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  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - December 08, 2022

    David Eby’s cabinet change
    Adam speaks with Todd Stone, Opposition house leader & Critic for Jobs, Economic Recovery, Trade, & Innovation.
    They discuss yesterday’s newly announced cabinet for Premier David Eby

    Legally Speaking
    Adam speaks with Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers during our regular Thursday segment.
    We hear about the following legal topics:
    - A successful application to video record and broadcast a certification hearing of a proposed class action over COIVD-19 Provincial Health Orders.
    - SCC orders return of children from Ontario to the United Arab Emirates
    - A failure to consider mitigating factors when sentencing an offender results in a successful appeal, and possibly avoiding automatic deportation

     

  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - December 08, 2022

    Continued discussions on the missing middle housing initiative. Will there be benefits for everyone, or just some?

     

    Adam speaks with listeners during open lines. Callers and texters weigh in on issues discussed during today’s show.

  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - December 08, 2022

    Adam discusses the past and present meetings regarding the missing middle housing initiative. Where does this initiative stand today, and what is its future?

    Discussions on Premier David Eby’s new cabinet, which was announced yesterday.

  • David Eby’s cabinet change

    Adam speaks with Todd Stone, Opposition house leader & Critic for Jobs, Economic Recovery, Trade, & Innovation.

    They discuss yesterday’s newly announced cabinet for Premier David Eby

  • Legally Speaking

    Adam speaks with Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers during our regular Thursday segment.

    We hear about the following legal topics:

    - A successful application to video record and broadcast a certification hearing of a proposed class action over COIVD-19 Provincial Health Orders.

    - SCC orders return of children from Ontario to the United Arab Emirates

    - A failure to consider mitigating factors when sentencing an offender results in a successful appeal, and possibly avoiding automatic deportation

  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - December 07, 2022

    Labour federation says B.C. should triple minimum number of employer-paid sick days

    Adam speaks with David Fairey, co-chair of the BC Employment Standards Coalition.

    The BC Federation of Labour wants 15 annual days of employer-paid illness or injury leave.

     

    We hear more about BC Premier Davis Eby’s newly announced cabinet

     

    Adam speaks with listeners through calls and texts during open lines.  Listeners weigh in on issues discussed during today’s show.

  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - December 07, 2022

    COVID aid and ineligible recipients

    Adam speaks with Franco Terrazzano, federal director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation.  $4.6 billion in COVID-19 financial aid overpayments went to ineligible recipients, audit finds.

     

    BC Premier David Eby announces new cabinet, we listen live.

     

    Adam speaks with listeners during open lines. 

     

  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - December 07, 2022

    Adam discusses the missing middle housing initiative.  We hear how different groups feel about this initiative. Where does City Council currently stand on missing middle?

    We listen to a conversation from earlier this morning from VicPd spokesperson.  Investigators are asking for your help to identify a woman whose remains were discovered following a fire on the evening of November 11, 2022.

    Discussions on David Eby‘s newly announced cabinet

  • Labour federation says B.C. should triple minimum number of employer-paid sick days

    Adam speaks with David Fairey, co-chair of the BC Employment Standards Coalition.

    The BC Federation of Labour wants 15 annual days of employer-paid illness or injury leave.

  • COVID aid and ineligible recipients

    Adam speaks with Franco Terrazzano, federal director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation.  $4.6 billion in COVID-19 financial aid overpayments went to ineligible recipients, audit finds.

     

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  • Saanich council approves nine-unit townhouse development with zero on-site parking for residents

    Ryan speaks with Julian West from Urban Thrive Developments, about a nine-unit townhouse planned for the northeast corner of Richmond Road and Allenby Street in Saanich which will provide residents with ample bike storage and a dedicated car share instead of parking spaces for vehicles.

  • Premier Eby's cabinet has 23 ministers, four ministers of state, balanced gender representation

    David Black, associate professor of communications and culture at Royal Roads University, joins the program to discuss the composition of BC Premier David Eby's newly sworn-in Cabinet.

  • Convenient toy drop-off for CFAX Santas Anonymous at Mayfair Shopping Centre Toys "R" Us

    Ryan speaks with Tony Woods from THINK Communications about the CFAX Santas Anonymous Tree of Wishes and the convenient toy dropoff location they'll be staffing inside the Mayfair Toys "R" Us.

    More toy drop-off locations around the Capital Region can be found here: Toy Drop Off Locations – CFAX Santas Anonymous

  • Avian Flu decimates poultry barns, causing shortage of holiday turkeys

    Amanda Brittain, chief information officer for the BC Poultry Association, joins the program to discuss the impact of the avian flu upon British Columbia's egg and poultry industries and how this is likely to impact the supply of holiday turkeys.

  • Metchosin Murder Trials

     Ryan speaks with Jake Romphf, Victoria News.

    They discuss the murder trail 60-year-old Metchosin man Martin Payne. 

    James Lee Busch and Zachary Armitage who were escaped inmates, are charged with the killing

     

  • Are families vaccinating children for flu season?

    Ryan speaks with Sonia Furstenau, Leader of the B.C. Greens and MLA for Cowichan Valley.

    She is calling on the BC NDP government to improve the public health response to the current situation in BC’s pediatric wards.

  • Labour Issues with Rick Cotton

    Ryan speaks with Rick Cotton, associate professor of talent management and sustainable innovation at the Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria.

    They discuss labour issues during our regular segment. 

  • Joblessness and Inflation

     Ryan speaks with Jim Stanford, economist and director, Centre for Future Work

    New research from the Centre for Future Work shows that huge profits in 15 key sectors of the Canadian economy have made a decisive contribution to Canada’s recent inflation. The jobless rate is still holding near historic lows even as the Bank of Canada cranks up interest rates to slow the economy and put a lid on inflation.

  • Alberta Sovereignty Act

     Ryan speaks with Dan Reeve, political science instructor, Camoson College.

    They discuss an Alberta bill that has been introduced. The bill would grant Premier Danielle Smith and her cabinet the power to rewrite provincial laws in an effort to push back against Ottawa.

  • Individualized funding for special needs children

    Ryan speaks with Jennifer Charlesworth, BC's Representative for Children and Youth

    They discuss the need for maintaining individualized autism funding, which is part of a larger issue where a wider range of children also need help.

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  • The Whole Home Show Dec 3

    Mark Phillips, Home Equity Bank District Vice President discusses reverse mortgages and how they work: taking equity out of your home without monthly payments. Also discussed is "CHIP Open" enabling a client to access funds to close on a new home before their existing home sale completes.  https://www.homeequitybank.ca/

    Special guest Denise Webster

  • Dec 3 2022 - Tech Talk

    Gary Beyer, owner of Tesseract 2.0 Computers, guest hosts with Tech Talk Producer Brian Pavlicic.

  • The Whole Home Show Nov 26

    Interior design with Sandra Lyle-Mason

    https://www.lylemasondesign.com/

  • Nov 26 2022 - Tech Talk

    Ron Fraser, Sidney tech enthusiast and Retired London Drugs Tech Manager, joins us on air. 

  • DU 272 Ithika Greek Restaurant

    We profile Ithika Greek Restaurant in downtown Victoria 

  • The Whole Home Show Nov 19

    Show sponsor Pierre Beauvais of Silhouette Home Inspections discusses maintenance items around your home to be mindful of as the seasons change. 

    https://silhouetteinspections.com/

  • nov 19 2022 - tech talk

    Tofi Harrouk, Smartphone/Smartwatch Tech Tutor, joins us on air. 

  • The Whole Home Show Nov 11

    Show partner Denise Webster from Dominion Lending Centres discusses the change in bank rates and how it can affect payments for variable rate mortgages. https://denisewebster.ca/

  • Nov 12 2022 - Tech Talk

    Ricky Winter, Tech Experience Manager at London Drugs, joins us on air.

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