The NWTRPA is planning on conducting a program review of the Walking Challenge to determine if the content and delivery is in line with our commitment we have made to decolonization and reconciliation. We want to hear your feedback so we can keep improving this made-in-the-North event.
The success of the NWTRPA Walking Challenge is due in large part to the generous contributions of some very special Sponsors. We would like to take a few minutes to express our gratitude.
That’s a wrap. The prizes have been awarded and the walking times have been tallied. We’ve come to the end of the 2022 NWTRPA Walking Challenge!
Every year, we offer prizes to encourage you to keep on walking when the going gets tough and to celebrate your success when you arrive at the finish line!
School of Walk came together out of a fear of being “too cold” outside in January and February. Brandon put together a team of his new NWT colleagues and friends to both motivate himself to get outside and get moving and create something that they could all do together.
This year, the NWTRPA Board of Directors have decided to temporarily change the name of our flagship winter event while we engage in a program review as the first step towards decolonization.
This year, businesses and organizations are stepping up to recognize your hard work!
The Walking Challenge is not possible without the support of our sponsors.
This article will help you navigate the next couple weeks of this challenge.
Thank you to Sandra Thrasher for this AMAZING SHOT!
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