WRRB Guiding Docs & Publications

Items on this page are documents that the WRRB has created itself, or has been a collaborator on. 

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WRRB 2015-2018 Strategic Business Plan (PDF)

This document outlines the Board's priorities related to wildlife, plants, forests and protected areas within Wek’èezhìı for 2015-2018.  The Strategic Plan includes the Board's Goals and Strategies over these three years, as well as its Mission, Values and Vision.

WRRB 2015-2018 Communications Strategy (PDF)

This document guides communications activities focused on creating awareness of the WRRB's role as a public board in the co-management of wildlife, plants, forests and protected areas in Wek’èezhìı.

Understanding a New Mechanism for Sustaining the Bathurst Caribou Herd for Future Generations Workshop Part 2

This document accompanies the final report of a workshop held in Yellowkife February 12-13, 2014, as a followup to the October 2013 workshop on long-term planning for the Bathurst caribou. Participants discussed processes to coordinate conservation efforts for the herd.  Participants' ideas, comments, discussion, feedback and questions were recorded on chart paper and were scanned for this second part of the report. 

Understanding a New Mechanism for Sustaining the Bathurst Caribou Herd for Future Generations Report

This is the final report of a workshop held in Yellowkife February 12-13, 2014, as a followup to the October 2013 workshop on long-term planning for the Bathurst caribou. Participants discussed processes to coordinate conservation efforts for the herd. The report also includes two supporting documents, Part 2 and Part 3. 

Understanding a New Mechanism for Sustaining the Bathurst Caribou Herd for Future Generations Part 3

This document accompanies the final report of a workshop held in Yellowkife February 12-13, 2014, as a followup to the October 2013 workshop on long-term planning for the Bathurst caribou. Participants discussed processes to coordinate conservation efforts for the herd.  Participants' ideas, comments, discussion, feedback and questions were recorded on chart paper and were scanned for this third part of the report.