Bryan Eneas

Reporter, Indigenous Storytelling

Bryan Eneas is a journalist from the Penticton Indian Band currently based in Regina, Saskatchewan. Before joining CBC, he reported in central and northern Saskatchewan. Send news tips to Bryan.Eneas@cbc.ca.

Latest from Bryan Eneas

Fans, Regina business owner hoping for return of football as CFL contract dispute continues

The players could reject a final offer tabled by the league on Tuesday afternoon and go back on strike. For Saskatchewan Roughrider fans and businesses who host them on gamedays, the whole matter is anxiety inducing.

Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation chief promises legal action after removal by elders' council

Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation's elders' council says it's removing Karen Bird as the chief of the community, after she was elected to lead the First Nation in Saskatchewan just over one year ago. She says she's taking their decision to court.
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Award-winning journalist Connie Walker's latest podcast reconnects her with her roots

Connie Walker's work has taken her back to her roots: the St. Michael's Indian Residential School in Duck Lake, Sask. She interviewed her family and their peers about their experiences at the school for the podcast.

The Doctrine of Discovery: Its effects are still being felt, but only the Pope can rescind it

The Archbishop of Canterbury promised to work with officials in Saskatchewan and the Vatican to determine how the Doctrine of Discovery could be dismantled so it can never be used again to cause harm. But what is the doctrine, and can it be dismantled?

After survivors speak, Anglican leader apologizes for church allowing 'terrible crime' at residential schools

The spiritual leader of the Anglican Church told survivors gathered at a Saskatchewan First Nation Saturday that he was sorry the church had allowed "terrible crime" to occur at residential schools.

Costs for gravesite searches go beyond ground penetrating radar: Sask. First Nations

Costs related to searching for unmarked burial sites at residential schools go well beyond simply paying for equipment or finding a team to search with ground penetrating radar.

Family calling for answers after baby's leg broken at Jim Pattison Children's Hospital

Tobias Soosay was "happy and in good spirits" at the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital on April 3, the last time his mother saw him before April 7, when she discovered him in a full leg cast with no explanation about why it was needed.

Sask. First Nations call for better duty-to-consult legislation

Saskatchewan's NDP introduced a bill designed to change the duty-to-consult process, which First Nations from the province say is outdated and far behind the rest of the country.

Community safety officer program to be piloted on-reserve in Saskatchewan

Community safety officers will soon be reporting for duty in Muskoday First Nation and Whitecap Dakota First Nation, as Saskatchewan and government of Canada embark on a two-year pilot project designed to understand the impact officers have in First Nations communities.

Montreal Lake Cree Nation, Prince Albert city councillor look for solutions to crime in region

The way a city councillor in Prince Albert went about calling out the city's crime problem caught the attention of the Montreal Lake Cree Nation — which used the opportunity to pen an open letter to the city and its councillors asking to be a part of the solution.

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