• How many people are actually in hospital with COVID-19?

    Ryan speaks with Penny Daflos, reporter for CTV Vancouver. Penny's reporting has helped gained more clarity about what the actual number of people in hospital with COVID-19 is.
  • More and more children under 10 are getting COVID-19

    Ryan speaks with Jens von Bergmann, data expert and part of the B.C. COVID-19 Modelling Group. We learn more about B.C. COVID-19: case counts. Which are declining in older age groups, but growing rapidly for the age group under 10. 
  • BC musician Jeff Bryant performing at the Belfry

    Ryan speaks with Jeff Bryant about his upcoming performance at the Belfry Theatre, and what its been like for artists during the pandemic. 
  • Has the ICBC "dumpster fire" been extinguished?

    ICBC is boasting bigger-than-expected refunds for drivers, after it's switch to a new system of insurance. Richard McCandless, a former B.C. senior civil servant who worked on ICBC issues -- and is now a consultant with BC Policy Perspectives, joined Ryan to talk about the state of ICBC.
  • A number of changes planned for Cedar Hill Golf Course

    Changes are coming to Cedar Hill Golf Club — and the goal, according to the management, is to level the playing field and curtail unsustainable privileges to club members. But unsurprisingly, club members feel differently. Fred Haynes, mayor of Saanich, joined Ryan to talk about the proposed changes.
  • Craft Market Beer taking pace of former Canoe Brewpub

    Canoe Brewpub — along Victoria’s upper harbour — will be closing next month, soon to be replaced by Calgary-based chain Craft Beer Market after some major renovations. Ryan spoke with PJ L’Heureux, founder and president of Craft Market Beer, about what they have planned for their new Victoria location.
  • COVID-19 vaccines are safe for pregnant people

    There's a spike in unvaccinated pregnant women hospitalized in BC with COVID 19. There's also lots of misinformation being circulated related to the vaccines and reproductive health. Dr. Deborah Money, professor at UBC's faculty of medicine’s department of obstetrics and gynaecology, joined Ryan to set the record straight on the vaccine being safe for pregnant people.
  • Alistair MacGregor returning as MP for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford

    Alistair MacGregor, re-elected as MP for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford, joined Ryan to talk about being re-elected as MP for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford and what he and the NDP will be focused on when they head back to Ottawa.
  • How many paid sick days should B.C. workers get?

    How many days of paid sick leave should the provincial government fund for employees in BC? Ryan spoke with Laird Cronk, president of the BC Federation of Labour, to find out how much paid sick time the Federation of Labour believes B.C. should receive. 
  • B.C. government will no longer provide police with naloxone kits

    The BC Government will no longer be providing local police forces free naloxone kits, despite the fact that officers regularly use them. Leslie McBain, co-founder of Moms Stop the Harm, joined Ryan to explain why this is so harmful.
  • The Whole Home Show- Sept 18

    Real Estate Works President Simon Bray discusses www.rew.ca and the site’s functionality, products, consumer trends, market forecasts and more.
  • Sep 18 2021 - Tech Talk

    David Jones, Sidney-based Technology Tutor and owner of Your Technology Solution, joins us on air.
  • The Whole Home Show- Sept 11

    Real Estate in Australia:  Real Estate legend Rik Rushton discusses the market in Australia, including the common auction process considered the most transparent in the world
  • Sep 11 2021 - Tech Talk

    Gary Beyer, owner of Tesseract 2.0 Computers, joins us on air. 
  • The Whole Home Show- Sept 4

    2021 President of the Victoria Real Estate Board David Langlois discusses the market, COVID protocols, blind bidding and serving on organized Real Estate Boards.  www.VREB.org
  • Sep 4 2021 - Tech Talk

    Charles Martin , Victoria Mac and iOS User Group Program Director and "Space Javelin" podcast co-host, joins us on air.
  • The Whole Home Show- Aug 28

    A discussion about Real Estate as a business including what someone can expect when getting into the business.  Plus a chat on Federal Election platforms surrounding abolishment of Blind Bidding and housing affordability.  Guest Ray Yenkana, Broker-Owner RE/MAX Little Oak Realty with offices in the Lower Mainland.
  • august 28 2021 - tech talk

    Ron Fraser, Sidney tech enthusiast and Retired Tech Department Manager at London Drugs, joins us on air.
  • The Whole Home Show- Aug 21

    Brian Taylor, solicitor and BCREA (British Columbia Real Estate Association) Instructor and contributing author of "Legally Speaking" discusses the genesis and downfall of Limited Dual Agency- the practice of REALTORs representing both the buyer and seller in the same transaction
  • August 21, 2021 - Tech Talk

    Francis Baklinski from Priority One Computers joins Alan for the August 21, 2021, episode of CFAX Tech Talk.