Former 'Q' Player Marchand' To Hold Stanley Cup Parade Today
On Monday, August 29th the Stanley Cup is going to Metro Halifax.
Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand will be having his day with the Stanley Cup on Monday and he is bring the Cup to his home province of Nova Scotia.
Marchard's Stanley Cup parade will not take place in his hometown of Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia, it will take place just minutes away in Metro Halifax. The reason why Marchand's parade is taking place in Metro Halifax and not in Hammonds Plains is because there is a lot of road work going on in the area.
The parade will be leaving University Avenue & Summer Street at noon (AST) on Monday. The route goes as followed... University to South Park Street, to Sackville, Brunswick, Duke, and Argyle to Grand Parade.
Marchand and the parade are expected to reach Grand Parade by 1:00p.m. (AST). At Grand Parade there will be a half hour ceremony before Marchand and the Cup go to the St. Margaret’s Centre in Upper Tantallon from 2-4p.m. (AST).
Here now is info for the Public on how they can get to the parade site..
Metro Transit route 330 MetroX Tantallon: (All Times Are AST)
From Albemarle Street to Tantallon
1:00, 1:15, 1:30, 2:00 P.M.
From Tantallon to Albemarle Street
4:00, 4:10, 4:20, 4:30, 4:55, 5:05 P.M.
Note: Metro Transit regular fee's will apply.
For folks who will not be attending the parade, expect delays & detours from 12 - 1 pm (AST) in downtown Halifax and along the parade route.
Note: For the folks in Metro Halifax who use Metro Transit and are not attending the parade, please expect minor delays due to the parade.. Metro Transit apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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