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  • 105th Avenue (between 100th Street and 102nd Street)
  • 100th Street (between 105th Avenue and 103rd Avenue)
  • 103rd Avenue (between 100th Street and 102nd Street)
  • 102nd Street (between 105th Avenue and 103rd Avenue)

In addition to the road closures, street parking will also not be permitted on the parade route.

Vehicles parked on the closed roads mentioned above will be towed after 7:00 a.m. on November 11.

In accordance with city bylaws, staff will be posting ‘no parking’ signs 24 hours in advance to inform the public of the temporary parking changes.

“City Bylaw Enforcement Officers will be working with the RCMP to ensure traffic is diverted, and parked cars are removed until the completion of the parade,” the city concludes in their press release.

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