Walk to Tuk News
The Three Best Reasons To Become an NWTRPA MemberMarch 14, 2019March 14, 2019
Walk to Tuk may have wrapped up, but membership with the NWTRPA is always open! How great is life as an NWTRPA member? So great that you may have to […]March 12, 2019
Walk to Tuk is over. The prizes have been awarded and the walking times have been tallied.March 11, 2019.
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 the […]
- March 14, 2019
2020 will mark the 10th anniversary of Walk to
Tuk and we’ve already started making plans to make it extra special!March 11, 2019
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.
- March 14, 2019
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 […]March 11, 2019
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, Je […]
- Mach 4, 2019
We value your opinion and would love to hear your feedback. Take a few minutes to provide us with your comments so we can make Walk to Tuk even b […]March 4, 2019
A big thank you to everyone who participated in Walk to Tuk 2019. We had a successful year because you walked and walked and walked and…
- March 4, 2019
Walk to Tuk 2019 has been the most successful yet, with 30 communities, 349 participating teams, and a grand total of 817,696 km walked.March 4, 2019
The first round of prizes given out for stories and photos were awarded on February 4. The second round of prizes were awarded on March 1.
Media Release – In 9th Year, Walk to Tuk Helps NWT Residents Become More Active Than Ever BeforeMarch 4, 2019March 4, 2019
On February 28, the NWTRPA announced the end of Walk to Tuk. This year 4,835 people in 349 teams, from 30 NWT communities participated in the challeng […]February 26, 2019
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.
- February 25, 2019
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 12, 2019
We are putting together a “beautiful places” photo series. Send us your best photos of the beautiful places that you walk.
- February 19, 2019
The community of Nahanni Butte has been participating in Walk to Tuk for a few years now, with 2019 marking the 7th year the community has entered a […]February 11, 2019
This week we
are featuring another community along the Walk to Tuk route: welcome to Tulít’a!
Tulít’a means ‘where the waters meet’ […]
Last Walk to Tuk Weekend: “Gotta Get My Tuk Time In”February 18, 2019February 18, 2019
This weekend, February 23 and 24, is the last weekend to rack up Walk to Tuk minutes. It’s a perfect time to set up a group walk! We encou […]February 11, 2019
Emily Bayha heard about Walk to Tuk when she was in elementary school in Norman Wells. It wasn’t until she moved to Yellowknife for grade ten t […]
- January 28, 2019
This week, we are featuring a Northwest Territories’ community that is on the Walk to Tuk route: Fort Simpson! Did you know that Fort Sim […]January 28, 2019
The votes are in! The colour of the 2019 Walk to Tuk t-shirt is…
- January 28, 2019
Walk to Tuk is a recreational walking challenge that encourages NWT residents to stay active through the winter months, but in other times and pl […]January 28, 2018
Lots of people Walk to Tuk with their furry four-legged friends – so why not show them off?
Media Release: WALK TO TUK GROWS FOR 9TH YEAR IN A ROW, ENGAGING OVER 10% OF NWT POPULATIONJanuary 23, 2019January 23, 2019
For Immediate Release
(Yellowknife – January 23, 2019) Today, the NWTRPA announced that Walk to Tuk will be helping an unprecedented num […]
- January 28, 2019
Denise MacDonald has been participating in the annual Walk to Tuk program since it began 9 years ago and walking around her community (and beyond) ev […]January 28, 2019
By now you’ve probably learned a lot about Walk to Tuk and hopefully you’ve also experienced how it can help you, your family, and your friends s […]
Wanted: Ice Mascaras, Snotcicles, and Frosty FacesJanuary 22, 2019January 22, 2019
We’re looking to update our #FrostyFaces photo album with the best pics from your 2019 Walk to Tuk!
Do You Know Which Activities Count Towards Walk to Tuk?January 8, 2019January 8, 2019
From hockey to cross-country skiing, people in the Northwest Territories do lots of different activities in the winter. However, only some of those a […]
- January 21, 2019
Help choose the Walk to Tuk 2019 t-shirt colour by voting for your favorite.
Votes must be in by 5:00pm on January 28, 2019!
Click h […]January 5, 2019
As one of the lucky winners of Canada’s 150’s, 150 free flights to Yellowknife, I felt like I had won the lottery! I have had the pleasure of trav […]
Track Your Team’s Progress Easily with Google SheetsJanuary 16, 2019January 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?December 21, 2018
Eunice Nasogaluak, from Tuktoyaktuk, thinks that being active is important to living well.