Bryan Eneas

Royal Commission of Aboriginal Peoples commissioner Mary Sillett said the report made an impact in the lives of Indigenous people, but there is still work to be done.
Royal Commission of Aboriginal Peoples commissioner Mary Sillett said the report made an impact in the lives of Indigenous people, but there is still work to be done. Dana Reynolds/paNOW Staff

RCAP made strides, but much work remains: commissioner

By Bryan Eneas
November 30, 2016 - 2:00pm Updated: December 1, 2016 - 7:33am

Twenty years later, the Royal Commission of Aboriginal Peoples has made some strides for Indigenous peoples, but many issues from those days still exist today.

Chief Burns says the oil booms which were set up over the summer and fall have now been removed from the river due to frost. Burns said he still regularly sees hydrocarbons floating down the river.
Chief Burns says the oil booms which were set up over the summer and fall have now been removed from the river due to frost. Burns said he still regularly sees hydrocarbons floating down the river. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

'It’s a blow in the mid-section;' James Smith left with oil spill clean-up bills

By Bryan Eneas
November 25, 2016 - 12:20pm Updated: November 25, 2016 - 1:03pm

While Husky’s report on the July 21 oil spill was released last week, one First Nations leader is unhappy with their findings.

Paul Chartrand was one of the people who addressed the Red Earth Cree Nation during their justice forum on November 22, 2016.
Paul Chartrand was one of the people who addressed the Red Earth Cree Nation during their justice forum on November 22, 2016. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Participant on Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples reflects on last 20 years

By Bryan Eneas
November 24, 2016 - 5:00pm

Between the years of 1991 and 1996, a commission consisting of seven people, four of indigenous decent, conducted one of the most comprehensive and in depth studies on the indigenous peoples of Canada.

Students from the Muskoday First Nation Community School attended the health fair, where they had the opportunity to learn about many different health subjects. For their participation at each booth, they were awarded tickets which could be redeemed for fresh fruit and vegetables.
Students from the Muskoday First Nation Community School attended the health fair, where they had the opportunity to learn about many different health subjects. For their participation at each booth, they were awarded tickets which could be redeemed for fresh fruit and vegetables. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Healthy turnout at Muskoday’s annual health fair

By Bryan Eneas
November 23, 2016 - 5:00pm

From diabetes and chronic conditions, to mental wellbeing and healthy eating, residents of the Muskoday First Nation are filtering through the band hall to learn about their health.

Ricky Sanderson, from Stanley Mission, Sask. will be walking with five of his peers to Standing Rock, ND to support the water protectors in their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Ricky Sanderson, from Stanley Mission, Sask. will be walking with five of his peers to Standing Rock, ND to support the water protectors in their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. submitted photo/Ricky Sanderson

Stanley Mission residents trekking to Standing Rock

By Bryan Eneas
November 21, 2016 - 5:00pm

Two feet and a heartbeat will take six Stanley Mission residents to Standing Rock, ND, where they will make a stand for what they believe in.

Mayor Greg Dionne addressed members of the media at city hall today, about his reaction to the Husky report which came out last week.
Mayor Greg Dionne addressed members of the media at city hall today, about his reaction to the Husky report which came out last week. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Mayor Greg Dionne weighs in on Husky Spill report

By Bryan Eneas
November 21, 2016 - 2:57pm

Last week, Husky Energy released their report about the oil spill which rolled through Prince Albert at the end of July.

Today, staff from the city of Prince Albert gave their input on the results.

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