Run, walk or roll to fight ALS!

On April 27th and 28th at Parc Jean-Drapeau (Île Sainte-Hélène), come and support the ALS Society of Quebec by running, walking or rolling with your wheelchair to the Scotiabank Challenge 21k/10k/5k & the 1k Children’s race. This race is amongst the most important ones in the province.

Spots are limited and fill up very quickly. To increase your chance of participating in the challenge, we recommend you to register before mid February.

When: Saturday and Sunday, April 27th and 28th 2019 at 9 am

Where: Parc Jean-Drapeau, Quartier des athlètes, 37 Chemin du Chenal le Moyne, Montréal


A challenge, a commitment

To support our mission, every participant must commit to collect funds for the cause. To help you with your efforts, the ALS Society of Quebec offers everyone who expects to collect $150 or more a promotional code that will offer a 10% discount off of registration fees. To obtain this code, contact Chloé Daigneault-Paris, Fundraising Events Coordinator at 514 725-2653 ext.110 / 1 877 725-7725 or [email protected].

Half marathon (21k)
Sunday at 9 am$65$65
10kSaturday at 9 am$45$50
5k (walk or race)Saturday at 11 am$35$40
5k (with baby stroller)Saturday at 11 am$45 $50
Children race 1kSaturday at 12:45 pm$25$25

*Please note that registration fees do not represent a donation to the ALS Society of Quebec.

* Taxes and administration fees in sup.

How to register

Upon registration, answer yes to the question “Do you want to participate in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge by raising funds for one of the registered charities?” Then select the ALS Society.

We invite you to select our organization even if you do not wish to raise funds, or if you are not able to raise $ 150 or more.

Prior to the race, all runners who have indicated that they will run for the ALS Society will receive an email from us. A meeting point before your race will be communicated to you. The latter is not mandatory, however, we would greatly really like to meet you and thank you. Items bearing the image of the Society will be offered free of charge to those who wish.