Registration is now open!

Be part of Saskatchewan’s best race-day experience with a new course, more entertainment and incredible swag. In addition to having the time of your life, you’ll be making a difference for a cause that touches us all. Every dollar of your registration fee, plus a matching amount from Cameco, supports mental health projects in Saskatchewan.


Date
May 9, 2020
Start/Finish
This year’s run/walk starts at Kiwanis Park North in downtown Saskatoon and features two distances:

  • The 5K course crosses the Broadway Bridge, carves through the Nutana neighbourhood and returns via the Traffic Bridge.
  • The 10K course follows the river through Gabriel Dumont Park, crosses Gordie Howe Bridge and returns along Spadina Crescent W.
Start Time
9:00 a.m.

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Events

5K or 10K STUDENTS
(ages 6-18)
$25 fee includes Step Up backpack and custom medal

(students who wish to receive the full complement of swag including shirts are welcome to sign up at the $45 adult level)
5K or 10K ADULTS
Due to overwhelming response, the early-bird block is already full. The adult price is now $55.* Register now to avoid disappointment!

$55* fee includes a Step Up technical shirt, Step Up hoodie, Step Up backpack and custom medal.

* Entry fee will increase to $65 as the event fills up.

5K or 10K SPECIAL
(can include support person)

Free entry for individuals who struggle with addictions and/or mental health issues.

A staff member/formal support person accompanying someone in this category can also sign up here.


(Children 5-and-under can participate for free when accompanied by an adult)


Want to set up a personal pledge page?

Participants can also set up a pledge page to collect donations for Step Up for Mental Health. Please see this helpful tutorial to learn how.

All donations to Step Up for Mental Health support the Cameco Fund for Mental Health established through the Saskatoon Community Foundation. These funds are disbursed annually to organizations undertaking projects that promote or support mental health. Applications for funding are adjudicated by a panel that includes mental health professionals, as well as representatives from Cameco, the Saskatoon Community Foundation and the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Donations of $20 or more are eligible for a tax receipt from the Saskatoon Community Foundation.

*Please note that all registration fees for the 5K/10K run/walk are matched by Cameco, but individual donations are not.

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