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For all the political and economic headwinds around the world last year, 2016 proved to be a surprisingly strong year for Canadian M&A. In fact, figures compiled by Crosbie & Co. show a total of $331.5-billion in announced M&A activity in which a Canadian company was a major party, up from $275.7-billion in 2015.

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