CNR trains from blowing their whistles multiple times when they pass through the village. This is a safety issue! By law, the train must blow its whistle as it approaches a level crossing and as it passes through that crossing. The only way we could stop the train whistles is to install crossing warning lights and/or "arm-gates" which flash, a bell sounds and the gate comes down across the roadway. A sign could then be erected warning motorists that trains no longer whistle.
The expense of buying and installing all this equipment would fall on the village! It costs many, many tens of thousands of dollars! Short answer: we can't afford it. North Road is part of Highway 72 so that crossing was paid for by the province. I don't see this expense to be a Village Council priority in the near future.