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Commemorative loonie marking progress for LGBTQ2 people unveiled in Toronto

by The Canadian Press
The Royal Canadian Mint is unveiling a new commemorative loonie today, shown in a handout photo, meant to mark what it calls a key milestone for lesbian, gay, transgender, queer and two-spirited people in the country.

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