• Adam Stirling Hour 3 August 20th

    The Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society (MARS) has warned that feeding bears is ‘a very bad idea’. Adam speaks with studio guest Warren Warttig, president, Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society + Wasp population boom likely weather-related. Adam’s studio guest, expert entomologist Royal BC Museum, Claudia Copley, sheds more light

  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - August 20th

    Uplands neighbourhood designated a national historic site; to receive a $4.3 million boost from the federal government. Adam speaks with studio guest, mayor, District of Oak BayKevin Murdoch + U.S. lawsuit seeks protection zone for orcas off Victoria. Janet Thomas, executive director, Orca Relief Citizens' Alliance (ORCA)

  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - August 20th

    Ride-hailing policies set in B.C., board chair says taxi industry dissatisfied. Adam speaks with Ian Tostenson, president and CEO, Ridesharing Now for BC

  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - August 19th

    Rental scams: victims of financial crime. Several families in the West Shore have come forward to confirm they have fallen victim of a rental scam. How can people protect against this from happening? Adam speaks with president and CEO, Better Business Bureau serving Vancouver Island, Rosalind Scott, + Building permits across Vancouver Island have continued on an upward trajectory rising six per cent in the second quarter of 2019 compared to the first quarter. Adam speaks with (VI-Construction) Rory Kulmala, CEO, Vancouver Island Construction Association

  • Adam Stirling Noon Show - August 19th

    Adam speaks with vice-president of science, research and innovation, World Wildlife Fund-Canada, James Snider, on how rollbacks to the U.S. Endangered Species Act could impact conservation in Canada

  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - August 19th

    Employer groups drop out of WorkSafeBC review in protest + In figuring out ICBC's new premiums, Adam speaks with studio guest, ICBC-premiums Tyler McGilvery, advisor on premium changes, on price differences, how calculations are made…

  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 Roundtable – August 16th

    A pricey ping pong table, doctor shortage in B.C. + open lines on what you think. 

  • Andy Watson discusses overdose statistics

    The BC Coroners Service says overdose death numbers for June 2019 have decreased 35 per cent over June 2018.

  • Southern Resident Orca pods unite

    All three Southern Resident Killer Whale pods have been spotted together, which has some marine biologists hopeful for more calves. Why?