Bryan Eneas

Twenty-Six candles were lit to honour each of the women still missing in Saskatchewan. A vigil was held to commemorate the lost. This was the PAGC women’s council’s 13th such event.
Twenty-Six candles were lit to honour each of the women still missing in Saskatchewan. A vigil was held to commemorate the lost. This was the PAGC women’s council’s 13th such event. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Sisters in Spirit vigils honour missing and murdered women and girls

By Bryan Eneas
October 4, 2016 - 5:00pm

Across the country, many families have received little to no closure regarding their missing or murdered grandmothers, mothers, aunts and daughters.

Hunter Quill, from the Wahpeton Dakota Nation, demonstrates the fancy bustle dancing style during the Prince Albert Grand Council cultural festival. The fancy bustle style will be one of the specials hosted on Saturday of the Northern Lights Casino Thanksgiving Powwow.
Hunter Quill, from the Wahpeton Dakota Nation, demonstrates the fancy bustle dancing style during the Prince Albert Grand Council cultural festival. The fancy bustle style will be one of the specials hosted on Saturday of the Northern Lights Casino Thanksgiving Powwow. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Thanksgiving powwow coming to P.A.

By Bryan Eneas
October 4, 2016 - 2:00pm

For another year, the Art Hauser center will be filled with the thunder of drums, the jingle of bells and the flashing colours of ribbons.

Students from Muskoday First Nation took a short walk around a portion of their community to show their support for Orange Shirt Day, and residential school survivors and intergenerational survivors.
Students from Muskoday First Nation took a short walk around a portion of their community to show their support for Orange Shirt Day, and residential school survivors and intergenerational survivors. Bryan Eneas /paNOW Staff

Muskoday First Nation Community School celebrates Orange Shirt Day

By Bryan Eneas
September 30, 2016 - 5:00pm

For the first year ever Saskatchewan school boards have recognized Orange Shirt Day.

The 2016 NORTEP-NORPAC class, consisting on an estimated 135 students, assembled on Aug. 23 when they were informed of the funding situation.
The 2016 NORTEP-NORPAC class, consisting on an estimated 135 students, assembled on Aug. 23 when they were informed of the funding situation. submitted photo/April Chiefcalf

NDP calls out SaskParty over NORTEP-NORPAC consolidation

By Bryan Eneas
September 28, 2016 - 5:03pm

The announcement of the consolidation of the NORTEP-NORPAC school in La Ronge has drawn the ire of the Saskatchewan NDP's advanced education critic Warren McCall.

Recent graduates from NORTEP-NORPAC. According to Rielle Desjarlais and April Chiefcalf, 94 per cent of these students can expect to find work in their fields of study in northern Saskatchewan.
Recent graduates from NORTEP-NORPAC. According to Rielle Desjarlais and April Chiefcalf, 94 per cent of these students can expect to find work in their fields of study in northern Saskatchewan. Photo submitted/April Chiefcalf

“They don’t see how important this is to us:” NORTEP-NORPAC looms on the verge of closure

By Bryan Eneas
September 28, 2016 - 11:46am

After signing a five year agreement with the provincial government in 2015, the funding for NORTEP-NORPAC is no longer available.

Hoop Dancer Burton Bird was one of many dancers entertaining and educating the masses at the PAGC culture festival this week. Bird is almost entirely deaf; he relies on the vibrations from the drum and what hearing he has left to time his dances.
Hoop Dancer Burton Bird was one of many dancers entertaining and educating the masses at the PAGC culture festival this week. Bird is almost entirely deaf; he relies on the vibrations from the drum and what hearing he has left to time his dances. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Deaf hoop dancer breaks through barriers

By Bryan Eneas
September 23, 2016 - 2:00pm

Burton Bird has been deaf since birth but has never let that stop him from doing anything and everything he wants to do; including dance.

Rodney Sanderson, from James Smith Cree Nation brought a jar containing a chunk of oil taken from his community. He was one of roughly 60 people who showed up to a presentation made by Ricardo Segovia.
Rodney Sanderson, from James Smith Cree Nation brought a jar containing a chunk of oil taken from his community. He was one of roughly 60 people who showed up to a presentation made by Ricardo Segovia. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Idle No More presents findings in Prince Albert

By Bryan Eneas
September 23, 2016 - 7:44am

Concerned residents from Prince Albert and surrounding area, had a chance to hear results from an independent analysis of water collected from the North Saskatchewan River.

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