The streets ran red - and black - Tuesday with thousands of fans turning out to a parade downtown in honour of the Redblacks’ Grey Cup win.
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The parade began at Bank Street and Pretoria Avenue at noon and ended at Lansdowne Park, the team’s home stadium.
Sunday’s 39-33 victory over the Calgary Stampeders was the first Grey Cup win for the Redblacks and the first win for any Ottawa team since 1976.