WRRB Guiding Principles

The WRRB operates on a co-management basis in the management of resources.  The Board works collaboratively with Tłı̨chǫ communities; Aboriginal, Territorial and Federal governments; regional renewable resources boards; and regulatory authorities such as the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board. 

The Tłı̨chǫ Agreement sets out the following principles that guide the WRRB in its work:

  • Wildlife, land and people are connected with each other. Using the practices of conservaton will help to protect wildlife and its habitat from loss or harm and preserve these important relationships.
  • The use of the best available information to make balanced decisions, including traditional knowledge, scientific information, and expert opinion. 

In doing its business, the WRRB:

  • Reviews proposals and applications
  • Participates in working groups and committees
  • Collaborates on research activities
  • Starts or supports projects and programs