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Thank you to everyone who watched this year's CIBC Run for the Cure live broadcast! If you've missed it, you can stream it now on YouTube or Facebook.

Our website will accept donations until December 31. We encourage you to keep fundraising to support all Canadians impacted by breast cancer. Thank you so much for being so supportive of the breast cancer cause.

CIBC Run for the Cure event day details

Tune in to our opening ceremonies at 11:00 AM EST as we kick off the 30th annual CIBC Run for the Cure!

The event will be broadcast on Facebook, YouTube and for the first time ever, on YES TV channels across the country! Visit yestv.com to find your local channel.


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This one-hour celebration will unite our supporters across Canada and include the things we know and love about Run Day. Download our Event Day Guide for our full event-day schedule, with performances from Chantal Kreviazuk, Brett Kissel and Tynomi Banks!

Get ready for Run Day

Ready to run your way? We’ve prepared some helpful information and exciting resources to make this year’s Run a memorable day. Download our Run Event Day Guide to make sure you’re all set for October 3.

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Entertainers

Chantal Kreviazuk

Chantal Kreviazuk

Chantal Kreviazuk is a platinum-selling, three-time JUNO Award-winning artist. In 1998, the Winnipeg native’s rendition of “Leaving On a Jet Plane” on the Armageddon soundtrack became an international hit. One of Canada’s most accomplished songwriters and recognizable voices, Chantal released her 8th studio album, “Get to You,” last summer.

Brett Kissel

Brett Kissel

Multi-Platinum, JUNO and CCMA Award winner Brett Kissel has been supporting the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) for several years. Proceeds from his song “I Didn’t Fall In Love With Your Hair” were donated to CCS, as Brett’s own mother has battled breast cancer. Brett is excited to perform for us during this special event

Tynomi Banks

Tynomi Banks

With over a decade of experience, Tynomi Banks is a world-class drag entertainer. This year, she became the only drag performer to be featured in a Superbowl ad other than RuPaul. Recognized for her full production performances, Tynomi Banks dominates the stage while radiating a powerful but playful energy. She became the first Drag Entertainer to perform in Toronto’s Dundas Square during World Pride 2014 and was cast in the first season of Canada’s Drag Race in 2020.

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Event day resources

Run Day playlist on Spotify

This year, our top fundraising teams curated a Run Day playlist with the songs that mean the most to them. As you run or walk in your neighbourhood, be sure to listen to our official playlist on Spotify alongside thousands of participants across the country.

Listen to Playlist

Get ready for Run Day

Ready to run your way? We’ve prepared some helpful information and exciting resources to make this year’s Run a memorable day. Download our Run Event Day Guide to make sure you’re all set for October 3!

Download Event Day Guide

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