Changes looming for all parties following Manitoba election

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WINNIPEG - It's the day after the Manitoba election, and politicians are planning for changes.

Premier Greg Selinger says there will be a "tweaking" of his cabinet to replace some ministers who retired, but no major overhaul.

Selinger says there will be a throne speech and brief legislature session in late November.

The Tories, meanwhile, have to plan a leadership convention to replace Hugh McFadyen (mihk-FAH'-din), who announced on election night he is quitting as party leader.

Liberal Leader Jon Gerrard, who retained the party's lone seat in the legislature, is going to spend a few days thinking about his future.

Elections Manitoba is looking at least one recount — in the Kirkfield Park constituency in Winnipeg, which was won narrowly by the NDP.

Geographic location: Manitoba

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