News & Events

Photo Credit: Troy Ellsworth
January 16, 2019

The WRRB received the wildlife research permit application entitled... READ MORE »

Photo Credit: Bruno Croft (GNWT)
January 7, 2019

The WRRB received the wildlife research permit application entitled ... READ MORE »

Christmas display at City Hall. Photo Credit: Shalyn Norrish
December 17, 2018

The WRRB office will be closed for the holiday season beginning December 20th through January 1st. We will reopen on January 2nd. The Board and... READ MORE »

Photo Credit: Aimee Guile
December 12, 2018

It is with great pleasure that the WRRB and Staff announce the recent hiring of Shalyn Norrish as the Board’s new Communications Officer. She will... READ MORE »

December 7, 2018

On behalf of the Wek’èezhìı Renewable Resources Board (WRRB), we are pleased to announce the release of our 2019 calendar.  This year, we... READ MORE »

Grizzly bear (Photo: GNWT / D.Downing, ENR)
October 1, 2018

The Wek’èezhìı Renewable Resources Board (WRRB) and the Wek’èezhìı Land & Water Board (WLWB) are seeking a ... READ MORE »

Black bear (Photo: GNWT / K.Cox, ENR)
August 30, 2018

The Wek’èezhìı Renewable Resources Board (WRRB) and the Wek’èezhìı Land & Water Board (WLWB) are seeking a... READ MORE »

Laura Meinert, WRRB Wildlife Management Biologist, and Aimee Guile, WRRB Conservation Biologist (Susan Beaumont, WRRB)
May 11, 2018

This month Laura Meinert and Aimee Guile joined the WRRB’s Staff.  Laura is the WRRB’s new Wildlife Management Biologist and Aimee is filling a... READ MORE »

Lesser Scaup Pair.  Traditionally, lesser scaup (also known as "blue bills") have been one of the most abundant ducks in North America; however, their populations have been spiralling downwards in recent years. (Photo Courtesy of ©Ducks Unlimited Canada / Brian Wolitski))
May 9, 2018

The boreal forest is one of the most important breeding habitats for waterfowl in North America.  Thousands of lakes and wetlands provide critical... READ MORE »