Mail-in delays and recounts: Canada’s election tallying drags on

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By Julie Gordon OTTAWA (Reuters) – Three days after Canada’s federal election, the final tally of seats remained unclear on Thursday, with mail-in ballots still being counted in some regions and at least one electoral district facing an automatic recount. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals were handed another minority mandate late on Monday, in an election that ended with all the major parties holding virtually the same number of seats they had before the vote was called. A handful of seats remain too close to call, as election workers across the country continue to count ballots. Those …

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