Bryan Eneas

Reporter

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

High delivery fees, COVID-19 traffic losses force Güd Eats to say güdbye to Regina

Güd Eats owner and chef Chris Cole says time was not on the restaurant's side when it opened a location in Regina just before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, but its Saskatoon location will remain open.

Casino Regina dealer accused of racism loses gamble to get job back

A former dealer at Casino Regina won't be reinstated after being fired from the casino for making comments an arbitrator deemed insensitive and "arguably racist" to a fellow employee, and engaging in a "public tirade" with another in 2018, according to an arbitrator's decision.

Muskeg Lake Cree Nation moves forward with plan to take control of community's child and family services

The Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan told the federal government it would take steps to create its own child and family services programming last summer. The parties involved have now agreed to make that happen.

Sask. sets 13 new cold-weather records as deep freeze continues

Saskatchewan recorded 13 new low temperature records on Thursday as the seemingly never-ending deep freeze continues.

COVID-19 in Sask: 638 new vaccinations, 180 new cases and 2 deaths reported

Two people, one in their 70s and one over 80, died in the Saskatoon region.

In Municipalities of Saskatchewan's presidential election, incumbent's lone challenger seeks leadership, unity

Incumbent Gordon Barnhart's trip to Hawaii amid the COVID-19 pandemic was a strong motivator for Rodger Hayward to run for president of Municipalities of Saskatchewan, but he says a sense of disjointedness within the organization and its partners also needs to be addressed.

Clubs, volunteers see cross-country skiing taking off in Sask.

The COVID-19 pandemic isn't the only factor affecting cross-country skiing’s surge in popularity in Saskatchewan this year, skiers say.

Regina-born woman's weight loss journey culminates in Women's World Magazine cover

Rondi Neuven says initially she wanted to be able to fly and pay for just one seat. Eventually, she lost over 200 pounds and was recently featured on the cover of Women's World Magazine.

Sask. John Howard Society launches podcast featuring inmate voices, experiences

The John Howard Society of Saskatchewan hopes a new podcast it's producing changes how we think about justice.

Regina police have issued more COVID-19 tickets this month than all of 2020

RPS spokesperson Elizabeth said there had been 17 total COVID-19 tickets, each worth $2,800, issued in Regina as of Jan. 27. Nine of them were issued in January.

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