The Rising Loonie Edition

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Posted on July 28, 2017

Navireads is a weekly digest of some of the best stories we found on the web. Here’s what we were reading the week of July 28, 2017.

Rising Loonie: Who Wins And Who Loses? ~ Loonie touches 80 cents for the first time since June 2015| CBC

Why The Loonie Shot Higher. And What It Means For You ~ The Canadian economy is back in high gear and global markets have taken notice | Macleans

Experts Weigh In On Pros And Cons Of Rising Loonie | CTV

How We Can Fend Off Fake News ~ Fake news accusations mess with the public’s trust in mainstream media | Huffington Post

The Future Of Fake News: Don’t Believe Everything You Read, See Or Hear ~ A new breed of video and audio manipulation tools allow for the creation of realistic looking news footage, like the now infamous fake Obama speech | The Guardian

Anthony Scaramucci’s Uncensored Rant: Foul Words And Threats To Have Priebus Fired | The New York Times

Small Talk Is An Overrated Way To Build Relationships With Your Employees | Harvard Business Review

Twitter Is Now Losing Users In The U.S. | CNN

Why Are Undocumented Immigrants Smuggled By Truck? | NPR

Starbucks Puts Spotlight On China As U.S. Growth Cools | Reuters

Ultra Low-Cost Carriers Are Finally Coming To Canada ~ Maybe one day we’ll no longer be amongst the priciest countries in the world for flights | Huffington Post

Hillary Clinton Will Open Up About the 2016 Election in Her New Book ‘What Happened’ | Vulture

Coca-Cola Is Replacing Coke Zero With A New Drink ~If you love Coke Zero, you’d better stock up on it: Coca-Cola is ditching the drink | CNN

The Toronto Islands Are Finally Set To Reopen | BlogTO

 

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