A Canadian man finished walking around the world on Sunday, 11 years after his business failed and he decided he needed a change. Jean Beliveau, 56, arrived in Montreal having trekked through 46,000 miles through 64 countries. He says he is the first man to complete the circuit without interruption. Beliveau's mother, girlfriend, and two children greeted him when he finished. He now plans to write a book and promote world peace.
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