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Hue Living Room with Tracy Koga: Nadia Thompson

Nadia Thompson is our guest and she talks about Black History Month, and Human Rights, what that means now and for the future.

Hue Living Room with Tracy Koga: Fifty Shade of Love, Or Is There More?

We are back, our Hue Crew return this time to the living room to sit and talk about what life has to dish out. Love is in the air, or not if you have your mask on! The ladies explo...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Alicia Toner – Reaching Our Goals and Potential

Manitobans got a present after reaching vaccination goals, watching football live, being with family and friends. And Alicia Toner talks about her journey through hard times in her...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Isha Khan, Linda Drosdowech – Human Rights

Tracy sits down with Isha Khan CMHR CEO and how she is committed to bring Human Rights to the forefront not only for the community but also from within the organization. Plus Linda...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Jeffery Straker : A Mother’s Love Can Change Everything

Singer songwriter Jeffery Straker has gone a big personal journey not only facing a pandemic and isolation, but also dealing with the loss of his Mother. To fill the void, his late...

Hue Soundbytes With Tracy Koga : Let’s Get Our Hue-Man Back Again – Jacob Kaufman – Love

Jacob reveals his past living on the streets of Vancouver, and the hostile environment in which he found himself living in. After running away from his foster home, Jacob knows wha...

Hue Virtual Chat with Tracy Koga

Endless Love, and Roses : Susie Erjavec Parker, Linda Drosdowech talk about what endless love means today.

Hue Virtual Chat with Tracy Koga: Susie Erjavec Parker, Amy Tung, Charlotte Sytnyk, Multi-tasking

We talk about how we navigate runny noses, school notes to get that checked, and unrealistic wait times! We are living in a high zone of watching out who is around us, what their b...

The Batchelor, Hugs, Instagram Brand Stars, All Banned!

Well maybe not quite, but what is love really mean? Another person, family or oneself? And it is certainly tough during these Covid-19 times. Shunned for hugging, longing for some ...