Light The Night brings communities across Canada together for one magical evening to share stories, remember loved ones lost and pay tribute to our heroes, bringing light, love and hope to dispel the darkness of blood cancers.
This year, the fundraising campaign aims at raising 1.2M$ for Quebec!
I’ve been running for over 30 years. Running has been a wonderful source of replenishment for me, helping me to handle, over the years, the stress of health issues, teenagers, an intense career, an upside-down world, and aging. Now I get to share my running experience with my team, and they affectionately call me Coach Sue.
When I run, the stress goes out the window and is replaced with serenity and peace of mind. Over the years, I have run many races and even a couple of marathons. But the best races are the ones where I can run for a cause.
This year, I am very excited to be part of this team of wonderful ladies running for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s "Light the Night” charity run. What an awesome cause!
Since I am still in recovery mode from an artificial knee implant, so I will have to limit my running to slices of 5-6km per day. My pledge is to run a minimum of 422km (as a tribute to a 42.2km marathon) between now and the marathon race on October 2nd.Thank you for supporting me and my team Courir pour guérir!