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Centre Ciaran Hearn set up the game’s first try, passing for Jeff Hassler to slide over.
Scotland produced a quick response as Laidlaw fed Grant Gilchrist for his first Scotland try and the skipper’s conversion gave his side a 10-8 lead.
Strokosch’s injury forced a significant delay but, when play resumed, Laidlaw was again on hand to kick truly as Scotland moved 13-8 ahead by the break.
A pair of Pritchard penalties saw Canada hit the front in the second half and, although Stuart Hogg responded with a monster 50-metre kick, the hosts took the lead again when Pritchard, shortly after hitting the post, kicked another three-pointer.
Scotland were scrappy in attack throughout, just as they were in last week’s 24-6 win over the United States, but Laidlaw played a lone hand for his side.
And his third penalty ultimately proved enough as the late drama cost Canada ” and Pritchard ” a chance of victory.
Scotland will next face Argentina on Friday, knowing improvement is essential if they are to make it three wins on the trot.
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