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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.

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: 1 Just City Making a Difference One person At a Time

Glynis Quinn and Josh Ward are guests on Hue at Home, they work at 1 Just City, looking after some of the city's poorest neighborhoods. providing food, shelter and many other progr...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Rochelle Squires In The Hue Chat Room

Hon. Rochelle Squires talks about politics, the inner circle of power and why her passion told her to back out of the leadership race. We are joined by Rana Bokhari, Charlott Sytny...

Healing Hearts #14 – Bill 64

We have Nathan Martindale from Manitoba Teachers' Society and other guests discuss Bill 64 the controversial education Bill that has some serious issues that will affect our commun...

Healing Hearts #13 – Education For All

We talk about how the education system needs to change especially for the Indigenous and Newcomer communities. Taking down the barriers and making sure education is accessible to a...

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 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...

Hue Soundbytes With Tracy Koga: A New Name, But Same Cause…Harvest Manitoba

Harvest Manitoba is the province's largest food bank, and with the pandemic has had to pivot and turn things around to meet the needs of the hungry, and also the safety of voluntee...