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Gray Cup champions: this is how the Alouettes parade will take place SHARE Jessica Lapinski
The Alouettes will parade through the streets of Montreal with the Gray Cup this Wednesday, November 22.
A major event that has become extremely rare in the metropolis, since the last parade of a major team was held there 13 years ago, when these same Alouettes last won the Grail of the Canadian Football League .
It actually looked like this:
This time, the parade will start around 11:30 a.m. and should last between 45 minutes and an hour. The Alouettes and their trophy will take flight at the corner of Crescent and De Maisonneuve Streets East.
They will then move east on De Maisonneuve Street, to the intersection with Clark Street. .
Upon their arrival on the stage installed at the Place des Festivals, the players will speak.
If you can't come for the big party, Please note that TVA Sports, TVA, LCN as well as jdem.com, jdeq.com and TVASports.ca will broadcast the festivities live, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Charles-Antoine Sinotte will be hosting , and he will be accompanied by former Alouettes Étienne Boulay, as well as Arnaud Gascon-Nadon, a former CFL player who also wore the colors of the Rouge et Or of Laval University.