Bryan Eneas

For the first time ever, the Prince Albert Northern Bears have been named the host team for the 2020 Esso Cup, an elite tournament featuring the best-of-the-best midget level female athletes from across Canada.
For the first time ever, the Prince Albert Northern Bears have been named the host team for the 2020 Esso Cup, an elite tournament featuring the best-of-the-best midget level female athletes from across Canada. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

P.A. Northern Bears named hosts ahead of 2020 Esso Cup

By Bryan Eneas
September 28, 2018 - 5:00pm

The Esso Cup will be returning to Saskatchewan for a third time. This time around, the championship tournament will be hosted in the Gateway to the North.

Students and Elders came together with representatives from Manitobah Mukluks to participate in the the company's Storyboots program, which teaches youths how to make moccasins and mukluks.
Students and Elders came together with representatives from Manitobah Mukluks to participate in the the company's Storyboots program, which teaches youths how to make moccasins and mukluks. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Montreal Lake Cree Nation, Manitobah Mukluks enter into business partnership

By Bryan Eneas
September 28, 2018 - 4:25pm Updated: October 1, 2018 - 2:11pm

Montreal Lake Business Ventures has acquired partial ownership in Manitobah Mukluks in a deal which will see the two enter a mutually beneficial agreement.

The Muskoday First Nation Community School is now home to an accessible and inclusive playground.
The Muskoday First Nation Community School is now home to an accessible and inclusive playground. submitted photo/Muskoday First Nation Community School

Muskoday First Nation Community School celebrates accessible playground opening

By Bryan Eneas
September 21, 2018 - 12:00pm

The Muskoday First Nation is now home to a brand new accessible playground structure.

The park was opened earlier this month with a celebratory barbecue and ribbon-cutting at the Muskoday First Nation Community School.

Members of the Twilight Wolfpack team eagerly watch their can of water as it boils. The water boil was the last part of the Indigenous Relay hosted by Saskatchewan Polytechnic on Sept. 20.
Members of the Twilight Wolfpack team eagerly watch their can of water as it boils. The water boil was the last part of the Indigenous Relay hosted by Saskatchewan Polytechnic on Sept. 20. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Indigenous relay features team building, something different for students

By Bryan Eneas
September 21, 2018 - 9:40am

Since 2002, students at Saskatchewan Polytechnic have participated in some form of Indigenous Relay event as part of back-to-school welcome week activities.

Acting Prince Albert Police Service Chief Jon Bergen says the local police service will be as prepared as possible for the legalization of marijuana.
Acting Prince Albert Police Service Chief Jon Bergen says the local police service will be as prepared as possible for the legalization of marijuana. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

'We’re going to be as ready as we possibly can;' PAPS prepares for marijuana legalization

By Bryan Eneas
September 19, 2018 - 5:00pm

The Prince Albert Police Service took a number of steps to prepare for the coming legalization of cannabis next month.

Acting Chief Jon Bergen sat down with paNOW to discuss how the service planned for a shift in legislation.

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