From Steve Nash to Chief Clarence Louie, these Canadians stand out for their successful business startups.
Canada is full of successful entrepreneurs, but it takes a transformative product to stand out. It's no wonder that our most celebrated businessmen and women have introduced the world to smartphones, yoga pants and Cirque de Soleil. But not every fabulous entrepreneur has appeared on an episode of "Dragons' Den." Some are better known for other pursuits, like NBA superstar Steve Nash. Others are young upstarts with limitless potential, like Devon Brooks, the co-founder of a popular blow-dry-only hair salon. Still, regardless of their differences, the following Canadian entrepreneurs are all fabulous and all worth celebrating.
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