News & Events

Bathurst Caribou (Photo:  Catherine Graydon)
February 15, 2018

The Mobile Core Bathurst Caribou Management Zone exists as a wildlife management zone for barren-ground caribou under the Wildlife Act.... READ MORE »

WRRB Board Meeting (Photo:  Susan Beaumont, WRRB)
February 6, 2018

Are you interested in serving on a Board or Panel, or Committee in the Northwest Territories, including the  Wek’èezhìı Renewable Resources Board... READ MORE »

Photo: Creeping Thistle. This invasive plant is making its appearance in parts of the NWT (Lmmahood /Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0)
January 23, 2018

There are invaders in the NWT!  Invasive species, that is –plants and animals that are not native to an area but arrived from somewhere else. ... READ MORE »

Red fox parent and kit (Photo: GNWT / S.Yuill, ENR)
January 22, 2018

The Wek’èezhìı Renewable Resources Board (WRRB) is seeking two individuals to join its team: a... READ MORE »

WRRB Calendar 2018 Cover
December 13, 2017

Our 2018 Calendar will be out soon and ready for Christmas. Once it's ready, it will be shipped to Wek’èezhìı communities and will be available at... READ MORE »

December 11, 2017

The second Annual ACCWM Status Meeting for the Bluenose-East, Bluenose-West, and Cape Bathurst caribou herds was held from November 21-23, 2017 in... READ MORE »

Setting up camp in typical Wek’èezhìı landscape during the Tǫdzı and Wildfire study near Whatì 	(Photo:  Allice Legat)
December 11, 2017

Representatives of the WRRB met with other members of the Wek’èezhìı Forum on October 17, 2017 in Behchokǫ̀ to share information on projects and... READ MORE »

Touring the new Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway
December 8, 2017

This fall, WRRB Executive Director Jody Pellissey travelled to Inuvik to attend the 23rd NWT Board Forum held November 27-30, 2017. ... READ MORE »

Fish camp near Gamètì (Photo:  Anneli Jokela, WLWB)
December 4, 2017

The Tłı̨chǫ Aquatic Ecosystem Monitoring Program (TAEMP) returned to Gamètì this fall where fish, water and sediment samples had been collected... READ MORE »