Bryce Hoye

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Bryce Hoye is an award-winning journalist and science writer with a background in wildlife biology and interests in courts, social justice, health and more. Story idea? Email bryce.hoye@cbc.ca.

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Student union backs Winnipeg Transit union as fears of strike loom

The University of Manitoba Students' Union is throwing support behind the union that represents Winnipeg Transit employees, amid a tense, months-long contract negotiation process with the city that has raised fears of a possible transit strike.

Meet the rookies: Manitobans elect 13 first-time MLAs

The results are in and Manitobans in several ridings will now spend the next few years looking to a crop of rookies voted in as members of the legislature Tuesday night.

'You are a superhero': Winnipeg inner-city teacher brings powerful message to students heading back to class

Not all heroes wear capes, but teacher Marjorie White donned one in an effort to boost confidence and underscore the power of learning to Dufferin Elementary School students heading back to class.

Springfield council green-lights hazardous waste plant despite opposition

Springfield municipal council voted in favour of allowing a hazardous waste facility to set up in the community, despite numerous concerns raised by locals at a meeting Thursday night.

Family searches Whiteshell Provincial Park after man goes missing

Bradley Anderson, 49, of Pinaymootang First Nation, disappeared while rice picking on Lone Island Lake Friday morning, family say.

Reservist suspected of neo-Nazi ties prompts questions about whether signals missed by military

The case of an Armed Forces reservist being investigated for alleged links to a neo-Nazi group underscores the challenge facing the Canadian military and the need for it to do more to crack down on white supremacists in its ranks, experts say.
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'Hands in the air': RCMP raid home of army reservist accused of ties with neo-Nazi group

The RCMP raided the rural Manitoba house of a military reservist who is suspected of recruiting for a global neo-Nazi terrorist group late Monday night and seized a number of firearms.

Streveler takes over starting QB duties for Bombers as Nichols out for weeks with injury

Winnipeg Blue Bomber quarterback Matt Nichols is out of the mix for weeks with an upperbody injury, and the team has tapped Chris Streveler as his replacement.

Liberals commit to improve wait times for hip, knee replacements

Manitoba wait times for knee and hip replacements "are the worst in the country" and the Liberals will change that if elected, says leader Dougald Lamont.

NDP pledge to extend weekend hours at Winnipeg ACCESS centres

Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew is committing to extending hours and services on weekends at Winnipeg's seven ACCESS Centres if the party is elected Sept. 10.

Pollster says there's a data issue with survey suggesting Manitoba PCs and NDP are in 'dead heat'

The creator of a poll suggesting Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats in a "dead heat" in popularity now says there is an issue with the data.

Woman opens up backyard pool for neighbourhood swim lessons years after near-drowning of toddler son

A Winnipeg woman is opening up her backyard pool so neighbourhood families can use the space to help their kids learn how to swim.

Dispute between city, transit drivers scaring riders who depend on bus, councillors say

Two Winnipeg councillors are sounding off on the divisive contract negotiations between the city and transit staff.

Manitoba seeks firm to build Dauphin lab to detect chronic wasting disease in deer

Manitoba Sustainable Development is trying to hire a company to build a health lab in Dauphin that would detect a harmful disease that's popped up in deer populations in other provinces.

Ocean conservation group channels 'beautiful energy' of activist who died in Ethiopia plane crash

A group of Arctic Ocean conservation advocates gave intimate tours of a series of outdoor wildlife murals in Winnipeg on Wednesday to help raise awareness of issues facing northern ecosystems and to pay homage to the short life of an environmental and social activist who died in a plane crash five months ago.