Participant Tools

  • Participant’s Dashboard

    Once registered for a virtual Walk or Run to Quit Training Program, you will have access to the Running Room dashboard. The dashboard will give you access to pace calculators, discussion forums and your own personal online training log.

    Login here

  • Run Club

    (Notice: Due to COVID-19, all Running Room Run Clubs are temporarily suspended until further notice. We look forward to resuming normal operations as soon as possible.)

    All Running Room locations host free weekly practice run/walk and you are invited to join! Practice is absolutely open to all runners and walkers as we send out multiple groups under the leadership of pace group leaders. You can take advantage of running or walking with a group and meet new friends. Join the fun and motivation!

    When: Join us for Run Club on Wednesday, Friday evenings and Saturday, Sunday mornings. Day and time may vary by location.

  • Quit Smoking Lines

    Once you’ve registered, you will be contacted by Smoker’s Helpline to give you extra support on your quit journey. A Quit Coach will be available to you for additional support.

    Smokers’ Helpline Quit Coaches provide non-judgmental and personalized support to help smokers and other tobacco users quit successfully. You can reach your provincial Quit Smoking Line at any time by dialing 1-866-641-7675 or the number on cigarette packages. All Quitline services are available free of charge!

  • Readings

    Whether you want to quit, want to help somebody quit, or just want more information – start here. These free guides have been reviewed by independent experts and are based on the best available science about quitting smoking

      • Here are some helpful links and reading that can help you quit smoking:

    Smokers’ Helpline is another great resource for information and access to support.

  • Join us on Facebook and Twitter

    Did you know that Walk or Run to Quit has a Facebook page and a Twitter page?

    Join the conversation:
    Share your stories, tips, struggles, accomplishments. Your voice is very powerful in helping others be successful in taking control of their health.

    Change your status:
    A great way to hold yourself accountable is to tell as many people as you know that you are quitting smoking and learning to walk or run 5 km. Update your status and let your friends and family know that you joined #WalkOrRunToQuit.