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'Dragons' Den' Casts Manjit Minhas, Michele Romanow

03/25/2015 05:35 EDT | Updated 03/25/2015 05:59 EDT

The "Dragons' Den" won't quite look the same when production begins on season 10 next month.

Brewer Manjit Minhas and e-commerce entrepreneur Michele Romanow will join Joe Fresh founder Joseph Mimran as new dragons who will grill budding entrepreneurs on the popular CBC program, it was confirmed Wednesday.

Calgary-based Minhas is the co-owner of Minhas Breweries and Distillery.

The company makes all Kirkland brand beer for Costco throughout the world, and all craft beers sold under the Trader Joe's name in the United States, said CBC.

Romanow, meanwhile, co-founded Buytopia.ca, which has lately been ranked third on a list of the quickest growing companies in Canada.

She also founded Snapsaves, a mobile savings platform that was sold to Groupon.

In joining the den, Minhas and Romanow become the third and fourth female cast members in 10 seasons, after Jennifer Wood and Arlene Dickinson.

Dickinson, CEO of Venture Communications, is leaving the show alongside "The Wealthy Barber" author David Chilton and restaurateur Vikram Vij.

The latter, a Vancouver-based businessman, is leaving after a single season to focus on a flagship restaurant on the West Coast, said a Wednesday news release.

Jim Treliving and Michael Wekerle remain part of the cast.

Filming begins April 13.

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