Bryce Hoye


Bryce Hoye is a multi-platform journalist covering news, science, justice, health, 2SLGBTQ issues and other community stories. He has a background in wildlife biology and occasionally works for CBC's Quirks & Quarks and Front Burner. He is also Prairie rep for outCBC. He has won a national Radio Television Digital News Association award for a 2017 feature on the history of the fur trade, and a 2023 Prairie region award for an audio documentary about a Chinese-Canadian father passing down his love for hockey to the next generation of Asian Canadians.

Latest from Bryce Hoye

Cannabis traffickers used cryptocurrency, 'barrels of honey or maple syrup' to cover tracks: Manitoba RCMP

A 39-year-old Manitoba man and half a dozen others were arrested this summer and fall in connection with drug trafficking and money laundering schemes that involved cryptocurrency — and smuggling cannabis concentrate in and out of the country using barrels of honey and maple syrup.

Man found not criminally responsible in death of parents to stay in locked Manitoba mental health facility

A man found not criminally responsible this fall in the death of his parents and attempted murder of his former supervisor will soon be transferred to a locked mental health facility in Selkirk, Man., where he will remain indefinitely.

Community organizations laud new supports to help combat rising HIV rates in Manitoba

The Manitoba government announced new supports for HIV care on Friday, coinciding with World AIDS Day — including the creation of an Indigenous-led mobile service for homeless Manitobans and a research grant in memory of a doctor who treated HIV/AIDS patients at the height of the crisis.

'Substantial influx' of Ukrainians displaced by war relying on Winnipeg food banks: Harvest report

One out of two people accessing Winnipeg food banks so far this year have been Ukrainians displaced by war — part of a broader provincial trend that suggests one in four people using the services in Manitoba have been newcomers.

Former Manitoba law school dean can't be trusted as lawyer and should be disbarred, law society lawyer says

A Law Society of Manitoba lawyer argues the former head of the University of Manitoba law school cannot be trusted as a lawyer and should be disbarred based on numerous allegations he misspent or misused hundreds of thousands of dollars from the post-secondary institution.

Former law dean charged dozens of meals with 3 lawyers to U of Manitoba. They say meals never happened

Testimony from three lawyers cast doubt on the accuracy of dozens of expense claims — some for lobster, scallops and pricey meals — made by a former University of Manitoba law school dean who allegedly ran up tabs at a private Winnipeg club on the university's dime.

Suspicions around former U of Manitoba law school dean's expenses surfaced in 2019, hearing told

A former financial assistant at the University of Manitoba's law school says she first noticed red flags around expenses from the former law school dean in late 2019 — including a request to set up a Swiss bank account and transactions linked to a foundation of his.

Leaders honour legacy of Louis Riel on 138th anniversary of his death

Federal, provincial, municipal and Métis leaders honoured Louis Riel at a ceremony at his grave site in Winnipeg's St. Boniface neighbourhood on Thursday, the 138th anniversary of his death.

Family wants to put memorial back up after City of Steinbach's 'heartbreaking' order to remove it

A patch of grass by a row of evergreens in Steinbach became a makeshift memorial site for Ryan Cody Maynard after he was found dead there this spring, and now some of his loved ones say they're heartbroken the city forced them to take down the cross that once stood there in his memory.

Parents 'caught off guard' by new charges for previously free kindergarten program in southeast Manitoba

Parents of hundreds of kindergartners who attend a southeastern Manitoba afternoon school program say they're upset and may not be able to afford a new incoming fee the division will charge after providing the program for free for a decade.