WRRB Guiding Documents

Items on this page are documents that the WRRB has created itself, and are intended to guide its operations.

WRRB Rules of Procedure 14 June 2017

This document outlines Rules for the conduct of proceedings before the Board. A proceeding means a public meeting, consultation, or a written or public hearing in which the Board makes a determination on matters over which it has authority.  The Rules of Procedure help to ensure that the proceedings meet the requirements of fairness and are efficient and focused.

WRRB 2019-2024 Strategic Business Plan (PDF)

This document outlines the Board's priorities related to wildlife, plants, forests and protected areas within Wek’èezhìı for 2019-2024.  The Strategic Plan includes the Board's Goals and Strategies over these five years, as well as its Mission, Values and Vision.

Rule for Management Proposals (PDF)

The Rule has been developed to guide the Parties to the Tłı̨chǫ Agreement in making proposal submissions on management actions related to the management of wildlife, forests, plants or protected areas.  The Rule outlines the process and timelines for submitting a management proposal, and includes a proposal template.  The Rule also describes the Board’s process for reviewing management proposals and sets out timelines for its determinations or recommendations.

Rules of Procedure (PDF)

This document outlines Rules for the conduct of proceedings before the Board. A proceeding means a public meeting, consultation, or a written or public hearing in which the Board makes a determination on matters over which it has authority.  The Rules of Procedure help to ensure that the proceedings meet the requirements of fairness and are efficient and focused.

Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Collaborative Efforts for the Management of the Bluenose-East Caribou Herd (MOU) (PDF)

Representatives of the Ɂehdzo Got’ı̨nę Gots’ę́ Nákedı/Sahtú Renewable Resources Board (SRRB) and the WRRB signed a Memorandum of Understanding in October 2015 to coordinate their efforts in the effective management of the Bluenose-East Caribou herd.