Tuesday Grey Cup Parade Route Set


This is a release from the City of Ottawa:

After a 40-year wait, the City of Ottawa is once again home to the Grey Cup Champions. Come celebrate the historic victory of your Ottawa REDBLACKS at a victory parade and rally tomorrow,           Tuesday, November 29, rain or shine.

Parade departure: Bank Street and Pretoria Avenue

Time: noon

Fans are encouraged to walk along the parade route (using the sidewalks) to Lansdowne.

Rally location: Aberdeen Square, Lansdowne
Time: approximately 12:30 p.m.

See the Grey Cup in all its glory and congratulate, in person, the players, coaches and team officials who brought it home to us. City officials, a marching band and professional DJ will be part of the celebration.

Parade route

The parade will commence at Bank Street and Pretoria Avenue (just south of the Queensway) and proceed south on Bank Street to Lansdowne. The parade is expected to take approximately 30 minutes to conclude at Aberdeen Square.

Traffic impacts

Ottawa Police will conduct a rolling street closure along the parade route. Cars parked along the parade route during this time will not be permitted to move until the parade has passed.



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2 thoughts on “Tuesday Grey Cup Parade Route Set

  1. Congratulations to all the Redblack players, coaches, staff, cheerleaders and Jeff Hunt for crafting a winning team and atmosphere. The Grey Cup is back in Ottawa after too many years absent. Let’s keep it here in 2017.

  2. Odd timing for people who work or go to school. Not everybody can slip out and go downtown in the middle of the day. It couldn’t have waited until Saturday?


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