• 2020 Terry Fox Run

    Al spoke with Darren Wark, a cousin of Terry Fox, to talk about Terry’s legacy and the upcoming virtual Terry Fox Run and how to participate.
  • New Royal Bay elementary school

    The size of a new elementary school coming to Royal Bay hasn't yet been determined. Ravi Parmar, chair of the Sooke school board, spoke with Al about the plans for the new school.
  • When is this smoke going to clear?

    Armel Castellan, Meteorologist, Environment and Climate Change Canada, joined Al to talk about the wildfire smoke and when it is expected to clear up.
  • How far away is the McKenzie Interchange project from completion?

    The McKenzie Interchange project is still scheduled to be complete “summer 2020”….which ends on Sept. 22. Are we on schedule to finish this project by Tuesday? Janelle Staite, regional deputy director of the south coast region with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, joined Al to give an update on the progress of the project.
  • B.C.’s economic recovery plan

    Yesterday, the BC Government unveiled its plan for economic recovery in the province -- including new business grant programs and tax relief -- but the plan left many questions unanswered. Al spoke with George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, about the plan.
  • More health care workers will now be able to prescribe safer drugs to users

    Starting soon, more health care professionals will be able to prescribe a safer drug supply to a broader number of drug users. Judy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, spoke with Al about these changes.
  • BC Cancer Foundation raises $1.75-million for lung cancer screening

    The BC Cancer Foundation has raised $1.75-million to support a lung cancer screening program at BC Cancer. Sarah Roth, president and CEO, BC Cancer Foundation, joined Al to discuss lung cancer screening.
  • How much longer is this smoke going to last?

    David Phillips, senior climatologist for Environment Canada, joined the program to talk about the wildfire smoke that is smothering Vancouver Island and when we may see it dissipate. 
  • How is this wildfire smoke affecting those sleeping outside?

    Kelly Roth, executive director of the Coalition to End Homelessness, joined Al to discuss how homeless individuals in Victoria are currently being impacted by the wildfire smoke in the air.
  • Is a snap BC election imminent?

    Al was joined by Andrew Wilkinson, leader of the BC Liberals, to discuss a possible fall provincial election in BC.
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  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - September 18 - 2020

    In the first hour of today's show, Mike Kazakowski from Citified.ca joined Adam for their weekly roundtable discussion.
  • Checking in on the hospitality industry

    Adam was joined by Jeff Guignard, Executive Director, BC's Alliance of Beverage Licensees, to discuss B.C.’s hospitality industry and how the new alcohol serving restrictions are impacting the industry.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - September 18 - 2020

    In this hour, Ron Cheffins, UVic Professor Emeritus of Law and Political Science, joined Adam for their weekly political discussion. This week they discussed the New Brunswick September 14th general election and the prospect of a snap B.C. fall election. Later, Adam was joined by Jeff Guignard, Executive Director, BC's Alliance of Beverage Licensees, to discuss B.C.’s hospitality industry and how the new alcohol serving restrictions are impacting the industry.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - September 18 - 2020

    In this hour, Jas Johal, MLA for Richmond-Queensborough, and spokesperson for the BC recovery plan, joined Adam to discuss if yesterday’s provincial economic recovery plan was released to help support an NDP re-election. Later, Jason Woywada, executive director, BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association, joined the program to discuss a recent report that revealed that the privacy of school children in B.C. may not be completely secure.
  • Vancouver Island Tourism update

    How was the summer tourism season for the Island -- and what’s next, given the money allocated to the industry in the BC Government's new economic recovery plan? Anthony Everett, President and CEO Tourism Vancouver Island, joined the program to discuss Vancouver Island tourism.
  • Political analysis with Professor Ron Cheffins

    Ron Cheffins, UVic Professor Emeritus of Law and Political Science, joined Adam for their weekly political discussion. This week they discussed the New Brunswick September 14th general election and the prospect of a snap B.C. fall election.
  • Adam Stirling Noon Hour - September 18 - 2020

    In this hour, how was the summer tourism season for the Island -- and what’s next, given the money allocated to the industry in the BC Government's new economic recovery plan? Anthony Everett, President and CEO Tourism Vancouver Island, joined the program to discuss Vancouver Island tourism.  
  • B.C. school children’s privacy in question

    Jason Woywada, executive director, BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association, joined the program to discuss a recent report that revealed that the privacy of school children in B.C. may not be completely secure.
  • Was B.C.’s economic recovery plan really a re-election plan for the NDP?

    Jas Johal, MLA for Richmond-Queensborough, and spokesperson for the BC recovery plan, joined Adam to discuss if yesterday’s provincial economic recovery plan was released to help support an NDP re-election.
  • Sidney's first legal cannabis retailer may be coming soon

    Happy Buddha Cannabis recently won a lawsuit against Sidney’s impossible criteria for cannabis shops to meet in the municipality – but now it looks like the town is trying something else. Cindy Pendergast and Brad Styles, of Happy Buddha Cannabis, spoke with Adam about what’s going on.
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  • The Whole Home Show September 12

    Who's buying in Victoria?  Hear from a mature first time buyer, a government relocation and a person who accelerated their retirement plan under COVID to move here from Toronto. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
  • September 12, 2020 - Tech Talk

    Gary Beyer from Tesseract 2.0 Computers joins Alan for the September 12, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.  Tech Talk show notes available at here.   See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
  • The Whole Home Show September 5

    Nathan Isbister from IKAN  installations discusses installing IKEA kitchens and bathrooms http://www.ikaninstallations.com/ Plus Martin Scaia who works alongside IKAN and other jobs as general contractor http://www.green-island-builders.com/ See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
  • September 5, 2020 - Tech Talk

    Charles Martin from Victoria Mac and iOS User Group joins Alan for the September 5, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
  • The Whole Home Show August 29

    Tips for first time buyers:  how to save for a downpayment and get a mortgage Michael Corbett-Hallett, Sunlife Financial michael.corbett-hallett@sunlife.com Denise Webster, Dominion Lending Centres Modern Mortgage Group denise@denisewebster.com See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
  • August 29 2020 - Tech Talk

    Peter Young from Priority One Computers joins Alan for the August 29, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
  • The Whole Home Show Aug 22

    Outfitting your home gym and hiring a trainer.  Also, Chiropractic tips to stay healthy Paul Madden, Fitness Depot Victoria PaulMadden@fitnessdepot.ca Ryley Carter, MVMNT Coaching https://www.mvmntcoaching.com Marina Uzelac, Wholistic Chiropractic and Wellness http://www.wholisticchiro.ca
  • August 22 2020 - Tech Talk

    Ricky Winter from London Drugs joins Alan for the August 22, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.
  • The Whole Home Show Aug 15

    Due diligence when purchasing a home: getting a building inspection done.  Plus "purchase plus improvements" mortgage feature Reece Jacob, Shoreline Inspections https://www.shorelineinspections.ca Denise Webster, Dominion Lending Centres Modern Mortgage Group denise@denisewebster.com
  • The Whole Home Show Aug 8

    Legal matters including co-ownership of property, Title Searches and meeting your lawyer under COVID times. Gurpreet Rhandawa http://sitkalaw.ca/
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