Bryce Hoye

Reporter

Bryce Hoye is an award-winning journalist and science writer with a background in wildlife biology. Before joining CBC Manitoba, he worked for the Canadian Wildlife Service monitoring birds in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia and Alberta. Story idea? Email bryce.hoye@cbc.ca.

Latest from Bryce Hoye

After years of complaints, neighbours vent frustration over ramshackle city farm

The owner of a small urban farm near the outskirts of Winnipeg is facing animal welfare complaints, the latest in a years-long saga over the state of his property that has neighbours frustrated but afraid to take their concerns public.

Gripped by gripes? Winnipegger promotes 21-day challenge to end your complaining

Brandon Stuebing is encouraging people to not complain for 21 days in a row.

Owner of rail line to Churchill appeals order to fix flood-damaged tracks

A federal agency is overstepping its authority in ordering repairs be made to flood-damaged train tracks to Churchill, Man., argues rail line owner Omnitrax-Hudson Bay Rail.

10 years on, mother of Claudette Osborne marches forward in search of missing daughter

It's been nearly a decade since Claudette Osborne vanished, but even as the nightmare and uncertainty continues for family members, her mother has never given up hope that she would one day learn what happened to her daughter.

Safe ride group expects demand to rise as Greyhound buses pull off Manitoba roadways

The departure of Greyhound buses from Manitoba roadways has a Winnipeg safe-ride group calling for more women volunteers to get behind the wheel as it expects demand to rise for trips outside of the city.

Wanted: Roofer with copper expertise to help patch up Thunderbird House

Thunderbird House is badly in need of roof repairs — and an expert copper contractor with the knowledge and experience to do it.

Two-thirds of Winnipeggers support safe injection site, poll suggests

The Tory government says Winnipeg may not be the right place for a safe injection site for intravenous drug use, and that puts them at odds with the majority of Winnipeggers, a new poll suggests.

Hunt for missing swimmer closes Pinawa Dam Provincial Park

A popular Manitoba summer tourist site is closed after a swimmer went missing on Monday.

Hunkering down at Winnipeg Folk Fest? Here's how to be a happy camper

There are a few essential survival tips every happy camper at Winnipeg Folk Festival should keep in mind before making the pilgrimage out to Birds Hill Park this week and hammering that first tent peg into the ground.

Neechi Commons to close due to $3.9M debt, board says

Mounting debt has forced an Indigenous-owned grocer, restaurant and gallery space in North Point Douglas to close its doors, a member of its board says.

Storms, Winnipeg squirrel knock out power to thousands in southern Manitoba

Manitoba Hydro crews were busy working to restore power to more than 12,000 customers Friday morning after storms — and a lone squirrel — knocked power out in Winnipeg and parts of the south of the province.

Pastor gets cold shoulder as city committee supports heritage status for North End church

The city is moving forward with plans to extend heritage status to a North End church, despite opposition from its pastor, who says the designation will prevent the addition of Indigenous-inspired murals and renovations for transitional housing.

'Sobering report' tracks 53,000 Manitobans' struggles with alcohol, barriers accessing help

A robust 25-year study suggests the key to helping Manitobans in the grips of alcohol disorders could be all about more timely diagnoses and removing barriers to prescriptions and treatment so those with addictions can get quicker access to care.

Province hopes to free up police by offloading potentially violent patients on nurses: union

Manitoba's largest union representing health-care workers says provincial legal changes would offload security responsibilities from police onto nurses and health-care aides in situations with potentially violent patients.

Hospital guard says man who stabbed him with syringe said he's HIV positive: union

A 56-year-old man stabbed a security guard with a liquid-filled syringe at Health Sciences Centre this week, Winnipeg police say.