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CN workers upgrade equipment

WARREN POWER works on the CN equipment at the corner of Kenney St. and Hwy 16 yesterday.  - MARGARET SPEIRS PHOTO
WARREN POWER works on the CN equipment at the corner of Kenney St. and Hwy 16 yesterday.
— image credit: MARGARET SPEIRS PHOTO

KENNEY STREET south of the highway was blocked off for a couple of days this week as CN workers did some upgrades to the equipment at the railway crossing.

The street was opened again yesterday for traffic to go through and a crew continued working on the upgrades throughout the day.

Brian Conlon of CN said the work being done wasn't an annual thing but would likely last another 20 years.

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