Prince Albert, Sask. -- Marlene Bird and Patrick Lavallee outside of the Prince Albert Provincial Courthouse, where Leslie Black was sentenced to 16 years for attempted murder on Sept. 22, 2017. In June 2014, Black physically and sexually assaulted Bird in a downtown Prince Albert alley, before lighting her on fire. Bird's legs were amputated and her eyesight was permanently damaged as a result of the attack. Bird would pass away just months later, on November 27, 2017. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Treaty 6 Territory, Sask. -- Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum, a co-founder of Idle No More, surveys her family's traditional territory just days after the trees were destroyed by clearcutting. She says she had not given anyone permission to cut the lands, which were used by her family for generations to hunt, fish and trap. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
La Ronge, Sask. -- Roughly 200 people attended a candlelight vigil in La Ronge, following the tragic suicides of six girls between the ages of 10 and 14 in October, 2016. Four of the girls came from La Ronge and the surrounding area. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Prince Albert, Sask. -- Sask. Liberal Sen. Lillian Dyck, the chair of the Senate Standing Committee on Aboriginal People, was part of a team of Canadian Senators touring the country and collecting feedback about what a "nation-to-nation" relationship looks like from Indigenous and Métis people in the prairie region of Canada. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
James Smith Cree Nation, Sask. -- James Smith Cree Nation Chief Wally Burns overlooks the Saskatchewan River, which runs through James Smith territory. After foam and oil from the Husky Oil Spill in July, 2016, started appearing, he and a team of workers installed six booms along the river to “catch” as much oil as possible. Photo credit Bryan Eneas
Ile-a-la-Crosse, Sask. -- Antoinette LaFleur, a former student and survivor of the Ile-a-la-Crosse boarding school, speaks to a crowd gathered on Sept. 8, 2016. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Minister Carolyn Bennett, and Métis National Council president Clem Chartier were on hand to listen to stories from survivors, who were not compensated following the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, despite suffering many of the same atrocities as Indigenous people did in the residential school system. Photo credit Bryan Eneas
Prince Albert, Sask. -- A member of the Prince Albert Fire Department examines a collapsed ceiling at a parking garage in Prince Albert on March 29, 2018. Greg Johnson, the owner of the white pickup truck, was sitting in his office directly above the ceiling when it collapsed. He described hearing a large crash, but he was initially unaware of its origin. No injuries were reported in the incident. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Shellbrook, Sask. -- On August 31, 2016, roughly 20km northwest of Shellbrook, a private aircraft entered a flat spin shortly after take off and crashed into a small grove of trees, according to farmers on scene. The two occupants were taken to hospital in stable condition according to Parkland Ambulance. Photo credit Bryan Eneas
Muskoday First Nation, Sask. -- Students from the Muskoday First Nation Community School were joined by students from around the Prince Albert region for their second annual 100 Days of School celebratory Round Dance on Febuary 9, 2018. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Prince Albert, Sask. -- Earl McKay (left) and Kimberly Roblin paint depictions of Indigenous life on bison skulls, among many other bone based mediums. McKay, from the Cumberland House, uses art as a way of coming to terms with his upbringing in the foster care system during the 60s Scoop. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Saskatoon, Sask. -- Devon Smith found himself fighting out of many situations like this during his fight at the Modern Fighting Championship's premier event in Saskatoon, hosted on February 23, 2018. Smith, a fighter from La Ronge, Sask., was able to go the distance against his opponent, but lost by judges decision. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Beardy's and Okemasis Cree Nation, Sask. -- Chuckwagon races were part of the Beardy's and Okemasis Cree Nation's Sports days. The sports grounds where the events were hosted nearly burned to the ground in 2015, but through the work of a dedicated council, community members and sponsorship dollars, the Cree Nation was able to host their sports days in early September, 2017. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Highway 3, Sask. -- The second full moon of Jan. 2018, was also a
lood moon, and featured an eclipse during the early morning hours of Jan. 31, 2018. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.
Crutwell, Sask. -- Smoke from wildfires in Pelican Narrows, Sask. lowers visibility along Highway 3 in September, 2017. Photo credit Bryan Eneas.