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Prince Rupert residents want train whistles silenced

The Port of Prince Rupert continues to grow each month and that means more trains. In fact, CN expects the Prince Rupert route to grow so much it's building five new side tracks just to keep traffic moving. But not everyone is excited by the prospect. Brian Denton lives near a rail line in Prince Rupert. He joined us in studio to explain why he's asking for trains to quiet down.

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