Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Breaking The Myths, The Untold Truth Behind The History Books

An amazing panel of 4 women, Junko Bailey, Heba Abd El Hamid, Rebecca Chartrand, Yuliia Kovalenko will share their own lived experience with war, the atomic bomb, discrimination an...

Hue’s In The Kitchen – Feat. Karen Abas Sinclair

Karen Abas shares some of her cultural dishes from Lebanon, passed down from her Mom. Karen loves to cook, and her passion will inspire you to try too!

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Jace Bodner – Music Star on The Rise

Jace Bodner is quickly making a name for himself as a talented musician, and powerful singer songwriter. He talks about what motivates him, and who inspires him to keep moving in t...

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Jerry Sereda Bringing Country Home

Jerry Sereda is a well known country artist that uses his education degree and Metis culture to enlighten and entertain people with his master storytelling. He just released his la...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Winnipeg Chamber Orchestra Without Borders

A unique chamber orchestra is trying to put themselves on the music map with a bold show for Black History Month. With live singers, video and a 40 piece orchestra, they will paint...

Healing Hearts -The Final Chapter, The Future Conversations

It is the last show of Healing Hearts in partnership with IPW, we reflect on the past 27 shows and where the conversation will go in the future.

Healing Hearts – Employment Opportunities

We discuss the job opportunities for the Indigenous and newcomers, what it takes and who are employing them.

Healing Hearts – Employment Opportunities: Are They Better?

We tackle the issue of employment opportunities for Indigenous peoples and Newcomers, what resources are out there, and the barriers they still face today.