Bryce Hoye


Bryce Hoye is an award-winning journalist and science writer with a background in wildlife biology and interests in courts, climate, health and more. He recently finished up a stint as a producer for CBC's Quirks & Quarks. He is the Prairie rep for OutCBC. Story idea? Email

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'We've come a far way': Retired rail worker reflects on history of Black activism as force for change

When he worked for Via in Winnipeg in the 1990s, Tony McFarlane helped end a practice of booking higher-paid train staff in separate, and sometimes more expensive, hotel accommodations than lower-paid staff — many of whom were people of colour.

Household bubbles, kids' activities mulled in Manitoba's reopening over coming weeks

The Manitoba government is considering a broad swath of relaxed COVID-19 rules that could increase outdoor gathering sizes, allow families to form a "bubble" with another household, and see a range of reopenings, including in the retail and indoor recreation sectors.

Manitoba hopes to stem organic waste emissions at landfills with green impact bond

The Manitoba government is earmarking $1 million for a project it says aims to drive down greenhouse gas emissions by limiting the amount of organic waste heading to local landfills.

Enjoying Winnipeg's frozen waterways? Be careful, warns mom whose son crashed through icy river

Niki Card's 14-year-old son is safe and sound now, but it was a scary moment for the family when he crashed through the ice of the Seine River.

Over a dozen outdoor city rinks now open in Winnipeg — with 23 more on the way

Winnipeggers looking to make the best of pandemic isolation have a variety of additional outdoor options to choose from, including all city toboggan hills and over a dozen outdoor rinks that are now open.

Lace 'em up, but keep your distance: Winnipeg hockey rinks to open with restrictions

Hockey players and toboggan enthusiasts will be able to delight in the outdoor wonders of winter break after all.

Klinic needs help as Winnipeg volunteer pool halved, staff struggle to keep up with calls

A revamped phone system enables the community hub, which offers mental health and other supports, to receive more calls. But there aren't enough people around to pick up the phones, Klinic's crisis program says.

Manitoba deficit forecast improves but still expected to reach historic highs due to pandemic

Manitoba's deficit is expected to reach historic highs by early spring due to the pandemic, though provincial outlooks suggest the deficit will be nearly $900 million less than projections earlier this fall.

Manitobans laid off during pandemic struggle to afford costly diabetes medication

Some Manitobans laid off amid COVID-19 restrictions say they're struggling to afford life-saving diabetes medication as the health benefits through their former work plans run out.

Some Manitoba small businesses still fall through cracks of revamped COVID-19 bridge grant

Manitoba's latest effort to offer financial support to a broader range of independent businesses still leaves out some professionals it's intended to help.