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.

Latest from Bryan Eneas

After almost 3 years of COVID, New Year's Eve in Sask. will look a little different this year

This year's New Year's Eve celebrations will be a bit different than they were in 2020 or 2021, but an epidemiologist says residents celebrating in Sask. should still take a few precautions.

Sask. court rejects Sudanese man's appeal asking for leniency based on Gladue-like factors

Mohamed Omer, 45, appealed the seven-and-a-half year sentence he was given for a violent carjacking in Saskatoon in 2020, arguing his life experiences as a Black Sudanese refugee should have been considered by the courts like Gladue reports are for Indigenous people.

After tragic stabbings in Sask., First Nations leaders call for their own police force

First Nations leaders in Saskatchewan are calling for more policing in their communities, something the federal ministry of public safety says it's eager to help with and agrees more needs to be done.

Sask. government unveils plan to hire, retain more health-care professionals

The provincial government announced Wednesday that it will work to fill 1,000 positions and retain more health-care professionals already working in Saskatchewan.

CFL fines Sask. Roughrider wideout for nacho-related 'security protocol' breach

Duke Williams was fined for jumping into field level seating and enjoying a dish of nachos in Week 10 Canadian Football League action last weekend.

Creative Sask. announces first major TV series production following grant creation

Creative Saskatchewan, the agency responsible for creative projects and industries in the province, announced its first major television project investment on Friday.

Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation leaders past and present accused of misappropriating suicide prevention funds

A former chief and councillor, and one person currently listed as a councillor, for the Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation in northwestern Saskatchewan are accused of misappropriating band funds intended for suicide prevention.

7-year-old Saskatoon heart surgery survivor throws first pitch at Blue Jays game

Seven-year-old Rocky Trainor, who has gone through three open heart surgeries, got to meet the Toronto Blue Jays and throw the ceremonial first pitch before the team took on the Baltimore Orioles this week.

Sask. judge denies request to stay COVID-19 health order violation cases

A Saskatchewan judge didn't stay proceedings against two people and a numbered company tied to a nightclub or lounge, all of whom were accused of violating provincial health orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Regina city councillor Terina Shaw withdraws name from consideration for safety and wellbeing committee

Terina Shaw, councillor for Regina's Ward 7, has removed herself from consideration to be a member of the city's proposed community safety and wellbeing committee, just one day before city council was set to discuss the matter.