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 Hour 3 - July 28 - 2021

    In this hour, Dr. Laura Marks, professor, School for the Contemporary Arts, SFU, joined Adam to talk about how streaming, cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence are responsible for over one per cent of global carbon emissions. Adam closed out the show by taking calls from listeners.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 2 - July 28 - 2021

    In this hour, BC fire officials are seeing a spike in illegal campfires. Pete Laing, Prevention Specialist at Coastal Fire Centre, spoke with Adam about the danger of illegal campfires and the fine for having one. Later, Could vaccine passports coerce people to get the COVID-19 vaccine? Adam spoke with Bryan Thomas, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa, about how vaccine passports could improve vaccine uptake.
  • SFU researchers confirm streaming and cryptocurrency are responsible for a significant amount CO2 emissions

    Dr. Laura Marks, professor, School for the Contemporary Arts, SFU, joined Adam to talk about how streaming, cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence are responsible for over one per cent of global carbon emissions.
  • Would vaccine passports improve Canada’s vaccination rate?

    Could vaccine passports coerce people to get the COVID-19 vaccine? Adam spoke with Bryan Thomas, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa, about how vaccine passports could improve vaccine uptake.
  • BC fire officials seeing spike in illegal campfires

    BC fire officials are seeing a spike in illegal campfires. Pete Laing, Prevention Specialist at Coastal Fire Centre, spoke with Adam about the danger of illegal campfires and the fine for having one.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 1 - July 28 - 2021

    In the first hour of today’s show, Adam spoke with Stephen Andrew, Victoria City Councillor, about Victoria council’s recent in-camera meetings and the distrust that these meetings create in the public. Councilor Andrew also took questions from listeners.
  • Victoria Councilor Stephen Andrew on in-camera meetings

    Adam spoke with Stephen Andrew, Victoria City Councillor, about Victoria council’s recent in-camera meetings and the distrust that these meetings create in the public. Councilor Andrew also took questions from listeners.
  • Adam Stirling Hour 3 - July 27 - 2021

    In this hour, A pod of mammal-eating Bigg's killer whales disrupted a BC Ferries sailing on Saturday. Monika Wieland Shields, president, Orca Behavior Institute, spoke with Adam about why these orcas would behave like this. Later, Sandra Riches, executive director, BC division, AdventureSmart, joined Adam to chat about how AdventureSmart is encouraging the public to obtain the knowledge, skills and equipment necessary to be wildfire safe and other outdoor pursuits.  
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