Run Today For Tomorrow Draws A Crowd To Ottawa Riverfront

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It’s tough to consider something a success when it’s something you wish you didn’t have to do at all. Emily Hardee knows that feeling, but she and her friends keep reeling out successes that affect hopefully more and more people every year. Run Today For Tomorrow, a suicide awareness 5K run/walk now in its fifth year, drew to the Ottawa riverfront on Saturday morning 217 registered participants and countless other family members, fans and citizens whose lives have been touched by such a tragedy.

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