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Bank of Facebook: A financial analyst says the Libra is 'an absurd idea'
Facebook wants to launch a global digital currency called Libra, which would be backed by real assets. Financial analyst Matt Stoller says that would take the tech giant out of the realm of business and into the world of sovereign states.
More Canadians report high levels of happiness after age 55: survey
Dense breast awareness has skyrocketed in the past year, says advocate
Canada's women's World Cup exit leaves bitter taste
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'Gravity isn't my friend,' Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques says as he and his crewmates return to Earth
After Quebec's secularism law, Muslim women gather to figure out, 'What can we do now?'
Inside the secret, million-dollar world of baby eel trafficking
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