Coal Harbor hockey superstar Nathan McKinnon will head to Halifax for the Stanley Cup later this month. Fans parade through downtown Halifax to celebrate his victory.
In an Instagram post, McKinnon announced that the Stanley Cup parade will begin outside his Scotiabank center at noon on August 20.
"Halifax, looking forward to seeing you all at the parade!" MacKinnon posted, saying outside City Hall after the 1:00 p.m. Added that there is an A session.
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The parade begins on Brunswick Street in Scotiabank Centre. The route goes down Brunswick Street, turns right on Spring Garden Road, turns right on South Park Street, turns right on Sackville Street, turns left on Brunswick Street, turns right on Carmichael Street and ends outside Grand Parade Square. increase.
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