Bryan Eneas

Buy-Low Foods, like this one in Osoyoos, B.C., will be coming to Tisdale later this year. Construction is already underway on the 25,000 square foot building, according to Economic Development Officer Sean Wallace.
Buy-Low Foods, like this one in Osoyoos, B.C., will be coming to Tisdale later this year. Construction is already underway on the 25,000 square foot building, according to Economic Development Officer Sean Wallace. Google Earth

Buy-Low Foods coming to Saskatchewan

By Bryan Eneas
March 1, 2017 - 12:36pm

A grocery chain with stores in British Columbia and Alberta is coming to Saskatchewan.

The Jim Pattison Group is building a Buy-Low grocery store in Tisdale, located 140 km southeast of Prince Albert.

The Royal Purple Association marks the month of March as Brain Awareness month. The awareness campaign kicked off on Feb. 28, 2017 at the Prince Albert Inn.
The Royal Purple Association marks the month of March as Brain Awareness month. The awareness campaign kicked off on Feb. 28, 2017 at the Prince Albert Inn. Bryan Eneas/paNOW.com

Saskatchewan Royal Purple Association kicks off brain awareness month

By Bryan Eneas
February 28, 2017 - 5:00pm

People decked out in purple swarmed into a Prince Albert hotel today to raise help raise awareness about an issue close to their hearts.

March is brain awareness month; the Royal Purple Association kicked off events by bringing their membership together from around Saskatchewan.

The Prince Albert Police were consulted by the Thunder Bay Police Service in November of 2016. The Thunder Bay service members were seeking advice on how to better their relations with Indigenous peoples in the north-western Ontario hub.
The Prince Albert Police were consulted by the Thunder Bay Police Service in November of 2016. The Thunder Bay service members were seeking advice on how to better their relations with Indigenous peoples in the north-western Ontario hub. file photo/paNOW Staff

Prince Albert Police helping their brothers in blue in Ontario

By Bryan Eneas
February 27, 2017 - 2:32pm

The Prince Albert Police Services' expertise and experience in Indigenous relations has been called on by a police force in northern Ontario.

The one-foot high kick was one of the games on display at the Jonas Roberts Memorial Community Center on Feb 23. Youth support workers from La Ronge are hoping to bring traditional games back to relevance in the community by educating and demonstrating them to the youth.
The one-foot high kick was one of the games on display at the Jonas Roberts Memorial Community Center on Feb 23. Youth support workers from La Ronge are hoping to bring traditional games back to relevance in the community by educating and demonstrating them to the youth. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Traditional games showcased in La Ronge

By Bryan Eneas
February 24, 2017 - 5:00pm

Before the advent of technology or even board games, Indigenous peoples found ways to keep themselves entertained.

Beaudre LaRocque, of the Waterhen First Nation, also represents the North Battleford Peewee AA Barons.
Beaudre LaRocque, of the Waterhen First Nation, also represents the North Battleford Peewee AA Barons. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

PAGC Youth Hockey Cup celebrates a successful first tournament

By Bryan Eneas
February 23, 2017 - 2:18pm

Youth from across north-central Saskatchewan are lacing up their skates to compete in a new hockey tournament.

The Dave Steuart, East End and Buckland arenas were filled this week as the Prince Albert Grand Council’s Youth Hockey Cup kicked off in its inaugural year.

Richard Moostoos tacks up a marten fur to a board, in preparation to sending it off for sale.
Richard Moostoos tacks up a marten fur to a board, in preparation to sending it off for sale. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Traditional trapping and furs featured at the James Smith Cree Nation winter festival

By Bryan Eneas
February 22, 2017 - 1:37pm

The preservation of traditional knowledge and the old ways of life were on display in the James Smith Cree Nation during its annual winter festivities.

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