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.

  • New Victoria bylaw requires old buildings to be salvaged instead of demolished to reduce waste

    Victoria has penned a new bylaw which will require buildings to be deconstructed, not demolished, in an effort to reduce construction waste in the municipality. Beginning next year, old properties will need to be deconstructed, and not demolished, in order to divert waste away from landfills. Casey Edge & Dusty Delain, Victoria Residential Builders Association, joined Adam to discuss the issues with the new bylaw.
  • How are B.C. border towns operating with the high transmission rates in Alberta?

    Mayor David Wilks - Mayor of Sparwood, B.C. - joined Adam to talk about how his border town is dealing with the border given the COVID-19 high transmission rates in Alberta.
  • Forestry watchdog finds that B.C. did not adequately protect old forest in an area of Vancouver Island

    Kevin Kriese, Chair of the Forest Practices board, joined Adam to discuss an investigation that found the B.C. agency that auctions timber sale licenses didn’t do enough to protect old growth forest in an area of Vancouver Island.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - May 14 - 2021

    In this hour, Kevin Kriese, Chair of the Forest Practices board, joined Adam to discuss an investigation that found the B.C. agency that auctions timber sale licenses didn’t do enough to protect old growth forest in an area of Vancouver Island. Later, Victoria has penned a new bylaw which will require buildings to be deconstructed, not demolished, in an effort to reduce construction waste in the municipality. Beginning next year, old properties will need to be deconstructed, and not demolished, in order to divert waste away from landfills. Casey Edge & Dusty Delain, Victoria Residential Builders Association, joined Adam to discuss the issues with the new bylaw.
  • Many B.C. COVID-19 hotspots have low vaccination rates

    Data recently released by the B.C. Centre for Disease Control shows that many of B.C. COVID-19 hotspots have some of the lowest vaccination rates. Adam spoke with  Dr. Madhu Jawanda - Family Doctor in a hotspot community, about why these neighbourhoods have low vaccination rates and what is being done to increase vaccinations.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - May 14 - 2021

    In this hour, Data recently released by the B.C. Centre for Disease Control shows that many of B.C. COVID-19 hotspots have some of the lowest vaccination rates. Adam spoke with  Dr. Madhu Jawanda - Family Doctor in a hotspot community, about why these neighbourhoods have low vaccination rates and what is being done to increase vaccinations. Later, Mayor David Wilks - Mayor of Sparwood, B.C. - joined Adam to talk about how his border town is dealing with the border given the COVID-19 high transmission rates in Alberta.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - May 14 - 2021

    In the first hour of today’s show, Adam was joined by Mike Kozakowski from Citified-dot-CA for their weekly roundtable discussion.
  • Are three paid sick days enough?

    Adam spoke with Anastasia French - Campaign Organiser for the Living Wage for Families Campaign, about the new BC sick leave program and if it is sufficient to meet the needs of workers.
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