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.
Last Wednesday, Sheena Tremblay, Director, Active Communities, was awarded the Meritorious Service Decoration by Governor General David Johnston.
Walk to Tuk has just wrapped up it’s 7th year, one that saw over 3600 NWTers get moving during the months of January and February.
Walk to Tuk 2017 has been the most successful yet, with 29 communities, 257 participating teams and a grand total of 659,708 km walked.
We at the NWTRPA are always focused on making Walk to Tuk better than it was the year before. That’s why we want to hear from you.
On average, each Walk to Tuk participant accumulated 320 minutes of weekly exercise during January and February.
A big thank you to everyone who participated in Walk to Tuk.