With the end of Walk to Tuk the staff at the NWTRPA take a deep breath.
Walk to Tuk is over. The prizes have been awarded and the walking times have been tallied.
Walk to Tuk is celebrating eight years of encouraging Northerners to stay active in the winter months.
Walk to Tuk 2018 has been the most successful yet, with 28 communities, 310 participating teams and a grand total of 729,802 km walked.
This short message was sent to our Director – Active Communities, Sheena Tremblay on February 28, the last day of Walk to Tuk.
Today, the NWTRPA announced the end of Walk to Tuk. This year 4404 people in 310 teams, from 28 NWT communities participated in the challenge.
A big thank you to everyone who participated in Walk to Tuk 2018. We had a successful year because you walked and walked and walked and…
The first round of prizes given out for stories and photos were awarded on February 2. The second round of prizes were awarded on March 1.
You did it! You walked to tuk (and maybe back) and now you want to revel in your accomplishment. Well, we’ve got just the thing.
Each week until the end of February a winner will be drawn and a prize will be given out to that week’s winner.