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See what’s in store to keep things colourful along the course

On Sunday, October 13, the main commercial areas along the course will be decked out in their finest colours to give runners, walkers, companions, supporters and spectators an experience to remember, and it’s all thanks to the local business development and merchants’ associations. Here’s a glimpse at what they’ve done to brighten up everyone’s day…. View Article

QUICK PICKS: How to Choose the Best Race Day Shoe for You (Saucony)

Written by Saucony You’ve put in the long hours at the track. You’ve logged your diet and turned your body into a sleek machine. Now you’re standing in front of the wall at your local run shop trying to decide on that perfect pair of shoes to propel you to the finish line on race… View Article

3 ways to combine running and a good cause!

Presented by the Fonds de solidarité FTQ   We all know jogging is an amazing sport, but how about taking this activity to the next level? While jogging is usually a solo sport, it can also turn into a social activity that can help you give back to your community. Here are some ideas to… View Article

Exciting new changes for 2018; registration opens next week

Registration officially opens Monday, November 20 for runners and walkers from near and far to sign up for any of the five running events on the 2018 Je Cours Qc race calendar. Big news for 2018: the SSQ Quebec City Marathon is moving to the weekend of October 12–14 to wrap up the season in… View Article

10 Canadian runners to follow on social media

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1. Gary Robbins Trail running enthusiasts can fill their shoes with inspiration by following this bearded outdoor enthusiast based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Endurance runner Gary Robbins treats his followers to spectacular scenes of Western Canada, from snow-capped Rockies to lush green forests. This is the kind of stuff to spur any runner into pulling… View Article