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Kenora drivers are advised that traffic delays can be expected this week, as crews perform maintenance to multiple bridges in the area. The City of Kenora says that beginning tomorrow, there will be delays on the Cameron Bay bridge, the Keewatin Channel bridge and the Winnipeg River West Branch bridge. 

Traffic will be reduced to one lane between 5 a.m. to 7:30 a.m., and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., as crews will be performing cleaning and waterproofing works. Delays can be expected until Friday evening, however, the above schedule may change depending on the weather. The city says that the work cannot be done in wet or raining conditions.

The First Avenue South bridge is also expecting delays, beginning and ending on Thursday. Traffic will be reduced to one lane, as crews replace the expansion joint seals. The plan is also weather-dependant.

The City of Kenora wanted to thank the public for their patience and cooperation as the maintenance work is being completed.

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