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Road race for mental health and CIBC Run for The Cure

The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents there will be rolling street closures and minor traffic delays across the municipality on Sunday, to accommodate the thousands of runners taking part in both the Road Race for Mental Health and CIBC Run for The Cure.

Dartmouth (Road Race for Mental Health):

The Dartmouth 4 miler race will begin at 8:15 a.m. at Hawthorne Elementary School and will last until 10 a.m.

There will be rolling street closures throughout the morning on Prince Albert Road, Ochterloney Street, Hawthorne Street, Crichton Avenue, Glen Manor Drive and Brookdale Crescent.

For more information on the Road Race for Mental Health, please visithttps://runformentalhealth.ca/home.

Halifax (CIBC Run for The Cure):

The 1K and 5K events will begin at 10 a.m. in the Garrison Grounds and will last until 11:30 a.m.

There will be rolling street closures throughout the morning on Sackville Street, Brunswick Street, Spring Garden Road, Queen Street, Morris Street, Summer Street, Bell Road, Ahern Avenue, Cogswell Street, and Brunswick Street.

For more information on the CIBC Run for The Cure, please visit http://cibcrunforthecure.supportcbcf.com/site/TR/RunfortheCureFY19/RFTC19?fr_id=2741&pg=entry.

Motorists should expect traffic delays in the areas during and after the events, and are encouraged to use alternative routes, if possible. Halifax Regional Police will be on hand to assist with traffic control.

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Source : Media Release

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