News & Events

Tundra Wolf - Photo Credit: Anne Gunn, ENR
January 11, 2021

The WRRB has released its Reason for Decision report on the management of the Dìga (Wolf) for 2021 to 2024 to the Tłı̨chǫ Government and... READ MORE »

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 »