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Windsor man embarks on 17-day walk from Detroit to Nashville

As a seasoned guitar player and the owner of a music-themed lounge in downtown Windsor, Michael Showers knows a thing or two about the power of a good melody on a person’s soul — but his mission to walk more than 850 kilometres through four U.S. states might be his greatest hit yet.

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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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Tunnel to stay open during NFL Draft in Detroit

And a lot more traffic will be crossing into Detroit later this month as the city hosts the NFL Draft. The Windsor-Detroit Tunnel will stay open, but getting around once you’re on the U.S. side might be a challenge.

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How a DNA test solved the biggest mystery in one man's life

At 76 years old, Paul McLister learned the family he'd grown up with had kept a massive secret from him all his life. He also found answers to questions he'd pondered since childhood, and gained a whole new family — all because of a DNA test kit.

The shadow war between Iran and Israel has been exposed. What happens next?

Iran’s unprecedented attack on Israel early Sunday marked a change in approach for Tehran, which had relied on proxies across the Middle East since the start of the Israel-Hamas war in October. All eyes are now on whether Israel chooses to take further military action, while Washington seeks diplomatic measures instead to ease regional tensions.

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