Detroit River

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The Detroit River is a channel about 51 km long and 1 to 4 km wide in the St. Lawrence Seaway. Its elevation is 175 meters above sea level. Islands in the Detroit River include Belle Isle, Zug Island, Fighting Island, Grosse Ile, and Bois Blanc (a. k. a. Boblo) Island. The boundary between Canada and the United States of America passes through the river lengthwise. It connects Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie. It is spanned by a bridge and two tunnels connecting Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario.