• Paul Archer's raven mural tagged by graffiti

    Paul Archer's mural outside his shop at 847 Fort Street​was tagged by graffiti earlier this week. The tag was scrawled right across the face of a raven. He calls it the highest form on insult, and says it goes against graffiti artists' code, not to deface murals. He has now painted over it -- but says his raven still needs touch ups.
  • Elder Dog Victoria mtches seniors with four-legged friends

    These are lonely times for isolated seniors -- and a new program that helps connect seniors to companion dogs is here to help. Jan Turner, communications coordinator for Elder Dog Victoria, joined Al to chat about the program and what inspired it.
  • Victoria Film Festival going virtual

    Despite the order to close movie theatres, the Victoria Film Festival continues online. Al was joined by Kathy Kay, director of the Victoria Film Festival, to talk about what the festival will look like this year.
  • Team sports prohibition impacting many Islanders

    What do the new orders prohibiting team sports mean for the Vancouver Island Soccer League? Al spoke with Vincent Greco, Executive Director Vancouver Island Soccer League, this morning about what the team sports prohibition does to his organization.
  • Elder Dog Victoria helps seniors with their four-legged friends

    These are lonely times for isolated seniors -- and a new program that helps connect seniors to companion dogs is here to help. Jan Turner, communications coordinator for Elder Dog Victoria, joined Al to chat about the program and what inspired it.
  • Will families get the new COVID-relief grant on time for Christmas?

    Al was joined by John Horgan, Premier of BC and MLA for Langford-Juan de Fuca, to discuss when families will receive the new COVID-relief grant, and Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond's report on racism within BC's health care system.
  • Transit worker in Langford tests positive for COVID-19

    A BC Transit employee in Langford has tested positive for COVID 19. Jamie Weiss, spokesperson for BC Transit, joined Al to explain why despite this positive test it is still very safe to travel on the bus because of all of the BC Transit protocols.
  • Report finds Indigenous people face systemic racism in BC Health Care system

    Daniel Lafontaine, CEO of Metis Nation BC, joined Al to discuss Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond's report on racism within BC's health care system.
  • Belfry Theatre fine-wine auction

    With theatres once again shut down, the Belfry is raising funds with a fine-wine auction​ -- where wine lovers can find rare and hard-to-find vintages. Mark Dusseault, Communications Director for the Belfry Theatre , joined Al to chat about the wine fundraiser.
  • Victoria woman displaced after house fire, still missing cat

    A Fernwood woman lost her home of 19 years in a house fire over the weekend. Kelly's cat is still missing -- and the CERB recipient is now in search of affordable rental housing that allows pets. Her daughter Tessa Heggart has launched a GoFundMe campaign for her mom -- to help her cover the cost of food, new glasses and money for housing.
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  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - December 3 - 2020

    In this hour, there are changes coming to condo insurance to try and address the rising premiums. Tony Gioventu, Executive Director, Condominium Home Owners Association of BC, joined the program to discuss the changes coming to condo insurance in the province. Later, Diane Gromala, distinguished professor, School of Interactive Arts & Technology, SFU,  is leading a team of SFU researchers working to identify who should be receiving a COVID vaccine first when one becomes available. She joined Adam to discuss the work they’re doing on vaccine distribution planning.
  • Changes coming to address rising condo insurance premiums

    There are changes coming to condo insurance to try and address the rising premiums. Tony Gioventu, Executive Director, Condominium Home Owners Association of BC, joined the program to discuss the changes coming to condo insurance in the province.
  • Adam Stirling Noon Hour - December 3 - 2020

    In this hour, a new report found that women-owned businesses in Canada are taking twice as long to recover from COVID-19. Nancy Wilson, Founder and CEO, Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce, joined Adam to discuss why that is.
  • Canadian businesses owned by women taking twice as long to recover from COVID-19

    A new report found that women-owned businesses in Canada are taking twice as long to recover from COVID-19. Nancy Wilson, Founder and CEO, Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce, joined Adam to discuss why that is.
  • How do we decide who gets the COVID-19 vaccine first?

    Diane Gromala, distinguished professor, School of Interactive Arts & Technology, SFU,  is leading a team of SFU researchers working to identify who should be receiving a COVID vaccine first when one becomes available. She joined Adam to discuss the work they’re doing on vaccine distribution planning.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - December 3 - 2020

    In this hour, Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers, joined Adam for their weekly segment. This week they discussed a Mr.Big undercover RCMP operation, and a case where a juror in a murder trial developed a sexual relationship with the accused. Adam also takes calls from listeners.
  • Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan

    Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers, joined Adam for their weekly segment. This week they discussed a Mr.Big undercover RCMP operation, and a case where a juror in a murder trial developed a sexual relationship with the accused.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - December 3 - 2020

    In the first hour of today’s show, Adam discusses the Victoria by-election and grants that Victoria council is considering.
  • Video of anti-masker in Victoria Starbucks goes viral

    A witness's video of an anti-masker in Starbucks has gone viral -- and it resulted in additional fines for the man, who already faced a fine and charge for his previous actions at a gas station. James Whitney, captured the video of the anti-mask disturbance at Starbucks, and he joined Al to discuss what went down.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - December 2 - 2020

    In the first hour of today’s show, Adam discusses the Victoria by-election and some of the issues with mail-in voting.
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  • The Whole Home Show Nov 28

    Introducing our newest show partner: Pierre Beauvais at Silhouette Building Inspections www.silhouetteinspections.com 778 922-4646 pierre@silhouetteinspections.com
  • The Whole Home Show Nov 21

    Update on mortgages and home insurance with show sponsors Denise Webster and JP Celiz http://denisewebster.ca/ 250-889-4743 denise@denisewebster.com   JP Celiz, Insurance Advisor Westland Insurance 250-519-4811 JCeliz@islandsavings.ca
  • Nov 28 2020 - Tech Talk

    Alan is joined by Richard Odd of Gizmo's Computers. 
  • Nov 21 2020 - Tech Talk

    Gary Beyer from Tesseract Computers joins Alan for the November 21, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.
  • The Whole Home Show Nov 14

    Radon gas and how it affects home owners.  Dr. Noah Quastel and Dr. Anne-Marie Nicol of the Healthy Indoors Environment Program at BC Lung Association https://bc.lung.ca/programs-initiatives/healthy-indoor-environments-program
  • Nov 14 2020 - Tech Talk

    Peter Young from Priority 1 Computers joins Alan for the November 14, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.
  • The Whole Home Show- Nov 7

    Andy Spurling, President Proline Management discusses strata property management, rising strata insurance costs and managing private investment properties. https://www.prolinemanagement.com/
  • The Whole Home Show Oct 31

    In home medical appointments via your smartphone with Babylon by TELUS Health guest Chris Engst. https://www.telus.com/en/bc/health/personal/babylon Also in home prescription delivery from boutique pharmacy Vital Heath with Owner and General Manager Don Swainson https://vitalhealthpharmacy.com/
  • October 31, 2020 - Tech Talk

    Ricky Winter from London Drugs joins Alan for the October 31, 2020, edition of CFAX Tech Talk. Click this sentence for the show notes.
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