• How is SD61 preparing for the school restart?

    The BC government has now confirmed the back to school date will be pushed back from September 8. Al was joined by Shelley Green, superintendent, Greater Victoria School District (SD 61), to discuss the back to school plan.
  • Checking in with NDP leader Jagmeet Singh

    Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh was in Victoria yesterday, and will be elsewhere on Vancouver Island this weekend. He joined Al this morning to discuss a number of issues.
  • 80km open ocean swim fundraiser coming to an end this weekend

    A team of open ocean swimmers will finish their 80k swim on Sunday. Susan Simmons, marathon swimmer and multiple sclerosis advocate, joined Al to talk about the team of swimmers and their fundraiser.
  • Canucks-Blues game 2 preview

    The Cancuks won 5-2 on Wednesday against the St. Louis Blues. Jon Abbott, reporter, TSN 1040, joined Al to chat ahead of game 2 between the Canucks and Blues this afternoon.
  • Grandmothers for Africa cycling tour

    A cycling tour will be kicking off next week to raise funds to help support grandmothers in Africa. Stefa Katamay, chair of the Cycle Tour team, Victoria Grandmothers for Africa, spoke with Al about the fundraiser.
  • Fentanyl found in 97% of tested drug samples on Vancouver Island

    The second quarterly report for the Vancouver Island Drug Checking report found fentanyl (or unspecified analogue) was detected in 97% of samples. Dennis Hore, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Victoria and co-lead, Vancouver Island Drug Checking Project, spoke with Adam about the drug supply on the island.
  • Missing python located

    A ball python on the loose in Victoria has been found and secured. Bowen Osoko, Victoria Police spokesperson, joined Al to talk about the snake.
  • School start date pushed back

    The BC government has now confirmed the back to school date will be pushed back from September 8. Rob Fleming, BC's minister of education, joined Al to discuss why the start date has been pushed back.
  • B.C. parents divided on back to school plan

    Recent polling shows parents in BC are split on how they feel about the back to school plan. James Taylor, 2nd Vice President, Confederation of Parents’ Advisory Councils of Saanich, spoke with Al about what he's been hearing from parents.
  • Canadian Premier League kicking off today

    The Canadian Premier League games will kick off later today. Al spoke with David Clanachan, Commissioner, Canadian Premier League, about the upcoming CPL season.
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  • Adam Stirling Noon Hour - August 14 - 2020

    In the final hour of today’s show Adam takes calls from listeners.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - August 14 - 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 wwo changes with respect to premiers in two Atlantic provinces, and Joe Bien’s VP selection. Later, a SafeCare BC survey recently found that 82% of continuing care organizations reported being concerned that they will have a sufficient amount of personal protective equipment over the next six months. Jen Lyle, CEO, SafeCare BC, joined Adam to talk about the survey and what needs to be done to ensure all care providers have enough PPE.
  • Continuing care organizations concerned about PPE supply

    A SafeCare BC survey recently found that 82% of continuing care organizations reported being concerned that they will have a sufficient amount of personal protective equipment over the next six months. Jen Lyle, CEO, SafeCare BC, joined Adam to talk about the survey and what needs to be done to ensure all care providers have enough PPE.
  • 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 wwo changes with respect to premiers in two Atlantic provinces, and Joe Bien’s VP selection.
  • Victoria research team using math to predict future COVID-19 waves

    A Victoria based research team is using math and statistics to better predict possible future waves of COVID-19 in B.C. Adam spoke with Junling Ma, University of Victoria statistical mathematician, about the work his team is doing.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - August 14 - 2020

    In this hour, a Victoria based research team is using math and statistics to better predict possible future waves of COVID-19 in B.C. Adam spoke with Junling Ma, University of Victoria statistical mathematician, about the work his team is doing.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - August 14 - 2020

    In the first hour of today's show, Mike Kazakowski from Citified.ca joined Adam for their weekly roundtable discussion.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - August 13 - 2020

    In this hour, Four Canadians have been approved for end-of-life psilocybin or "magic mushroom" therapy. Trevor Millar, founding member, Canadian Psychedelic Association and Board Chair, MAPS Canada, joined Adam to discuss how the therapy works and the benefits of it. Later, vacancy rates in office spaces downtown Victoria is slightly on the rise. Marc Foucher, associate vice president, Colliers International, joined Adam to discuss commercial vacancy in Victoria.
  • Adam Stirling Noon Hour - August 13 - 2020

    In this hour, The second quarterly report for the Vancouver Island Drug Checking report found fentanyl (or unspecified analogue) was detected in 97% of samples. Dennis Hore, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Victoria and co-lead, Vancouver Island Drug Checking Project, spoke with Adam about the drug supply on the island.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - August 13 - 2020

    In this hour, Diana Gibson, executive director, Community Social Planning Council of Greater Victoria, joined the program to discuss the details of the report and clarify a fact check. Later, there is a tent encampment setting up near Crystal Pool. Sean Kahil, board member, North Park Neighbourhood Association, joined the program to express how the community feels about this tent encampment.
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  • August 8 2020 - Tech Talk

    Aitan Roubini from MacZen.ca joins Alan for the August 8, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.
  • The Whole Home Show August 1

    Condos- insurance and depreciation reports.  Plus mortgage financing. Ryan Stenquist, Condo Clear ryan@condoclear.ca Denise Webster denise@denisewebster.com
  • The Whole Home Show July 25

    A conversation with fellow Victoria Agents on the state of the market including where buyers are coming from and what the outlook for the future is
  • The Whole Home Show July 18

    Hot markets during COVID-19.  Visiting the markets of Toronto and Vancouver Asif Khan, RE/MAX Prime Properties Toronto asif@thehomeshop.ca Matt Kerr, Stilhavn Real Estate Vancouver matt@teamkerr.ca
  • The Whole Home Show July 11

    Seniors living at home during Coronavirus times with members of the Victoria Seniors Business Network Jacqui Mcafee and Kathy Ajas, Parkwood Court and Parkwood Place Jacqui.Mcafee@reveraliving.com Kathy.Ajas@reveraliving.com Anne Duggan, Seniors Advocate Rene Lorme-Gulbrandsen renee@oakbayvolunteers.org
  • The Whole Home Show July 4

    Real Estate Stories 4 A collection of stories from Real Estate Agents across the country.  Most hilarious, some scary, all real life! Guests Jeremy Sutton RE/MAX Langley, Vincent Baart RE/MAX Camosun, Walker Adair Keller Williams Vancouver, Tammy Evans RE/MAX White Rock, Andrew Perrie Revel Realty Niagara on the Lake
  • August 1 2020 - Tech Talk

    Richard Odd from Gizmo's Computers joins Alan for the August 1, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.
  • July 11 2020 - Tech Talk

    With co-host Joel Rushworth, local technology enthusiast.
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