Walk to Tuk is celebrating eight years of encouraging Northerners to stay active in the winter months.
Looking for a way to fight off the creeping winter blues? Want to stay active during the long winter months?
Have you heard that Walk to Tuk is a fun way to stay active during the winter, but need a little more convincing before you take the dive?
Every year we work to make Walk to Tuk even better than the year before.
One of the most exciting updates to Walk to Tuk this year is new rules that make it easier for teachers to form a class team.
By now you’ve probably learned a lot about Walk to Tuk – that it is a great way for you and your family and friends to get active
You may be wondering what types of activity besides walking counts towards your team goal of walking to Tuk.
Do you have an Elder or senior on your Walk to Tuk team? Recruit one to walk with you.
While there has been snow on the ground in the NWT for a little while now, today marks the official start of winter.
Melissa Sangris tells the story of how Walk to Tuk helped her lose weight, get healthy and manage her depression and anxiety