election. Fair enough. But chances are he would never ...

“Loudmouth” Kevin O'Leary Couldn't Handle Politics And Drops Out Of Conservative Leadership Race - South Asian Link

Kevin O'Leary, former Dragons' Den TV star admits he cannot defeat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in next election, whom he earlier scolded as an incompetent and vowed to show him how to run Canada. O'Leary is dropping out of the Conservative ...