Adam Stirling

Adam Stirling

With a high-energy style and sardonic wit truly his own, Adam Stirling explores and debates the latest news and current affairs every weekday from 9 a.m. to noon. From serious issues to lighthearted amusements, Adam covers it all with a mix of insight and humour, offering an informative, engaging, and entertaining listening experience to the CFAX audience.

  • Adam Stirling Noon Hour - January 14 - 2021

    In this hour, Adam takes calls from listeners regarding Victoria councillor Sharmarke Dubow’s secret trip to Somalia over the holidays that was adverse to public health orders.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - January 14 - 2021

    In this hour, Dr. Matthew Chow, president, Doctors of BC, joined Adam to discuss the latest data that shows the initial dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is up to 92 per cent effective and if getting more people an initial shot should be a priority over administering second doses. Later, Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers, joined Adam for their weekly segment on legal stories that are of interest to the CFAX audience.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - January 14 - 2021

    In the first hour of today’s show, Adam reviews the latest apology from Victoria councillor Sharmarke Dubow in regards to his secret trip to Somalia over the holidays that was adverse to public health orders.
  • Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan

    Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers, joined Adam for their weekly segment on legal stories that are of interest to the CFAX audience.
  • Foundry BC providing mental health support for youth

    Adam was joined by Alicia Raimundo, Business Analyst - Virtual Care, Foundry BC, for a conversation about the services Foundry BC offers youth in our community and why it is important to get help, especially during a global pandemic.
  • Newest data shows initial dose of COVID vaccine up to 92 per cent effective

    Dr. Matthew Chow, president, Doctors of BC, joined Adam to discuss the latest data that shows the initial dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is up to 92 per cent effective and if getting more people an initial shot should be a priority over administering second doses. 
  • Mental Health Commission of Canada issues new workplace guide

    The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has developed a new workplace resource document titled: Mini-guide to help employee’s mental health through winter. MHCC’s new mini-guide is designed to help employers provide workers with specific tools and resources during the winter months. Liz Horvath, Manager of Workplace Mental Health, Mental Health Commission of Canada, joined Adam to discuss the new resource.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - January 14 - 2021

    In this hour, Adam was joined by Alicia Raimundo, Business Analyst - Virtual Care, Foundry BC, for a conversation about the services Foundry BC offers youth in our community and why it is important to get help, especially during a global pandemic. Later, the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has developed a new workplace resource document titled: Mini-guide to help employee’s mental health through winter. MHCC’s new mini-guide is designed to help employers provide workers with specific tools and resources during the winter months. Liz Horvath, Manager of Workplace Mental Health, Mental Health Commission of Canada, joined Adam to discuss the new resource.
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