Run to Quit

Walk or run your way to a smoke-free life!

Run to Quit Fall Training Programs start this September! 

Want to quit smoking? Want to win prizes, including $1,000 cash for quitting smoking?

Register today for Run to Quit!

Run to Quit is an innovative quit smoking program that pairs the expertise of the Canadian Cancer Society with the Running Room’s learn to walk or run 5km clinics. A brief overview of Run to Quit is available on our Youtube channel.

Check out the website: for more information, including locations, dates and contest details.

Three ways to register, both online and in-person:

  • Do It Yourself challenge: Quit and get fit your own way! Cost: FREE     
  • Virtual Training Program: Available anywhere with web access. Programs start September, January and April. Cost: $49.00
  • In-person Training Program: Available in select Running Room locations across BC. Programs start September and April. Cost: $69.00

Address / Contact Info

Canadian Cancer Society BC & Yukon
565 W 10th Ave Vancouver, BCV5Z 4J4
Health Promotion Specialist : Lyz Gilgunn

Phone Numbers

Phone: 1-800-419-2906 ext. 264

Web Links


Service Details

Regional Centres ServedChilliwack, Saanichton, Salt Spring Island, Sidney, Vancouver, Victoria
Cost structureprivate pay
Program fee notesCommit to Quit challenge: FREE | Virtual Training Program: $49.00 | In-person Training Program: $69.00
Referral protocolself
How to applyRegister at
Age ranges servedall ages
Languages spokenEnglish


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This program was last updated on: 16 Aug 2017.