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Velshi hosted The Business News, Canada's first prime time business news hour. He anchored several shows including Insights, Business Unusual, Street Sweep, Your Money, and co-hosted The Money Gang with Pat Kiernan before the network closed down in December 2004.Reassigned to the main CNN network, he remained a business anchor and reporter posted, initially, to CNN's early morning program, Daybreak.
Tragic events during 2008 brought Velshi more airtime, including reporting from the now-destroyed Marriott Hotel in Islamabad, Pakistan, and Ike, Velshi appeared on air day and night on location from hurricane-stricken areas, as the storms hit.
Velshi's hurricane reporting started in 2005 during Katrina, where he reported live during the evacuation of an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, and then from damaged oil facilities in Eastern Texas and Southern Louisiana During the financial crisis of 2008, Velshi again appeared on television frequently throughout the day on shows like American Morning and Anderson Cooper 360°, and took viewers' live calls during special editions of Your Money, and during his weekly call-in radio show.
Velshi has also been critical of Peter King's hearings on Islamic radicalization in the United States as a form of Islamophobia and branding King as "naive".
Velshi supports the separation of mosque and state and rejects "Political Islam" which requires the implementation of Sharia law.
On May 12th, 2015 the show re-launched as Ali Velshi on Target.