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  • Hospital pay parking

    Jon Buss, lead volunteer at HospitalPayParking.ca, joins the program to shed some light on how much Hospitals in our province are making off of pay parking.

  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - January 21

    Jon Buss, lead volunteer at HospitalPayParking.ca, joins the program to shed some light on how much Hospitals in our province are making off of pay parking. Later, Boat wrecks are piling up on local shores faster than the bureaucratic process required to clean them up. Strong winds over the weekends washed 6 wrecks up on Cadboro Bay beaches. Eric Dahli of the Dead Boats Society, joins the program to discuss the issue of the derelict boats.

  • New "Buy Canadian" campaign doing more harm than good?

    Adam speaks with Sylvain Charlebois, senior director at Dalhousie University's Agri-food Analystics Lab, about the federal government launching a 25-million-dollar “Buy Canadian” campaign to educate people where their food comes from.

  • Iranian situation making Canadians uneasy

    Dave Korzinski, Head of research at the Angus Reid institute, to discuss a new poll,  finding that most Canadians feel the world is more dangerous since the airstrike on Qasem Suleimani.

  • Legality of the BC Ferries protest

    Michael Mulligan, of Mulligan Defense Lawyers, joined Al to talk about if the BC Ferries protest on Monday in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'un hereditary chiefs was actually legal or not.

  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - January 21

    A downtown Victoria restaurant has started charging an extra 1% on customer bills to help cover the costs of BC’s due to B.C.'s new Employers Health Tax. Adam is joined by Kris Sims, BC director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, as she gives her thoughts on the tax and how the restaurant is dealing with it. Later in the hour Dave Korzinski, Head of research at the Angus Reid institute, to discuss a new poll,  finding that most Canadians feel the world is more dangerous since the airstrike on Suleimani.

  • Derelict boats washing up in Cadboro Bay

    Boat wrecks are piling up on local shores faster than the bureaucratic process required to clean them up. Strong winds over the weekends washed 6 wrecks up on Cadboro Bay beaches. Eric Dahli of the Dead Boats Society, joins the program to discuss the issue of the derelict boats.

  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - January 21

    Adam begins the show by having a discussion on the legal ramifications of the BC Ferries protest in solidarity with Wet'suwet'un hereditary chiefs.

  • New tax showing up on restaurant bills

    A downtown Victoria restaurant has started charging an extra 1% on customer bills to help cover the costs of BC’s due to B.C.'s new Employers Health Tax. Adam is joined by Kris Sims, BC director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, as she gives her thoughts on the tax and how the restaurant is dealing with it.

  • Adam Stirling Noon Hour - January 21

    Adam speaks with Sylvain Charlebois, senior director at Dalhousie University's Agri-food Analystics Lab, about the federal government launching a 25-million-dollar “Buy Canadian” campaign to educate people where their food comes from. He then closes out the show by discussing the Victoria City Council.

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