Cities on the Great Lakes by a Clue

Based on a clue, can you guess these cities that border the Great Lakes?
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Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: January 3, 2021
First submittedDecember 30, 2020
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Clue
Letter
City
Al Capone was the boss of this city's mafia named "Outfit"
C
Chicago
CN Tower is its tallest structure
T
Toronto
Its name is the French word for "strait"
D
Detroit
Major Canadian city located on the other side of the above
W
Windsor
Smallest city that is home to an NFL team
G
Green Bay
"The Mistake on the Lake" that is home to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
C
Cleveland
Where the companies "Bausch & Lomb", "Kodak" and "Xerox" were founded
R
Rochester
Where the Jackson family are from
G
Gary
Michiganian city that hosts the "National Cherry Festival" annually
T
Traverse City
Ohio's fourth largest city that is named for a city in Spain
T
Toledo
Minnesota's main port city on Lake Superior
D
Duluth
Where the "Happy Days" was set
M
Milwaukee
The fourth-most visited city in Canada, it shares its name with an American city
on the other side of the river
N
Niagara Falls
The U.S. President William McKinley was assassinated here
B
Buffalo
This city at the western tip of Lake Ontario is part of Canada's "Golden Horseshoe"
H
Hamilton
Home to the busiest airport of Canada
M
Mississauga
Is located on an island with namesake of the bridge between Michigan's two parts
M
Mackinac City
Pennsylvania's main city on the Great Lakes
E
Erie
Where Jabob Blake was shot and seriously injured
K
Kenosha
Biggest Canadian city on Lake Superior
T
Thunder Bay
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Level 81
Dec 30, 2020
Another great quiz - thank you so much, Aaron, for entertaining us and making us think!
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Level 53
Jan 22, 2021
Great quiz! One small complaint, though, from a Michigander: Mackinac (the island) is spelled with a C at the end, but Mackinaw City is spelled with a W and is on Michigan's lower peninsula.