Bryan Eneas

The federal government and the Athabasca Health Authority are taking part in discussions about resources needed to address concerns raised by Fond du Lac's chief last week.
The federal government and the Athabasca Health Authority are taking part in discussions about resources needed to address concerns raised by Fond du Lac's chief last week. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Discussions underway between Gov’t, Athabasca Health Authority

By Bryan Eneas
August 20, 2018 - 12:00pm

In response to a request for help from the Fond du Lac Denesuline Nation and the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, the federal government has stated discussion

Most of Anthony Bear's belongings have been removed from the first trailer he owned. He said thieves took a liking to entering his property while he was gone, and he felt vulnerable after he lost numerous items to theft. The house stands mostly empty as he slowly completes odd jobs around the building in an attempt to make the trailer livable again.
Most of Anthony Bear's belongings have been removed from the first trailer he owned. He said thieves took a liking to entering his property while he was gone, and he felt vulnerable after he lost numerous items to theft. The house stands mostly empty as he slowly completes odd jobs around the building in an attempt to make the trailer livable again. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Muskoday First Nation resident seeks power, water, and gas connections for home

By Bryan Eneas
August 17, 2018 - 5:00pm

For 12 gruelling years, Anthony Bear has struggled to connect his home on the Muskoday First Nation to nearby power, water, and natural gas lines.

Youths from around Prince Albert and the surrounding area have gathered at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Gymnasium to participate in the first ever Call to Action 66 gathering.
Youths from around Prince Albert and the surrounding area have gathered at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Gymnasium to participate in the first ever Call to Action 66 gathering. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Gathering aims to educate youth about residential schools, culture

By Bryan Eneas
August 15, 2018 - 5:00pm

Youth, Elders and all ages in between are gathering at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Gymnasium to learn more about themselves.

The Call to Action 66 gathering focuses on the intergenerational traumas of the residential school era in Canada, while educating youth about their culture.

Huseyin Gumus' first year as General Manager of the Prince Albert Exhibition went off without a hitch, he said.
Huseyin Gumus' first year as General Manager of the Prince Albert Exhibition went off without a hitch, he said. File photo/paNOW Staff

2018 PAEX runs smoothly despite weather woes

By Bryan Eneas
August 7, 2018 - 2:00pm

The 2018 Prince Albert Exhibition couldn’t have gone any smoother, according to the event's general manager.

The 2018 Exhibition was the first year Huseyin Gumus worked in his new capacity as general manager. He said he was nervous at first, but everything ran well.

On Aug. 5 plaques were unveiled to mark the official opening of a new fitness park in Waskesiu, honouring the years of work Gordie Howe contributed to the community.
On Aug. 5 plaques were unveiled to mark the official opening of a new fitness park in Waskesiu, honouring the years of work Gordie Howe contributed to the community. submitted photo/Ken Landers

Mr. Hockey honoured with Fitness Park in Waskesiu

By Bryan Eneas
August 7, 2018 - 12:00pm Updated: August 7, 2018 - 1:22pm

While he was growing up, Gordie “Mr. Hockey” Howe spent his summers working and golfing at the Waskesiu Golf Course; it was here he met Prince Albert’s own Johnny Bower.

When he wasn’t working or hitting the course, Howe would spend time at the lake swimming and fishing.

Muskoday's Chief Austin Bear announced his retirement, and was honoured at the Muskoday Traditional Powwow on Aug. 5.
Muskoday's Chief Austin Bear announced his retirement, and was honoured at the Muskoday Traditional Powwow on Aug. 5. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Chief Austin Bear announces retirement, honoured at Muskoday Powwow

By Bryan Eneas
August 6, 2018 - 12:00pm

The long-time leader of the Muskoday First Nation will be calling it a career, nearly three decades after he took over the role.

It was announced during the communities traditional Powwow that Chief Austin Bear would be retiring after serving some 28 years as Chief.

Graham Tait rode through Prince Albert on Aug 5 in support of the Ronald McDonald House Family Rooms in both Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Graham Tait rode through Prince Albert on Aug 5 in support of the Ronald McDonald House Family Rooms in both Saskatchewan and Alberta. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Cyclist rides from Alta. to Sask. to support children's hospitals and organizations

By Bryan Eneas
August 6, 2018 - 10:00am

Graham Tait’s epic eight day bike tour stopped in the Gateway to the North when he paid visit to a building that will benefit from his roughly 1,400 kilometre journey.

Shooters from across North America gathered at the P.A. Rifle and Pistol Club over the last week to participate in the Silhouette shooting championships.
Shooters from across North America gathered at the P.A. Rifle and Pistol Club over the last week to participate in the Silhouette shooting championships. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

P.A. Rifle and Pistol Club plays host to North America's top shooters

By Bryan Eneas
August 5, 2018 - 10:30am

The Prince Albert Rifle and Pistol Club was popping over the past week, as it played host to the Canadian National Rifle Silhouette Championships.

Shooters from across western Canada and the United States gathered for a week of competition.

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