Bryan Eneas

A local cannabis consultant says he's frustrated and insulted by a growing black market around cannabis products, because he said he took the appropriate steps to try and obtain a license to sell the plant for recreational purposes.
A local cannabis consultant says he's frustrated and insulted by a growing black market around cannabis products, because he said he took the appropriate steps to try and obtain a license to sell the plant for recreational purposes. file photo/The Canadian Press

Local frustrations grow over cannabis legalization process

By Bryan Eneas
May 2, 2018 - 5:00pm

A local business owner is expressing his frustrations about the pending legalization of cannabis.

Finance Minister Donna Harpauer and Premier Scott Moe both discussed the possibility of a new hospital in Prince Albert at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon May 1.
Finance Minister Donna Harpauer and Premier Scott Moe both discussed the possibility of a new hospital in Prince Albert at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon May 1. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Premier, Finance Minister discuss new hospital during P.A. visit

By Bryan Eneas
May 2, 2018 - 8:00am

Saskatchewan's premier and finance minister reaffirmed their commitment to a new, provincially-funded hospital in Prince Albert during a visit to the city Tuesday.

Students from the Indigenous Social Work program at the First Nations University of Canada have penned an open letter to Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe regarding mental health in schools.
Students from the Indigenous Social Work program at the First Nations University of Canada have penned an open letter to Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe regarding mental health in schools. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

FNUC students call for better mental health supports in schools

By Bryan Eneas
May 1, 2018 - 5:00pm Updated: May 2, 2018 - 8:15am

Indigenous social work students in Prince Albert penned an open letter to Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe calling for improved mental health services in schools.

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