M2M Community Agreement

What M2M is All About

Our Mission

M2M’s mission is to provide unparalleled coaching services and inclusive training communities to runners and endurance athletes of all levels. We strive to create an environment where anybody* can challenge themselves, explore their limits, and become a happier, healthier, and faster person. 

*regardless of their speed, size, age, race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, or political beliefs

M2M Community Agreement


M2M members are responsible for their conduct during group workouts, activities, and at races, while at all times being respectful to all teammates and opponents and shall conduct themselves in a manner that will ensure the safety of others so as to not reflect negatively on M2M and its members.

Please remember that if you share information about M2M, represent it on social media, or wear our gear, you represent us. We all have a responsibility to be the best people we can be and to be accountable for our words and actions. Kindness, encouragement, and hard work are contagious, so spread them around.

Discrimination and Harassment

M2M is committed to providing an environment free of discrimination and harassment, where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity, can contribute fully and have equal opportunities.

Harassment and discrimination will not be tolerated, condoned or ignored at M2M. If a claim of harassment or discrimination is proven, disciplinary measures will be applied, up to and including termination of an athletes membership at M2M.

M2M prohibits discrimination or harassment based on the following grounds, and any combination of these grounds:

  • Age
  • Creed (religion)
  • Sex (including pregnancy and breastfeeding)
  • Sexual orientation
  • Gender identity
  • Gender expression
  • Family status (such as being in a parent-child relationship)
  • Marital status (including married, single, widowed, divorced, separated or living in a conjugal relationship outside of marriage, whether in a same-sex or opposite-sex relationship)
  • Disability (including mental, physical, developmental or learning disabilities)
  • Race
  • Ancestry
  • Place of origin
  • Ethnic origin
  • Citizenship
  • Colour
  • Record of offences (criminal conviction for a provincial offence, or for an offence for which a pardon has been received)
  • Association or relationship with a person identified by one of the above grounds
  • Perception that one of the above grounds applies.

Where We Run

We must respect the residents of the neighborhood where our workouts take place, as well as those with whom we are sharing public spaces such as the track. Indoor and outdoor spaces should be left at least as clean or cleaner than how they were found. We must be courteous and thoughtful of the environment we are in at all times.

Our Community

We believe in fostering a community that is supportive, motivating, and inclusive and where fun is at the heart of each session. Whether you are a remote athlete or attending group workouts, M2M members are asked to contribute to upholding this positive environment. We take pride in pushing ourselves and encouraging each other, and we cheer each other on to phenomenal individual results and personal bests. We also value collective accomplishments, self-improvement, and community-building. We strive to support and encourage each other as runners and human beings.


Voicing or Reporting a Concern

Every person has a right to claim and to enforce their right to a services environment free of harassment, discrimination, or any other troubling conduct.

We take concerns about M2M Community Agreement violations very seriously. If you find yourself in a position where a particular situation needs to be addressed, we ask that you “call it in”. When at group practices, we ask that you report your concern to one of our coaches or contact us by email at  info@mile2marathon.com. The complaint may be verbal or in writing and no person shall be negatively treated for bringing forward a complaint, providing information related to a complaint, or helping to resolve a complaint. 

Members who are found to violate the rules of the M2M Community Agreement will have their membership terminated indefinitely.