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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Biden in State of Union urges U.S. Congress: 'Finish the job'

U.S. President Joe Biden exhorted Congress Tuesday night to work with him to 'finish the job' of rebuilding the economy and uniting the nation as he delivered a State of the Union address aimed at reassuring a country beset by pessimism and fraught political divisions.