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In likely tight Canadian vote, deciding who governs could take weeks Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Opinion polls suggest no party will gain a majority of seats in the Canadian election on Oct. 21. That leaves the two frontrunners - Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative opposition leader Andrew Scheer - trying to govern with a minority. Six parties are contesting the election.  Full Article

 
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As 'Cannabis 2.0' kicks off in Canada, industry strangled by limited retail outlets 1:53pm EDT 

(Reuters) - A year after Canada legalized use of recreational marijuana cannabis stocks have lost half their market value, and investors betting that the launch of higher-margin pot-infused drinks and other products will quickly lift shares may be in for a bumpy ride.  Full Article  

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In likely tight Canadian vote, deciding who governs could take weeks Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Opinion polls suggest no party will gain a majority of seats in the Canadian election on Oct. 21. That leaves the two frontrunners - Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative opposition leader Andrew Scheer - trying to govern with a minority. Six parties are contesting the election.  Full Article