Canadian MPs have called on Justin Trudeau to do something about a mysterious vibrating noise heard across an Ontario city over the past seven years.
The 'Windsor Hum' - a bizarre, persistent rumbling sound like trucks idling - was first recorded in 2011 when residents complained of stress and difficulty sleeping.
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