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Join us for Unbreakable Bold and Cold 5K in Toronto Nov. 23

Please join us for our fourth annual Toronto Bold and Cold 5k at Coronation Park on Saturday November 23rd! This event is in support of the Team Unbreakable Run for Youth Mental Health program in Toronto, and is open to any and all interested community members. To register click here: https://www.giveffect.com/campaigns/11773-the-toronto-bold-and-cold-5k-2019
ROUTE CHANGE  * CONSTRUCTION* – The run MIGHT be starting in the field next to the baseball diamonds and heading west on the grass towards the trail if the path is still under construction. Runners will no longer be diverting left through the Inuksuk park, but rather running straight out along the MGT along the north trail. This is a tighter squeeze than usual, so we ask that all runners be mindful of the children on the route and the roadway. We just received this information, so we appreciate the understanding of all participants!  

Race kits are picked up the day of the event. Kit pick up begins promptly at 8 am. The guided warm up will begin at 9:15 am. The race starts at 9:30 am. Bag/Coat check is at the registration table.

All participants receive an official Team Unbreakable winter hat, finishers medal, and breakfast.

Limited parking is available in Coronation Park. Parking options for the area surrounding Coronation Park can be found here : https://parking.greenp.com/find-parking/?a=coronation+park+

The Unbreakable Run Program delivers health promotion, therapy, and physical health for mental health tools to thousands of youth aged participants across the province.

Toronto Unbreakable Bold and Cold Brings Out Warm Smiles

It’s lucky that wintery winds don’t faze any Team Unbreakable participants. The Toronto Unbreakable Bold & Cold 5k lived up to its name with brisk winds and cooler temperatures along Lake Ontario near Ontario Place. Our courageous youth, parents and the public battled through the elements in record numbers, with the reward of a great medal, cheering crowds and a hearty pancake breakfast. For more pictures, go to our Facebook site here