News & Events

Laura and Aimee sharing the important work we do at the WRRB.
April 30, 2021

The WRRB’s Conservation Biologist, Aimee Guile, and Wildlife Management Biologist, Laura Meinert, virtually presented to a master’s seminar class... READ MORE »

Illustration Created During the Workshop by: Corrina Keeling
April 30, 2021

This year’s Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act (MVRMA) Resource Co-management Workshop was held March 9, 10, and 11, with the theme of ‘Well... READ MORE »

Hearing Poster. Photo credit: Fran Hurcomb
April 30, 2021

On April 28 to 30, 2021, the WLWB held a Public Hearing for the Type A Water Licence (W2020L8-0003) and Type A Land Use Permit (W2020X0005)... READ MORE »

Close up of a Short-eared Owl. Photo credit: Photography by Eric Ellingson, creative commons
April 30, 2021

This month’s highlight on a Species at Risk is the Mǫhgwı̨ Wedzıı̀ba Nek’ǫ̀ą (Short-eared Owl). This mǫhgwı̨ has a vast range including parts... READ MORE »

Board members listen in to a presentation during the meeting. Photo credit: Laura Meinert, WRRB.
April 30, 2021

The WRRB held our first Board meeting of 2021 on February 10 and 11 in Yellowknife at the Explorer Hotel. This meeting, much like previous ones,... READ MORE »

April 21, 2021

The Bathurst Caribou Advisory Committee is currently looking for feedback on their Draft Bathurst Caribou Management Plan, released today. The... READ MORE »

A wolf howling on the Tundra. Photo credit: Catherine Graydon.
January 26, 2021

In August 2020, the WRRB began reviewing the Revised Joint Proposal for Dìga (Wolf) Management in Wek’èezhìı submitted on August... READ MORE »

December 2020 Board Meeting. Photo credit: Laura Meinert, WRRB
January 26, 2021

In December, the WRRB held its final meeting of the year. As with previous in-person Board meetings, it was held at the Explorer Hotel in... READ MORE »

Boreal Caribou walking through the bushes. Photo credit: Ann Gunn, ENR
January 26, 2021

This quarter’s highlight on a Species at Risk is Tǫdzı (boreal caribou). Tǫdzı differ from Ɂekwǫ̀ (barren-ground caribou) in... READ MORE »