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Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Niki Kennedy The Full Deal

Niki Kennedy left home to go to music school thousands of miles away and she has never looked back. She is producing her own sound and using her skills to set her apart from the re...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Yayoi Brant

Yayoi Brant, born in Taiwan, came to Winnipeg well after the internment. She talks about learning the history and discovering more about her homeland in Japan.Music from Uppbeat (f...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Terry Tully Osono Tully

Osono Tully and her son Terry reflect on her family history back in B.C. and how she came to live on the Tully farm in Portage La Prairie. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Terumi Kuwada

Terumi talks about her parents' journey and also the political undertaking of the Redress to Japanese Canadians and apology by the Conservative Government led by Prime Minister Bri...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Midori Bruns

Midori Bruns remembers growing up in BC, and then the ugliness of the internment, hard work on the farms, and eventually coming to Winnipeg. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Nicole Chammartin

Nicole Chammartin is the new executive director for the Victoria Hospital Foundation and looking forward to making a difference.

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Japanese Canadian Historical Retrospective – Elsie Minamide

Elsie recalls the lush garden and fruits her father grew back in BC, and then after the internment starting all over again, after all property and money were taken by the governmen...

Hue Soundbytes with Tracy Koga: Kayla Gordon

Kayla Gordon has been a fixture on the local theatre scene and talks about her stepping down form being artistic director for Winnipeg Studio Theatre.