Uncategorized - 15th May 2018

Highlights from Saturday


On Saturday we had a Canadian record with the number of participants joining us to parkrun.  We’re really happy and we hope this is the first of many more this Summer! Here’s some of our photo highlights:


Saint-Paulin parkrun


 Tourist season is here, and Saint-Paulin parkrun loves hosting visitors!  Laura and Kai from England stop by this great parkrun on their Canadian holiday.


North Bay parkrun


North Bay parkrun is only a few weeks old, but it is proving a hit with the locals!


Richmond Olympic parkrun


George celebrates his 50th parkrun and is haunted by his former ghosts representing each of his first 50 runs.





Nose Hill parkrun





Whitby parkrun





Beach Strip parkrun






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