Traffic Advisory Cape Breton Island Antigonish and Guysborough

first_imgTRANSPORTATION/PUBLIC WORKS–Traffic Advisory, Cape BretonIsland, Antigonish and Guysborough Driving conditions remain extremely poor today, Feb. 26, acrossCape Breton Island, Antigonish County and in parts of GuysboroughCounty. Motorists are asked to remain off the road untilconditions improve. Blowing snow has created white-outs in many parts of Cape BretonIsland and north-eastern Nova Scotia. Staff from Nova Scotia’s Department of Transportation and PublicWorks report that several roads that were closed in Cape BretonRegional Municipality have been opened. There is one-lane of escorted traffic across the Canso Causeway. -30-last_img

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Grains mostly lower livestock higher

Wheat for May was off 9.50 cents at 4.2175 a bushel; May corn fell 10.75 cents at 3.4450 a bushel; May oats was up 3.50 cents at $2.9850 a bushel; while May soybeans declined 14 cents at $8.0025 a bushel.Beef and pork were higher on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. June live cattle rose .88 cent at $1.1195 a pound; May feeder cattle gained .48 cent at $1.3625 a pound; while May lean hogs was up .18 cent at $.8375 a pound.The Associated Press

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