Bryan Eneas

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Bryan Eneas is a journalist from the Penticton Indian Band currently based in Regina, Saskatchewan. Before joining CBC, he worked in Prince Albert reporting in central and northern Saskatchewan. You can contact him at

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How failure in the gym taught Shana Pasapa to use her voice and feel empowered

Mixed martial artist and self-defense teacher Shana Pasapa says failing in the gym taught her to use her voice and made her feel empowered to share what she knows with other women in Saskatchewan.

Saskatoon Farmers' Market Cooperative votes in favour of moving

On Saturday, members of the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market Cooperative voted in favour of securing a lease for the property at 2612 Koyl Avenue.

Long-time Superstore assistant manager fired after altercations with violent customers

Trevor Long, who worked with the company for 26-years, was fired after he intervened to keep people safe from violent customers during two different incidents at the Prince Albert Superstore.

Canadian Securities Administrators offers transparency recommendations to cannabis industry

The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) says it has noticed a lack of transparency around mergers, acquisitions and board member or chair financial relationships in the cannabis industry and offered up recommendations to combat those issues.

Regina prepares for CFL West Final weekend

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are set to host the CFL’s West Final for only the third time in 43 years this weekend, and the city is prepared for the festivities.

Regina Legion seeks younger veterans to join ranks

The Royal Canadian Legion is looking for younger veterans to join its ranks — and RCMP members are welcome to join.

'This is what our people need': gathering an alternative to MMIWG national inquiry

Hundreds of people with one shared connection — a missing or murdered loved one — gathered in Regina over the weekend to share their stories, build connections and heal.

Employees at new North Battleford hospital worried problems go beyond leaky roof, unsafe water: CUPE

The union representing some employees at the Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford are concerned about the situation there.

Regina Pats, Swift Current Broncos game postponed due to ice plant malfunction

A Western Hockey League game between the Regina Pats and the Swift Current Broncos will have to take place at a later date, after the ice plant at Evraz Place malfunctioned and brown liquid seeped onto the ice.

Historic fur auction house granted creditor protection status

Toronto-based North American Fur Auctions was granted creditor protection by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on Oct. 31.

FSIN asks federal government to drop judicial review of child welfare decision

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron asked for that judicial review of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decision, called for by the federal government in October, to be stopped earlier this week.

Mother whose daughter was burned by hot coffee seeks apology and 'integrity' from McDonald's

Yvonne Pihach’s daughter sustained second-degree burns to her legs and feet after two coffees were spilled on her by an employee at the McDonald's inside the Stonebridge Walmart nearly one year ago. Now she's expressing her unhappiness with the way the company has handled the situation.

'This is something we have to do': Montreal Lake Cree Nation opens crystal meth detox facility

The Montreal Lake Cree Nation opened a crystal meth detox facility on Monday to address an addiction crisis in the north central Sask. community.

Would Wexit work? Separating from Canada would take years and be dictated by Ottawa

Wexit events are popping up across the Prairies, but the process of separating from Canada involves much more than rallies and public outcry. 

Daughter of Sask. curler who died in childbirth going home from hospital

Sydney Jenkins, the daughter of Aly Jenkins, is set to be released from hospital later today according to a social media post made by her father.