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From bank robberies to homicides and missing person cases, Canada has its fair share of unsolved mysteries over the decades. <br><br>Here is a look at 15 famous cases that remained unsolved.<br><br>Warning: This gallery includes disturbing details.
A backyard in late winter in Windsor, Ont. (Source: Jim Douglas)

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