And isn't ironic, that the most excited business are the marijuana growers. **sigh** Remains to be seen how things will go, but most businesses are adopting a "wait and see" attitude on what the new government is going to do. After his father's fiasco with the businesses in the energy sector, it's understandable that they're somewhat jittery with the election results. He's already stated he plans on lowering taxes for the middle class and jacking them up for the highest earners. At 43, he's the second youngest PM to be elected in Canada. (The first didn't last a year after being tossed out on his ass by a vote of no confidence.) I get the distinct impression that he's not really ready for the job, and I suspect the country is going to pay dearly for it. The Conservatives really screwed things up over the past couple of years. The government's anti-terrorism bill (C-51) was worded so poorly, that it gives broad powers to the intelligence agencies and police. It's probably the biggest single reason why they lost the election. In addition, we're seeing the same polarization that the US has been experiencing in politics. Much of the younger voters couldn't stand Harper just because he was a Conservative. Didn't matter that the country has remained fairly strong financially. So, another election based pretty much solely on idealism, rather than who's going to be best for the country. I truly hope Trudeau doesn't follow in his father's footsteps and really foul things up. But I can't help but see a lot of his father's dogma in his speeches and I suspect that Canada is going to suffer for it. It will be interesting to see how those who voted for him react if (when?) the shit hits the fan.