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Employment term July & August, 2017
Closing date for applications: Thursday, June 15, 2017

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Board Update

The GRRB welcomes Margaret Begg, our newest Board member (GTC).

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Gwich'in Knowledge of Insects PDF

Updated: 2013-2018 Research Priorities PDF (Public Registry)

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Read our Spring 2017 Newsletter!

GRRB Spring 2017 Newsletter


Snow Goose Conservation Harvest Information

The GRRB encourages the harvest of Snow Geese as they are overabundant.
Spring hunt dates for NWT mainland: May 1st - May 28th.

Snow Goose Conservation Harvest Information 2017


Updated Contact Information

GRRB staff no longer have direct phone numbers. Anyone wishing to contact a GRRB employee should dial the main office number (867) 777-6600 and the extension of the employee they want to speak with. Visit our Contact Us page for more information, including phone extensions.



Taking Care of Caribou

Taking Care of Caribou

Read the signed Cape Bathurst, Bluenose-West and Bluenose-East Barren-Ground Caribou Herds Management Plan pdf (2.8Mb)

The Advisory Committee for Cooperation on Wildlife Management (ACCWM), made up of six wildlife management boards, decided, as a matter of priority, to form the Bluenose Caribou Management Plan Working Group to develop a plan for the three caribou herds. This plan was developed with involvement by the 17 communities, in six land claim areas, that harvest these caribou.