Bryan Eneas

<
Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron said the organization is thankful the federal government is trying to "right the wrongs" of the '60s Scoop, but wants to know more details about the compensation money.
Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron said the organization is thankful the federal government is trying to "right the wrongs" of the '60s Scoop, but wants to know more details about the compensation money. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

FSIN 'thankful' for '60s Scoop announcement, still has concerns

By Bryan Eneas
October 6, 2017 - 1:38pm

Indigenous leaders in Saskatchewan are responding to the federal government’s decision to compensate survivors of the ‘60s Scoop.

Lyle Whitefish (right) is one of three candidates for the second vice chief position within the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. In 2016, he ran for the NDP in the Sask Rivers riding, but ultimately lost to Nadine Wilson.
Lyle Whitefish (right) is one of three candidates for the second vice chief position within the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. In 2016, he ran for the NDP in the Sask Rivers riding, but ultimately lost to Nadine Wilson. submitted photo/NDP

Former FSIN Vice Chief seeks re-election

By Bryan Eneas
October 3, 2017 - 5:10pm

A resident and public figure from the Big River First Nation is seeking the second Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) Vice Chief’s headdress later this month.

FSIN Vice Chief Heather Bear said she's cautiously optimistic about the future of the missing and murdered Indigenous Women and Girls inquiry after the resignation of commissioner Marilyn Poitras.
FSIN Vice Chief Heather Bear said she's cautiously optimistic about the future of the missing and murdered Indigenous Women and Girls inquiry after the resignation of commissioner Marilyn Poitras. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Sask. leaders weigh in on recent MMIWG developments

By Bryan Eneas
July 12, 2017 - 10:00am

Leaders in Saskatchewan are weighing in on the departure of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls commissioner Marylin Poitras and the overall state of the inquiry.

Solar panels were installed on the community center in the northern village of Green Lake. The facility is expected to be operational in May according to Green Lake's Mayor Ric Richardson.
Solar panels were installed on the community center in the northern village of Green Lake. The facility is expected to be operational in May according to Green Lake's Mayor Ric Richardson. Submitted photo/Northern Village of Green Lake

'We’re trying to break trail:' Green Lake invests in green energy

By Bryan Eneas
April 25, 2017 - 12:00pm

One Saskatchewan village hopes to become a trail blazer in the province by investing in green energy.

The northern village of Green Lake, roughly 210 km north-west of Prince Albert, has built solar panels on the roof of its community centre.

Noah Merasty proudly displays his trophy from the second ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee. With his victory, Merasty now shifts his focus to the Spelling Bee of Canada which is hosted in Toronto, Ont.
Noah Merasty proudly displays his trophy from the second ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee. With his victory, Merasty now shifts his focus to the Spelling Bee of Canada which is hosted in Toronto, Ont. Submitted photo/Robert Merasty

Flying Dust First Nation youth spells his way to Toronto

By Bryan Eneas
April 11, 2017 - 12:00pm

A small town kid from Flying Dust First Nation is on his way to likely the biggest stage of his life.

Pages