Sandra Thrasher has been participating in Walk to Tuk every year for the last six year. She began as a regular team member but since she took on the role of team captain her Walk to Tuk team has been thriving.
At the core of HIGH FIVE® trainings are 5 principles: A Caring Adult, Friends, Play, Mastery, and Participation. Principles that apply to Walk to Tuk, as well.
Last week, we headed to Zhatıé Kų́ę́ (Fort Providence) to kick off Walk to Tuk 2020 with a celebration in the community where it all begins for Walk to Tuk teams. We couldn’t think of a better place to start celebrating our 10th anniversary and are so grateful to the community for the warm welcome.
We love hearing about what Walk to Tuk means to you and your team. So please share your stories about Walk to Tuk with us! You could win a $50 gift certificate to Mountain Equipment Co-op.
Every two weeks, we ask that activity be submitted to help keep everyone motivated on their Walk to Tuk journey along the Big River. It’s no easy feat to keep walking in the cold months of winter, but submitting your times every two weeks does make you eligible to win some great weekly prizes!
On a snowy night in mid-January 2015, the NWTRPA hosted Why We Walk: A PechaKucha Night at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (PWNHC) in Somba K’e (Yellowknife). There were nine presentations exploring walking from a variety of different angles.
The second round of prizes awarded for the Walk to Tuk photos contest were awarded on March 2. And the winners are...
There are so many fantastic stories from Walk to Tuk and we are so glad we get to share them. So, the winner of the stories prize (and the $50 Mountain Equipment Co-op gift card) for February 3 is...
What if your Walk to Tuk team wasn’t just about getting outdoors, connecting with friends and family, and getting active? What if it was about language - speaking it and appreciating it. For the Voyageurs, it is exactly that.
While there are many communities with a large number of teams (Yellowknife, unsurprisingly, leads the way with 246), we wanted to ask a more subtle question - which community has the most teams per capita?
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