By Eddie Allen WINDSOR, Ontario, June 15 (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder announced a deal on Friday to build a new public bridge linking Detroit and Windsor despite opposition from the billionaire owner of the 83-year-old Ambassador Bridge that will compete with it. "This is a great act of confidence in the future of the North American economy at a critical time," said Harper as he announced the pact in Windsor. The Windsor-Detroit ...
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