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Charlottetown traffic advisory for Remembrance Day service

Despite cold temperatures and construction at Province House several thousand people gathered at the cenotaph in Charlottetown for Remembrance Day services. BRIAN MCINNIS/THE GUARDIAN
Despite cold temperatures and construction at Province House several thousand people gathered at the cenotaph in Charlottetown for Remembrance Day services. BRIAN MCINNIS/THE GUARDIAN

There will be traffic impacts in downtown Charlottetown to allow for the annual Remembrance Day parade and service to take place at the cenotaph at Province House on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m.

Grafton Street from Queen Street to Prince Street, and Great George Street from Kent Street to Grafton Street will be closed to traffic from 10 a.m. until the conclusion of the Remembrance Day service.

There will be no parking on either side of Grafton Street between Great George Street and Prince Street, as well as no parking on either side of Great George Street from Kent Street to Grafton Street, beginning at 5 a.m. Nov. 11 until the conclusion of the service.

Drivers should seek alternate routes.

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