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Be a part of it! Even though you may not be running with the torch, you can still get in on the action as the Olympic torch hits our city.
Here’s a detailed schedule outlining the day’s events,
Things are set to begin at 11:25 a.m. along the Shubenacadie Canal in Waverley. The flame will pass between two kayaks in the middle of the canal before heading on to North Preston for a quick lunch break at the Black Cultural Centre on Cherry Brook Road.
It will then snake through Cole Harbour, Dartmouth, and finally Halifax – making stops at the Dartmouth Peace Pavilion around 2:30 p.m. and Pier 21 at 5:50 p.m.. Police and traffic officials are warning motorists to expect brief delays as the torch moves through the city, accompanied by about a dozen vehicles.
The last hour of the relay is expected to be the most widely attended, with hometown hockey hero Sidney Crosby carrying the torch around 6:50 p.m., and then passing it to Olympic snowboarder Sarah Conrad, who will light the community cauldron in Grand Parade at 7 p.m.
Conrad will then treat the crowd to a snowboarding demonstration on a platform constructed specially for the event. Several musical acts and a fireworks demonstration are planned to cap off the day’s festivities.