News & Events

TAEMP “Fish Camp”, Gamètì, 2017. Photo Credit: Anneli Jokela, Regulatory Manager, WLWB.
October 27, 2020

This coming year the WRRB calendar will look a bit different! The WLWB will be collaborating with the WRRB to create a joint calendar for 2021!... READ MORE »

Little Brown Myotis (dłı̨ą k'et'à) resting on a branch. Photo credit: Jason Headley, https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/8624831, 2017.
October 27, 2020

This edition’s focus on a Species at Risk is all about the Little Brown Myotis, which is a species of dłı̨ą k'et'à (bat). It is medium-sized,... READ MORE »

Tundra Wolf. Photo credit: Catherine Graydon, 2016.
October 27, 2020

During the February Board meeting earlier this year, the Board considered the GNWT and TG’s proposal, Joint Proposal on Management Actions for... READ MORE »

Board members and translators during the meeting. Photo credit: Laura Meinert, WRRB, 2020.
October 27, 2020

The WRRB was able to hold a Board Meeting August 26 and 27 under strict COVID-19 restrictions to ensure the health and safety of Board Members and... READ MORE »

Small group of Caribou swimming across the Kǫk’èetı̀ (Contwoyto Lake). Photo credit: Aimee Guide, WRRB, 2020.
October 27, 2020

The WRRB’s Conservation Biologist, Aimee Guile (AG), recently went out on the land to participate in the Tłı̨chǫ Government (TG)’s... READ MORE »

One of the Wolf Spider Species not identified  Photo credit: S. Carriere, https://inaturalist.ca/observations/19936218
July 16, 2020

The WRRB has made several changes to its website over the past year, including the creation of a new page for... READ MORE »

The NWT Miracle
July 16, 2020

In June 2020, the WRRB challenged the WLWB to a friendly competition to gather non-perishables for The NWT Miracle, which was held July 1st... READ MORE »

Queen Yellow-banded kw'ıahnǫ (Bumblebee) on willow, Ontario. Photo credit: Sarah Johnson. Used with permission
July 16, 2020

This installment of our Spotlight on a Species at Risk is on the Yellow-banded kw'ıahnǫ (Bumblebee). This can be found across Canada in the Yukon... READ MORE »

Randi Jennings at her going away party in May. Photo credit: Jody Pellissey.
July 16, 2020

On June 12, 2020, the WRRB said goodbye to Randi Jennings, who joined our team a little over a year ago on a thirteen-month contract as Wildlife... READ MORE »