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Photos of the week

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It was a fantatic weekend at parkruns across Canada.  Apart from a little storm in Montréal, most parkruns had fantastic conditions!

Frédéric Back parkrun

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Bellevue parkrun

 

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Okanagan parkrun

 

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Beach Strip parkrun

 

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Richmond Olympic parkrun

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