Items on this page are documents that the WRRB has created itself, or has been a collaborator on.
WRRB Guiding Docs & Publications
This is the most recent updated version (2016) of the original guide to common fishes found in the Tłı̨chǫ region. The guide includes diagrams showing fish anatomy (interior and exterior views) labelled in both Tłı̨chǫ and English and information on each fish species, including its ecology and use. This new edition has added photos and descriptions of fish habitat in Wek’èezhì near each of the four Tłı̨chǫ communities: Marian Lake near Behchokǫ̀; Lac la Marte near Whatì; Rae Lakes near Gamètì; and Snare Lake near Wekweètì.
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.
This is an updated verson (2014) of the original guide to common fishes found in the Tłı̨chǫ region. It includes diagrams showing fish anatomy (interior and exterior views) labelled in both Tłı̨chǫ and English and information on each fish species, including its ecology and use.
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.
These four videos document the fish,water and sediment monitoring camps that have been held since 2011. The "fish camps" are part of the TAEMP program, a community-based program to monitor the aquatic ecosystems near each of the four Tłı̨chǫ communities.
These two educational videos demonstrate the fish, water, and sediment sampling techniques that are used at the TAEMP fish camps.