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Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Alex Cuba, Home is Where The Music Is!

Cuban born, but now a Canadian, Alex Cuba taks about his life is Smithers B.C. and how he has developed his own music here, free to be who he is as an artist. Passionate not only f...

Healing Hearts Show 12 – Anti-Racism in Sport

We discuss the need for anti-racism in sport, having a level playing field for all athletes. How to create more opportunities for Indigenous and BIPOC communities.

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Dr. Joss Reimer, Jana Couture : Power Women

It's a Best of Hue At Home, featuring Dr. Joss Reimer, and a behind the scenes at Eye Candy with Kim Dukic's ombre combo brows! Plus Robyn Priest and jana Couture on Let's Get Our ...

Healing Hearts – Multicultural Celebrations, Reflection On Canada Day

This year's Canada Day celebrations will be different. With more unmarked graves being found on residential school grounds a dark cloud has put a damper on many July 1st celebratio...

Healing Hearts Show 9 – Residential Schools , Trauma and Healing, Reconciliation

Belinda Vandenbroeck Elder and Residential School survivor shares her personal story and we learn more about the harrowing experiences of Indigenous children taken away. Clayton Sa...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Tania Joy, Karen Fowler : Community, Together We are Stronger

Tracy chats with Karen Fowler, taking the helm of one of our city's largest hospital foundations, and recording artist Tania Joy releasing a new single "Blink" and how she is suppo...

Healing Hearts Show 8 – Mental Health and Well-Being

The mental health and well-being of our Indigenous and newcomer communities is the topic of hot discussion as we listen to lived experiences and find a way to show support where he...

Hue Virtual Chat with Tracy Koga: Charlene Calder, Racism Raises It’s Ugly Head Again

There is a crisis going on with rampant racism against our Indigenous and South Asian communities. When is it going to stop? Elder Charlene Calder joins our chat to talk about ways...

Hue Virtual Chat with Tracy Koga: Claire Therese, Community Support Services For The Vulnerable

This week we talk about the less fortunate, the homeless, the vulnerable in our city's core area Point Douglas. Claire Therese joins us, she has first hand experience on the ground...