Bryan Eneas

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.

Christopher Jobb, the new vice chief of the Prince Albert Grand Council was sworn in on Tuesday, October 18. Jobb will serve three years as the vice chief. He narrowly beat out incumbent Brian Hardlotte 129 to 114.
Christopher Jobb, the new vice chief of the Prince Albert Grand Council was sworn in on Tuesday, October 18. Jobb will serve three years as the vice chief. He narrowly beat out incumbent Brian Hardlotte 129 to 114. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

PAGC elects new vice chief after shocking suicide announcement

By Bryan Eneas
October 19, 2016 - 7:18am

Over the course of two days, 244 delegates from across Saskatchewan weighed three candidates, each vying for one of two Vice Chief positions within the Prince Albert Grand Council. (PAGC) The evening, however, was overshadowed by a tragic announcement.

The Prince Albert Grand Council grand assembly will be hosted today and tomorrow at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre. Representatives from all 12 communities are discussing financials of the organization, which represents 40,000 First Nations from around northern Saskatchewan.
The Prince Albert Grand Council grand assembly will be hosted today and tomorrow at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre. Representatives from all 12 communities are discussing financials of the organization, which represents 40,000 First Nations from around northern Saskatchewan. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

P.A. Grand Council gathers for annual assembly

By Bryan Eneas
October 17, 2016 - 5:00pm

Representing a population the size of Prince Albert, the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) has its own financial responsibilities to answer to.

Prince Albert mayoral candidates, including Conrad Burns (above) answered student questions today at a forum hosted by the First Nations University of Canada.
Prince Albert mayoral candidates, including Conrad Burns (above) answered student questions today at a forum hosted by the First Nations University of Canada. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Candidates come together to answer students’ questions

By Bryan Eneas
October 13, 2016 - 5:00pm

After the intensity of last night’s debate, the four Prince Albert mayoral candidates met in a relaxed atmosphere at the First Nation’s University of Canada to answer queries from students

Randy Bair, captain of the Muskoday Fire Department explains the removal procedure to students from the Muskoday First Nation Community School. Bair said the department is responsible for an area which extends between Birch Hills and Prince Albert.
Randy Bair, captain of the Muskoday Fire Department explains the removal procedure to students from the Muskoday First Nation Community School. Bair said the department is responsible for an area which extends between Birch Hills and Prince Albert. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Fire Prevention Week brings mock accident to Muskoday

By Bryan Eneas
October 13, 2016 - 5:00pm

During National Fire Prevention week, the Muskoday First Nation fire department is busy raising awareness around the community.

Cal Arcand participated in the grass dance special, hosted in honour of his son Jesse.
Cal Arcand participated in the grass dance special, hosted in honour of his son Jesse. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

On the Powwow Trail: The Gustafson and Daniels memorial special

By Bryan Eneas
October 11, 2016 - 4:59pm Updated: October 12, 2016 - 2:27pm

Many powwows on the red road feature memorial specials hosted by friends and family who have lost a loved one. The dances are meant to help those in pain towards the path to healing.  

Patrick Mitsuing raises his fists as the crowds cheer for his final Spotlight Special dance.
Patrick Mitsuing raises his fists as the crowds cheer for his final Spotlight Special dance. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

On the Powwow Trail: The Spotlight Special

By Bryan Eneas
October 9, 2016 - 3:41pm

Two dancers spin, jump, flip and fly through the air fifteen feet apart in the middle of the Art Hauser Centre illuminated by spotlights. The sound of the drum thunders through the arena and the crowd watches in anticipation as these two preform acrobatic manoeuvres, seemingly with ease.

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