With the end of Walk to Tuk, the staff at the NWTRPA take a deep breath. We don’t rest for long, however, as there are a ton of other upcoming initiatives, programs, and events that we must prepare for. If you benefitted from Walk to Tuk, then we know you’ll benefit from some of our other programs as well. We’ve put together a […]
The stats are in (4,800+ people!), the final celebrations are being organized, the t-shirts are sorted, and planning for 2020 has already begun.
During Walk to Tuk, we get lots of
questions about how we organize the event, how much it costs, why the website
keeps breaking down, and how we get so many people to participate in a win […]
As a kid growing up in the west end of Toronto, I remember walking with my Omi (a twist on Oma, which is German for “Grandma”) and her poodle, Jenna. Walking was a part of my Omi’s daily routine and we would often walk through schoolyards and over to the large city park that was near her neighbourhood. No matter the season, she […]
Les Faucons de K’átłl’odeeche is the name that our grade 3/4 class chose for themselves for the Walk to Tuk. It represents their school and their francophone heritage in the North (K’átłl’odeeche is the Dene word for Hay River). This is the first time the students are participating in the Walk to Tuk, and we hope that it will […]