- March 12, 2018
With the end of Walk to Tuk the staff at the NWTRPA take a deep breath.March 5, 2018
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.
- March 12, 2018
Walk to Tuk is over. The prizes have been awarded and the walking times have been tallied.March 5, 2018
This short message was sent to our Director – Active Communities, Sheena Tremblay on February 28, the last day of Walk to Tuk.
- December 11, 2017
Walk to Tuk is celebrating eight years of encouraging Northerners to stay active in the winter months.
Media Release – In 8th Year, Walk to Tuk Helps More NWT Residents to Become Active Than Ever BeforeMarch 1, 2018March 1, 2018
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.
- February 5, 2018
Each week until the end of February a winner will be drawn and a prize will be given out to that week’s winner.February 9, 2018
We are putting together a “beautiful places” photo series. Send us your best photos of the beautiful places that you walk.
Dominion Diamond Mines: A Proud Supporter of Walk to TukFebruary 5, 2018February 5, 2018
Dominion Diamond Mines is proud not only to support the Walk to Tuk initiative financially, but also to have a number of teams around the world who a […]
15 Great Songs to You Keep Steppin’ Till the EndFebruary 20, 2018February 20, 2018
Guess what? This is the last week before the end of Walk to Tuk.February 9, 2018
Participating in Walk to Tuk as a team of four is no easy task
2018 UPDATE – “Walk to Tuk Got Me Moving and Active”February 5, 2018February 5, 2018
Melissa Sangris updates us on her life over the past year, overcoming a difficult pregnancy and once again captaining her Walk to Tuk team.
- February 20, 2018
The Walk to Tuk t-shirts have arrived! That means that we have a lot of sorting and packing to do. Luckily, we don’t have to do it alone.
Wanted: Frosty Photos of You and Your PoochFebruary 5, 2018February 5, 2018
Lots of people Walk to Tuk with their furry four-legged friends – so why not show them off?
- January 30, 2018
My name is Michelle and I am the team captain of the “NWTSPCA WoofWalkWag” Walk to Tuk team.
Media Release: WALK TO TUK GROWS FOR 8TH YEAR IN A ROW, ENGAGING 10% OF NWT POPULATIONJanuary 19, 2018January 16, 2017
For Immediate Release
(Yellowknife – January 16, 2018) Today the NWTRPA announced that Walk to Tuk will be helping an unprecedented number of NW […]
What Do the Mighty Monkeys have to say about Walk to Tuk?January 30, 2018January 30, 2018
Team Mighty Monkeys is a grade 4, 5, 6 split-class team from East Three Elementary school in Inuvik. Their goal is to Walk to Tuk and back!January 19. 2018
Help choose the Walk to Tuk 2018 t-shirt colour by voting for your favourite.
Track Your Team’s Progress Easily with Google SheetsJanuary 16, 2018January 16, 2018
Walk to Tuk Team Captains, are you overwhelmed with the large number of emails you get from team members reporting their walking times?
- January 30, 2017
By now you’ve probably learned a lot about Walk to Tuk – that it is a great way for you and your family and your friends to get active
Wanted: Ice Mascaras, Snoticiles, and Frosty FacesJanuary 19, 2018January 19, 2018
We’re looking to update our #FrostyFaces photo album with your best pics from your 2018 Walk to Tuk!
Do You Know Which Activities Count Towards Walk to Tuk?January 8, 2018January 8, 2018
From hockey to cross-country skiing, people in the Northwest Territories do lots of different activities in the winter.December 19, 2017
Do you have an Elder or senior on your Walk to Tuk team? Recruit one to walk with you.
- January 8, 2018
Did you know this is the 8th annual Walk to Tuk! Check out this snazzy infographic for some Walk to Tuk history
15 Great Reasons to Participate in Walk to TukNovember 30, 2017December 20, 2017
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?
- January 8, 2018
LNS Lynx is a Walk to Tuk team from Louie Norwegian School in Jean Marie River.December 1, 2017
Every year we work to make Walk to Tuk even better than the year before.