Remembrance Day event happening at temporary cenotaph

The annual Remembrance Day ceremony takes place Sunday at the Prince George Civic Centre beginning at 9:15 a.m.

Following the traditional ceremony the parade to assemble will take place along Canada Games Way to the temporary cenotaph on Seventh

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Avenue, near the Terry Fox Memorial at

10:45 a.m.

After the outdoor ceremony the parade will turn back up Seventh Avenue, turn right on Quebec Street, left onto Fifth Avenue, left onto Brunswick, back to Ninth Avenue, and turn left onto Games Plaza. The review platform will be at Seventh Avenue, near Brunswick Street.

Dominion Street will not be blocked to allow full access/egress for the Prince George Fire Rescue Service.

Parking will be available at the former Days Inn, with access on Quebec Street, Sixth Avenue, or Dominion Street

Parking is also available at Rolling Mix Concrete Arena, city hall, and the public library. Pay parking is available at the Coast Hotel and Courtyard by Marriott, accessible parking for those with a registered tag is at the parking lot beside the Four Seasons Pool, closest to the Civic Centre.

As always refreshments are available at the Royal Canadian Legion, 1116 Sixth Ave. after the ceremonies.

See Saturday's Citizen for a special Remembrance Day feature.

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