Bryce Hoye

Reporter

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 bryce.hoye@cbc.ca.

Latest from Bryce Hoye

New panel to sift through Manitoba Hydro megaprojects report recommendations

The province has convened a small panel to comb through recommended changes to Manitoba Hydro that stemmed from a review of megaprojects released earlier this year, headed up by former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall.

Locals on edge in Whiteshell as hunt intensifies for Manitoba homicide suspect Eric Wildman

RCMP officers from across southern Manitoba as well as Ontario law enforcement, police dogs and air services are combing the Whiteshell region, looking for Manitoba homicide suspect Eric Wildman.

Walk-ins, appointments for vaccines ramp up next week as Manitoba hits 70% benchmark

Manitoba plans to ramp up vaccinations next week with tens of thousands more appointments and walk-in slots.

Manitoba records first COVID-19 death linked to delta variant

The death of a man in Winnipeg has been linked to the coronavirus variant of concern originally detected in India known as B.1.617.2 — or delta — making it the first such death reported in Manitoba.

Manitoba vaccine rollout failing to reach migrant workers, advocates say

Migrante Manitoba and a consortium of other organizations called Healthcare For All Manitoba issued a statement Monday expressing "grave concern" about how many eligible migrant farmworkers remain unvaccinated due to access issues.

HIV self-test kit project hopes to break down barriers to sexual health care

A new pilot project hopes to help end HIV in Canada long-term by removing barriers several at-risk communities face getting tested, and it all starts with a tiny take-home kit now being distributed by community groups.
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Manitobans in South Asian, Filipino communities deliver multilingual message on importance of COVID vaccines

In a new short video, members of Manitoba's South Asian and Filipino communities take turns relaying a message in Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Gujarati, Urdu, Tagalog and English about the importance of immunization against COVID-19.

Vaccines may 'blunt' a 4th wave — but delta variant could surge among unvaccinated Manitobans: experts

Some experts believe a fourth wave in Manitoba is likely to be more of a molehill than mountain thanks to increasing rates of vaccination, but one highly contagious variant may still threaten to surge in communities with lower vaccination rates.

Offer 'welcome to the party' — not blame for being tardy — when vaccine hesitant come around: pastor

A Steinbach pastor is encouraging Manitobans to congratulate those in their lives for getting vaccinated, even if they didn't take the first opportunity to do so due to hesitancy over the COVID-19 shot or other reasons.

Morden schools move to remote learning as Manitoba reports 360 new cases, 5 deaths

Manitoba reports 360 new cases and five deaths due to COVID-19 on Thursday, and schools in a southern town will go to remote learning next week.

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