• Several Dogs On Vancouver Island Have Rare Flesh-Eating Disease

    Penny Stone, executive director, Victoria Humane Society. Penny talked about the abused and neglected animals that are brought into the Victoria Humane Society every day . We also talked about how several dogs up island were found to have necrotizing fasciitis, a rare flesh-eating disease.
  • Victoria HarbourCats Are One Week From Return Of Baseball

    Jim Swanson , Managing Partner, Victoria HarbourCats. Jim said they are just 1 week away from the return of West Coast League Baseball at Wilson's Group Stadium at Royal Athletic Park with the Victoria HarbourCats.  It's the first time in almost 3 years and Jim talked about the difficulties the organization had had in keeping things going in that time period
  • Canada's Minister Of National Defence Visits Victoria

    Anita Anand, Canada's Minister of National Defence. Minister Anand is in Victoria . She was at Government House yesterday marking the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Canadian Rangers & talked about how she will meet with members of the Ukrainian Cultural Centre today . She  will also be at CFB Esquimalt today for an announcement . She briefly addressed the military sexual misconduct crisis as well with a report to be released soon.
  • Minister Kahlon Joins Us Live From The Netherlands!

    Ravi Kahlon, BC Minister of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation.  Minister Kahlon joined us live from the Netherlands where he is on a 10-day trade mission in Europe
  • Celebrating Asian Heritage Month

    Dr. Grace Wong Sneddon, Vice-Chair, The Victoria Chinatown Museum Society .Dr Sneddon talked about how May is Asian Heritage Month and the Victoria Chinatown Museum Society is celebrating with a free event called  "Awakening Chinatown 2022' this Sunday
  • Victoria Day Parade Returns!

    Al speaks with Kelly Kurta, Executive Director, Greater Victoria Festival Society. We learn about The 122nd Victoria Day Parade, that will take place this long weekend. As well as the local talent that will be showcased this long weekend.  
  • B.C. clerk of the legislature guilty of breach of trust

    Al speaks with Vaughn Palmer, political columnist with The Vancouver Sun. Al and Vaughn discuss the recent guilty verdict forB.C. clerk of the legislature Craig James.
  • The 159th Victoria Highland Games & Celtic Festival

     Al speaks with Jim Maxwell, Highland Games Association president. We learn about the 159th Victoria Highland Games & Celtic Festival, that will take place this weekend on May 21 & 22, 2022
  • Proline Management, long time supporter of Santa's Anonymous

    Al speaks with  Andy Spurling, Proline Management. Andy Spurling has been supporting Anonymous for 15 years as far back as the Royal Victoria Marathon, and since Al's $21 for 21km they've been a sponsor and always Proline leadership and staff, run or walk in the marathon. 
  • The Belfry premieres Kindred

    Al speaks with Mark Dusseault, Marketing and Communications Director, Belfry Theatre. We learn about the latest production at the Belfry called, "Kindred"
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  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - May 24 - 2022

    Adam continues to focus in on the Victoria City Council as they further discuss the Police Reform Report and incidents involving Youth in the downtown area as well as how the school district and police departments are responding to these concerns. Additionally, we listen to a segment from Mornings With Al Ferraby as Jim Swanson , Managing Partner, Victoria HarbourCats talks about the grand return of baseball for the HarbourCats and how the organization survived the pandemics. We also listen to another segment as Al Ferraby talks with Anita Anand, Minister of National Defence about the minister’s visit to Victoria and how Canada is continuing to support Ukraine. Open Lines are avlaiable for listeners to voice their thoughts and concerns on topics covered on the show including international travel and COVID health and safety protocols.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - May 24 - 2022

    Adam starts the show by providing an update on the nomination for the RTDNA Awards then shifts focus to Victoria City Council and the Victoria Police Department. We examines various audio clips as Adam speculates upon some of the potential tensions between City Council and the Police Department regarding to the Province-Wide Police Reform Report and the rise in incidents in the downtown Victoria area involving youth.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - May 24 - 2022

    Marcus Kolga, Senior Fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute and founder of DisinfoWatch.org joins the program to speak with Adam about why Canada is banning tech-company Huawei from participating in Canadian 5G networks. Kolga explains what 5G and how it works and also provides understanding in why Huawei may be banned from participating in this technology in Canada. Then, Deputy Chief George Klemm, Errington Fire Department chats with Adam about a new initiative as the department has purchased a drone capable of utilizing thermal imaging in emergency and rescue efforts. Open Lines continue as listeners are able to provide their thoughts and opinions on topics covered on the show including the Royal B.C Museum, delayed infrastructure, and local tourism.
  • Errington Dire Department Utilizing New Tech

    Deputy Chief George Klemm, Errington Fire Department chats with Adam about a new initiative as the department has purchased a drone capable of utilizing thermal imaging in emergency and rescue efforts. 
  • Huawei Banned From Participating In Canada's 5G Network

    Marcus Kolga, Senior Fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute and founder of DisinfoWatch.org joins the program to speak with Adam about why Canada is banning tech-company Huawei from participating in Canadian 5G networks. Kolga explains what 5G and how it works and also provides understanding in why Huawei may be banned from participating in this technology in Canada. 
  • Study shows Omicron triples Canada's COVID-19 infection count

    Adam speaks with Dr. Patrick Brown, Centre for Global Health Research - St. Michael's Hospital, Department of Statistical Sciences - University of Toronto. We hear about a U of T study which shows that, Omicron triples Canada's COVID-19 infection count.  
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - May 20 - 2022

    Adam speaks with listeners during open lines. We hear peoples thoughts on the closure of the museum, and continued discussions on yesterdays council meeting.  
  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - May 20 - 2022

    Adam starts the hour with open lines. Callers discuss the letter regarding stay home students, and crime involving youth downtown.  Dr. Patrick Brown joins the show to discuss a U of T study which shows that, Omicron triples Canada's COVID-19 infection count Adam takes call from listeners during open lines. Topics discussed are covid, and the future museum upgrade.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - May 20 - 2022

    Adam discusses yesterdays council meeting.  Topics discussed included, an apparent letter that allegedly bans international students from being downtown after 5:00pm.  Adam also discusses a previous motion in which Councilor Marianne Alto was in favor of ditching free lunches for council members. Mike Kozakowski  from citified.ca joins Adam to speak on these issues as well. Adam speaks with listeners during open lines
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - May 19 - 2022

    Adam Stirling returns to the show! To start the show off, Adam provides updates on topics from last week including the ‘Freedom Convoy’, Albert politics, Victoria City Council, and Pickleball courts. Adam speculates upon City Council’s involvement with the Pickleball community as certain members appear to be stepping out of their duties in attempt to provide solutions for finding locations for courts for the players. We listen to relevant segments of a Victoria City Council meeting as they discuss potential options for Pickleballers in the southern regions of the Greater Victoria Area.  
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  • may 21 2022 - tech talk

    Gary Beyer, owner of Tesseract 2.0 Computers, joins us on air. 
  • The Whole Home Show May 14

    Government intervention in the Real Estate Market.  Victoria Lawyer Robert Finlay discusses the passing of the Cooling Off period and the perils of rushing legislation.   Dr. Mike Moffatt from the Ivey Business School tells us why banning blind bidding won’t slow price growth See the Banning Blind Bidding report here  https://institute.smartprosperity.ca/sites/default/files/Blind%20Bidding%20-%20October%2021%20-%20FINAL.pdf
  • may 14 2022 - tech talk

    Ricky Winter, Tech Experience Manager at London Drugs, joins us on air.
  • The Whole Home Show May 7

    Talking electrical around your home with Karl Heimlich, Capital Electric 250-480-8439 capel@shaw.ca Heat pumps with Bruce Forrester, New Horizons Heat Pumps https://newhorizonsheatpumps.com/
  • may 7 2022 - tech talk

    Charles Martin, Victoria Mac and iOS User Group Program Director, "Space Javelin" podcast co-host, and London Drugs In-Home Tech Specialist joins us on air.
  • apr 30 2022 - tech talk

    Francis Baklinski, Computer Tech at Priority 1 Computers, joins us on air.
  • The Whole Home Show April 23

    Robert Townsend, Sales Manager at One Touch Home discusses home automation:  lights, blinds, cameras, security, home theatres and more.  https://www.onetouchhouse.com/
  • apr 23 2022 - tech talk

    David Jones, Sidney-based Technology Tutor and owner of Your Technology Solution, joins us on air. 
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