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

Saskatoon care home resident reflects on life in care during COVID-19

For those in care homes, life has been vastly different through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Protesters continue pressuring city of Regina to remove John A. Macdonald statue

Protestors say the city of Regina's efforts around the John A. Macdonald statue in Victoria Park are too passive and don't go far enough. They want to see the statue removed and placed somewhere where the man's history can be properly told.

Montreal Lake Cree Nation goes into 'total lockdown' after positive COVID-19 test

The Montreal Lake Cree Nation, located about 100 kilometres north of Prince Albert, has locked itself down after a person there tested positive for COVID-19. 

In spite of challenging fiscal year, earnings drop, strong performance for Sask. Crowns in 2019-20: minister

The Crown Investments Corporation tabled its annual report Friday, which it says shows successes over a troubling 2019-20 fiscal year.

Saskatoon man rescues girl who drifted out of parents' reach on Lake Diefenbaker

A Saskatoon man's quick thinking may have saved a young girl's life.

Number of impaired driving deaths on Sask. roads dropped sharply in 2019, SGI annual report says

SGI’s annual report, tabled Thursday, says fewer people are dying on Saskatchewan roadways as a result of impaired driving. 

Saskatoon company to partner with gov't to develop mental health app for farmers

The government of Saskatchewan is partnering with a Saskatoon-based company to create an application for farmers to help with their mental health and wellbeing. 

Sucker River boy, 6, swept away by current drowns

Community leaders have confirmed a six-year-old boy from Sucker River, who just graduated from kindergarten, drowned on Friday. 

Shortened Sask. legislature sitting winds down

Friday marked the end of the Saskatchewan's legislature sitting, which was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sask. gov't announces $4B project to double irrigable land in province

The government of Saskatchewan has announced a $4-billion project that will irrigate some 202,000 hectares of land with water from Lake Diefenbaker over the next decade, effectively doubling the amount of irrigable land in Saskatchewan.

Province creates application allowing hunters with disabilities to use motorized track chairs

Earlier this week the Saskatchewan government created an online application process which would allow hunters with mobility issues to use motorized track chairs while hunting.

Sask. landlords lose millions due to pandemic, ask for eviction suspensions to be lifted

It’s the start of a new month and for some that means rent’s due. For others, it may mean another missed payment that may not be recouped. 

The pandemic within a pandemic: Regina's overdose numbers skyrocket through 2020

By March, the Regina Police Service had already responded to more drug overdoses than it had in the entirety of 2019. Things haven't slowed down since then either.

Police in Regina remind social media buyers, sellers to stay safe during meet-ups

In light of a recent robbery during the sale of an item arranged over social media, Regina’s top cop is reminding people to use caution when organizing meetups with strangers. 

Sask. trade ministry says plans to open foreign offices delayed until 2021

The government of Saskatchewan's plans to open foreign trade offices in Japan, Singapore and India are still going ahead, despite delays caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

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