The Cedars Cancer Foundation & Co Chairs Dominique Dagenais & Max Joly-Smith invite you to the 6th Annual Cedars Run for Ovarian Cancer on Sunday, October 17, 2021 in Town of Mount Royal.
Together We Run and Walk for Cancer Patients!
60, avenue Roosevelt
Town of Mount Royal (Qc)
Click here to view the race map for all three distances.
Dress according to the weather- this event is rain or shine! Feel free to dress up in fun colors or even matching gear if you are part of a team!
Bibs will be given to you when checking-in at registration. Remember, registration opens at 8:30AM - make sure you are checked in before your start time! See start times in the Event Day Schedule below.
Water refill stations will be available on site. Cedars Cancer Foundation strongly discourages the use of single-use plastic water bottles.
Snacks will be available on site.
Parking is available at the many parking lots surrounding Danyluk Park, as well as surrounding street parking. The course map below indicates some of these general areas. Please note you must still respect designated no stopping and no parking signs.
Choose your distance, register, and get started. Our 10k & 5k runs are timed and scored!
|8:30 am||Race Registration & Passport Scanning opens|
|9:30 am||Opening Ceremony Begins|
|9:50 am||Warm up 1 (2k)|
|10:00 am||2 km Walk/Run begins|
|10:15 am||Warm up 2 (10k)|
|10:30 am||10 km Run Begins|
|10:35 am||Warm up 3 (5k)|
|10:45 am||5 km Run begins|
|12:00 pm||Closing Ceremonies|
Click here to review the running times for the 5k and 10k race. Congratulations to everyone!
Please note that details of the race may change from time to time based on the full application of government rules regarding events and public gatherings. The holding of the event is conditional on the COVID Alert Zone for the Montreal region remaining at Level 1 Green. If the government increases the preventative measures in place to limit the spread of COVID-19 such that the event cannot take place as planned, we will notify all participants.
The province of Québec has announced that vaccine passports are required at outdoor events exceeding 50 people, as well as sporting activities. All participants, staff, guests and volunteers will be required to show proof of double vaccination before entering the event.
Please note: a printed or digital copy of your QR code as well as proof of identity will be required for verification. Those who are not vaccinated due to contraindications will need to obtain appropriate documentations from their doctor.