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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 at Home with Tracy Koga: Krishna Mankasingh – Range of (e)Motion – Fulfilling a Dream

Krishna Mankasingh is many things, a successful bodybuilder, personal trainer, filmmaker and lives with schizophrenia. His documentary Range of eMotion tells his story and has give...

IRCOM 30th Anniversary

This amazing place for refugees and immigrants has been home for so many. We celebrate 30 years of service to our city's prized citizens.

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Caryn Douglas : Deaconesses of The Past

Caryn Douglas shares her passion and knowledge of the women of The Church. The history of the deaconesses, and the beginnings of social work for the communities they served. Plus t...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Current Winnipeg, Grace and Nelly Project, Winnipeg on The Map!

A brand new music festival, and an organization making a big difference for young women is putting Winnipeg on the map and garnering attention across the country. Monica Derksen is...

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Fresh Breath

Katie and Josh Pascoe make a stop by the Hue Studio for a great interview and some music. The husband and wife duo talk about life, music and back to traveling on the road together...

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Fringe Reviews and Mayoral Questions!

Winnipeg is setting record heat waves, and so is The Fringe! More reviews and a spontaneous conversation with Fringer ira from Spec Theatre and mayoral candidate Rana Bokhari!

Hue at Home with Tracy Koga: Winnipeg Fringe Fest is Back!

All the zany characters that we have grown to love are back after 2 years of no fringing. Chuck McKewen gives us all we need to know in how to navigate more than 100 shows, and we ...