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No on-street parking, public washroom closed on Carden Street Saturday

City reminds those attending the Black Lives Matter protest there will be no public washrooms
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The city says Guelph City Hall, the Market Square Pavilion and public washrooms will be closed at the site of the Black Lives Matter protest Saturday to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

There will be no on-street parking permitted on Carden Street.

Guelph's Black Lives Matter protest is scheduled to begin outside city hall starting at 2 p.m. with speakers, music and spoken word, and then parade in the downtown area and past the Guelph Police Headquarters.

"The city continues to encourage people to follow guidelines from Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health to prevent the spread of COVID-19," the city said in a news release.