Topic: How To Invest

What is Pat’s commentary for the week of October 29, 2019

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Here’s a special report from our research team on the October 21, 2019, Canadian Federal election. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals lost their majority but held on to a minority government with 157 seats (170 are needed for a majority). The Liberals failed to win any seats in Alberta or Saskatchewan. The Conservatives won a total of 121 seats and the NDP, 24. The Bloc Quebecois reclaimed official party status and took third place from the NDP with 32 seats. The Green Party now has three seats, and former Liberal cabinet minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould was the sole independent candidate elected. The Liberals have put forward a range of policies since they were elected to a majority in 2015. Now, if they want to pass any new legislation, they will need the support of at least 13 opposition members drawn from either the Conservatives, the Bloc or the NDP. The U.S. has a huge influence on our economy What the Liberals do going…

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