CPFF Community Walks 2024

CPFF Walk for PF - Saskatoon

About CPFF Walk for PF - Saskatoon

September 14, 2024, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

We are delighted to announce the inaugural CPFF Walk for Pulmonary Fibrosis, happening this summer in Saskatoon! Join us, along with local PF champions, for a day of connection, hope, delicious food, and family-friendly fun.

Join us on our walk, or cheer on those who are walking, and enjoy food truck eats afterwards.

Kinsmen Park (10:00 AM CST)

619 25 St E, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H5, Canada

  • Registration is FREE
  • 10:00 am CST | Check-in & children's activities
  • 10:45 am CST | Welcome message & opening stretch
  • 11:00 pm CST | Walk starts  
  • 12:00 pm CST | FREE food truck lunch, more children's activities 

*If you'd like to cover the cost of your lunch, you may do so by making a donation on this page. 

Select this event, then join a team, create a team, or join as an individual. You can choose to walk in person AND/OR walk virtually.

Support the CPFF Saskatoon Walk for PF

IN PERSON WALK - September 14, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Robert Davidson Fellows, and Saskatchewan respirologists Dr. Veronica Marcoux and Dr. Stacey Lok have teamed up with CPFF to bring this day of community, friendship, and support to people affected by PF in Saskatoon. Together through this event, we will lift each other up, raise awareness, and funds for pulmonary fibrosis. Join us on September 14th as we pay tribute to those living with pulmonary fibrosis, those who have passed away, plus family, friends, and healthcare professionals who support them all.

Location & Meeting Spot

Kinsmen Park, Saskatoon

Participants can park near the entrance way and walk to the covered pavillion. 


Walking Trail

We will be walking around a 1.6 KM loop of the beautiful Kinsmen Park. You are welcome to walk a portion of the loop, walk multiple laps, or have a seat and cheer on those who are walking.

The red dotted lines indicate the walking route.

Share Photos of Your Walk

Help us spread the word about pulmonary fibrosis by posting frequent photos of you walking: