Bryan Eneas

Three bands are starting legal action against Husky Energy, along with the James Smith Cree Nation and the Cumberland House Cree Nation.
Three bands are starting legal action against Husky Energy, along with the James Smith Cree Nation and the Cumberland House Cree Nation. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

More bands start legal action against Husky Energy following 2016 oil spill

By Bryan Eneas
August 2, 2018 - 5:00pm

Three new bands are starting to seek legal action against the energy company responsible for the 2016 oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River.

After these comments were screenshot and went viral FSIN is now applauding RCMP actions in investigating this incident as inciting hate and uttering threats.
After these comments were screenshot and went viral FSIN is now applauding RCMP actions in investigating this incident as inciting hate and uttering threats. submitted photo

FSIN applauds RCMP action over hateful comments, calls for action in Sask.

By Bryan Eneas
August 1, 2018 - 5:01pm

The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) is lauding police in and around Flin Flon for arresting two individuals accused of uttering threats and inciting hatred.

The NDP's First Nations and Metis relations critic Buckley Belanger and Deputy Leader Carla Beck came together on July 25 to blast the Sask Party over commitments to improve the child welfare system in Saskatchewan, as well as an increasing number of Indigenous children ending up in the system.
The NDP's First Nations and Metis relations critic Buckley Belanger and Deputy Leader Carla Beck came together on July 25 to blast the Sask Party over commitments to improve the child welfare system in Saskatchewan, as well as an increasing number of Indigenous children ending up in the system. submitted photo/Facebook

NDP calls out Sask Party over child welfare system

By Bryan Eneas
July 25, 2018 - 5:00pm

The opposition is calling out the Sask Party and expressing concern over the high rate of Indigenous children in the child welfare system.

The Saskatchewan All-Terrain Vehicle Association is reminding riders to practice safe riding, and be aware of trail conditions following a long dry spell in the province.
The Saskatchewan All-Terrain Vehicle Association is reminding riders to practice safe riding, and be aware of trail conditions following a long dry spell in the province. SATVA/Facebook

ATV Safety Association reminds riders to be aware of dry conditions

By Bryan Eneas
May 25, 2018 - 10:00am

ATV Safety Week is just around the corner, and the provincial riders association is reminding people to be safe while off-roading in order to avoid sparking wildfires.

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