Bryan Eneas

Clean-up has finished in the James Smith Cree Nation and community officials aren't happy with the end results.
Clean-up has finished in the James Smith Cree Nation and community officials aren't happy with the end results. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

'We're at a standstill in negotiations': James Smith Cree Nation's clean-up woes continue

By Bryan Eneas
October 29, 2016 - 8:33am

After a promising start to clean-up efforts in the James Smith Cree Nation’s traditional lands, negotiations with Husky have come to a halt.

Dennis Ogrodnick addressing P.A.'s city council. Now, as councillor in Ward 5, Ogrodnick sits on the other side of the podium.
Dennis Ogrodnick addressing P.A.'s city council. Now, as councillor in Ward 5, Ogrodnick sits on the other side of the podium. file photo/paNOW Staff

City Council shake-up: Five new faces represent the people of P.A.

By Bryan Eneas
October 28, 2016 - 6:26am

While Greg Dionne may have retained his seat in Prince Albert’s municipal election, five of his councillors weren’t so lucky.

“I like (having new people). That’s a challenge, we’re going to have a different atmosphere on council, different opinions. It’ll be interesting,” Dionne said.

Northern Saskatchewan communities will be receiving more help to deal with the recent suicide crisis which has affected the communities of La Ronge, Stanley Mission, and Deschambault Lake.
Northern Saskatchewan communities will be receiving more help to deal with the recent suicide crisis which has affected the communities of La Ronge, Stanley Mission, and Deschambault Lake. Gianfranco Blanco/Flickr

Health Canada boosts services to First Nations in ‘state of despair and crisis:’ FSIN

By Bryan Eneas
October 20, 2016 - 5:00pm Updated: October 21, 2016 - 6:34am

In response to the suicide crisis in northern Saskatchewan, Health Canada is stepping up its services in isolated communities.

The Halloween Alley store, located in Prince Albert, features at least four costumes titled using the word “Indian.”
The Halloween Alley store, located in Prince Albert, features at least four costumes titled using the word “Indian.” Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

'Indian' costumes cause controversy in P.A.

By Bryan Eneas
October 19, 2016 - 5:22pm

In light of the discovery of controversial Halloween costumes in one Saskatoon pop-up store, it turns out Prince Albert, with 40 per cent of its residents identifying as First Nations, has a store selling similar garb.

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