Why Windsor soccer fans say Canada's World Cup performance was about more than wins and losses

Natalie Fantinic, left, and Aaliyah Faddoul say Canada's men's national soccer team has inspired young people across the country to pursue soccer, despite the team going winless in its first World Cup appearance in 36 years pictured in Windsor, Ont. on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022. (Sanjay Maru/CTV News Windsor) Natalie Fantinic, left, and Aaliyah Faddoul say Canada's men's national soccer team has inspired young people across the country to pursue soccer, despite the team going winless in its first World Cup appearance in 36 years pictured in Windsor, Ont. on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022. (Sanjay Maru/CTV News Windsor)

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Australia is removing monarchy from its bank notes

Australia is removing the monarchy from its bank notes. The nation's new $5 bill will feature an Indigenous design rather than an image of King Charles III. But the king is still expected to appear on coins that currently bear the image of the late Queen Elizabeth II.