The Duhks is a band from Winnipeg, Canada.

The members play a blend of Canadian soul, gospel, North American folk, Brazilian samba, old time country string band, zydeco, and Irish dance music. Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, their music draws heavily on all of the North American musical traditions, while successfully integrating Latin-music-influenced percussion. Their first album, Your Daughters & Your Sons was nominated for a Juno award. Their eponymous second album won a Juno for Best Roots & Traditional Album by a Group, and "Heaven's My Home," from their third album, was nominated for the 2007 Grammy award for Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.

In March 2007 lead singer Jessee Havey left the band to pursue other interests.

Singer Sarah Dugas joined the band in March 2007. She was later joined by her brother, Christian Dugas, in November 2007 after percussionist Scott Senior left the group to spend more time at home with his family.

January 15, 2010, fiddler Tania Elizabeth announced that she would be moving on.

In October 2007 The Duhks Sustainability Project was launched to raise awareness about ways to live a more economically viable and ecologically sustainable lifestyle. In April 2008, The Duhks performed a post-Earth Day benefit in Nederland, Colorado.