Bryce Hoye


Bryce Hoye is a multi-platform Manitoba 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 won a national Radio Television Digital News Association award for a 2017 feature on the history of the fur trade. He is also Prairie rep for outCBC.

Latest from Bryce Hoye

Group feels calls for independent seniors advocate ignored in meeting with Manitoba seniors minister

After a single meeting with Manitoba's seniors and long-term care minister, a seniors' advocacy group says they feel ignored and don't have much hope they'll be listened to again by the government ahead of the next provincial election.

Rural reeve, mayor reflect on highs, lows as both eye an end to life in public office in Manitoba

The mayor of Portage la Prairie is reflecting on all that he learned in his 16 years as an elected official serving the Manitoba city where he plans to continue living, but won't be serving as a public official.

Manitoba recruiting 5 psychologists in attempt to tackle shortage, improve mental health care wait times

Manitoba is hoping to attract five psychologists to the health workforce that it hopes will help make a dent in long-standing wait-list issues for mental health care exacerbated by the pandemic.

MPI computer system glitch tells African Canadian woman getting licence photo her skin tone is 'unnatural'

An African Canadian woman who lives in Winnipeg says she recently experienced issues getting a new Manitoba driver's licence photo, and she's frustrated by the explanation she received — that it had to do with her skin tone.

$100M fundraising campaign aims to bring new surgical, diagnostic tech to Health Sciences Centre

The Health Sciences Centre is set to get a range of upgrades through a $100-million fundraising campaign it also expects will help with staff recruitment and retention.

Two-spirit flag raising at Thompson city hall a 'really affirming' sign for 2SLGBTQ Indigenous people in north

Ace Doran-Campbell and Francis Budd say seeing the two-spirit flag rise above Thompson city hall this Pride month gives them hope for 2SLGBTQ people like them in northern Manitoba.

Organizers, allies call out pastor's anti-2SLGBTQ views as Altona readies for 1st Pride parade

Manitobans will take to the streets of a rural town's first Pride parade Saturday, and while there's cause for celebration, organizers and some community members are also calling out a local pastor for spreading anti-2SLGBTQ views.

'This is why we still need Pride,' says non-binary Winnipegger after rainbow flag torn from West End home

Tanya St. Jacques and their partner are trying to comprehend why someone — who they caught on a porch surveillance camera — would tear down a 2SLGBTQ rainbow flag from their West End home during Pride month.

Need for low-income nutrition program remains, but Manitoba pandemic funds about to dry up

Provincial funding for the home, nutrition and learning program is set to end June 30, and community organizers say that leaves recipients of the food program in a precarious position.

Community group encouraged by Manitoba funding boost for mindfulness-based therapy

A community-based organization in Winnipeg's northwest is praising additional investments in a mindfulness-based therapy that is being expanded to reach more people amid increased need for mental health services due to the pandemic.