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Adam Stirling Hour 4 - February 23 – 2024

News breaks during the show that the BC Government will be re-opening Victoria’s “Tiny Town” despite Victoria Council previously noting, “there will be no further licence extensions beyond September 30th, 2023.”  Adam discusses this with Stephen Hammond, Victoria City Councillor

41m
Feb 23
BC Government Re-Opens Victoria’s “Tiny Town”

  Adam spoke with Stephen Hammond, Victoria City Councillor BC Housing will reopen the 30-unit Caledonia Place despite Victoria Council previously noting, “there will be no further licence extensions beyond September 30th, 2023.”

9m
Feb 23
BC budget provides long-awaited payroll cost relief for small businesses

  Adam spoke with Jairo Yunis, Economist for Western Canada, CFIB While BC's decision to raise the EHT payroll exemption threshold is a relief for many businesses, concerns over the cost of doing business and mounting debt still loom large

7m
Feb 23
$8 billion inflationary deficit set out in BC's 2024 budget

  Adam spoke with Peter Milobar, BC United Finance Critic BC's 2024 budget reveals an $8 billion inflationary deficit, marking the largest in the province's history. What impact will this have on residents?

8m
Feb 23
Victoria News at Noon - February 23, 2024

Liberals and NDP reach agreement on national pharmacare funding including coverage for birth control and diabetes medication. This and more top stories during Victoria News at Noon

6m
Feb 23
Adam Stirling Hour 3 - February 23 – 2024

  Adam engages with listeners during open lines. Through calls and texts listeners weigh in on BC’s 2024 budget, taxes Langford and more.   BC budget provides long-awaited payroll cost relief for small businesses Adam spoke with Jairo Yunis, Economist for Western Canada, CFIB While BC's decision to raise the EHT payroll exemption threshold is a relief for many businesses, concerns over the cost of doing business and mounting debt still loom large   Adam discusses last night’s Langford council's Committee of the Whole, which looks to have run until after midnight. Was there a vote to reduce amenity use to zero (meaning a ~15% tax increase?)

42m
Feb 23
Adam Stirling Hour 2 - February 23 – 2024

  Adam discusses last night’s Langford council's Committee of the Whole, which looks to have run until after midnight. Was there a vote to reduce amenity use to zero (meaning a ~15% tax increase?)   $8 billion inflationary deficit set out in BC's 2024 budget Adam spoke with Peter Milobar, BC United Finance Critic BC's 2024 budget reveals an $8 billion inflationary deficit, marking the largest in the province's history. What impact will this have on residents?   Adam engages with listeners during open lines. Through calls and texts listeners weigh in on BC’s 2024 budget, taxes Langford and more

44m
Feb 23
Adam Stirling Hour 1 - February 23 – 2024

  Adam discusses last night’s Langford council's Committee of the Whole, which looks to have ran until after midnight. Was there a vote to reduce amenity use to zero (meaning a ~15% tax increase?) Discussions on BC’s 2024 budget that was released yesterday, which promised no cuts but a record high deficit Mike Kozakowksi from citified.ca joins the show to discuss issues of the week, including what affect next year’s flipping tax will have

43m
Feb 23
Adam Stirling Hour 4 - February 22 – 2024

We listen to more of spring 2024 question period from BC Legislature leading up to the reveal of the 2024 budget   Adam engages with listeners during open lines. Through calls and texts listeners weigh in on issues discussed today, including Langford, housing, BC budget and more

39m
Feb 22
Victoria News at Noon - February 22, 2024

Medimap walk-in clinic wait time index reveals B.C. has the longest average wait in the country. This and more top stories during Victoria News at Noon

8m
Feb 22
Adam Stirling Hour 3 - February 22 – 2024

  Adam analyzes spring 2024 question period from the BC Legislature, and we here discussions on housing in BC   Adam engages with listeners during open lines. Through calls and texts listeners weigh in on issues discussed today.  

42m
Feb 22
Legally Speaking

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

23m
Feb 22
Adam Stirling Hour 2 - February 22 – 2024

Adam discusses a recent incident in Langford of alleged harassment, and the divide it has caused within the community. Listeners weigh in during open lines Legally Speaking Adam speaks with Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers during our regular Thursday segment __ __

43m
Feb 22
Adam Stirling Hour 1 - February 22 – 2024

  Adam discusses a recent incident in Langford of alleged harassment, and the divide it has caused within the community.

42m
Feb 22
Adam Stirling Hour 4 - February 21 – 2024

  Discussions on taxes, cost of living, and we listen live to talks regarding the future of the CRD water supply master plan  

40m
Feb 21
Adam Stirling Hour 3 - February 21 – 2024

Listeners weigh in on the political discourse in Langford during open lines. Through calls and texts listeners interact with Adam live on air.

43m
Feb 21
Victoria News at Noon - February 21, 2024

Vancouver Island's annual Rifflandia music fest will be moving to Matullia Lands at Rock Bay. This and more top news stories from around the region during Victoria News at Noon

7m
Feb 21
What affect does low pay for jurors have on their ability to serve?

  Adam spoke with Mark Farrant, Founder & CEO, Canadian Juries Commission Advocates are saying the less than minimum wage being paid to jurors by B.C. could be affecting the fair representation of society in the jury.

9m
Feb 21
Adam Stirling Hour 2 - February 21 – 2024

Adam engages with listeners during open lines. Through calls and texts listeners weigh in on issues discussed today. What affect does low pay for jurors have on their ability to serve? Adam spoke with Mark Farrant, Founder & CEO, Canadian Juries Commission Advocates are saying the less than minimum wage being paid to jurors by B.C. could be affecting the fair representation of society on the jury.   Adam discusses key highlights from yesterday’s BC Legislature throne speech including, housing, eviction protections, and the budget.

43m
Feb 21
Adam Stirling Hour 1 - February 21 – 2024

We listen to a portion of audio of an interaction between a Langford community member and a city councillor. This interaction would later be reported as crossing the line/harassing and a statement was released by the city condemning the alleged harassment Listeners weigh in on this issue during open lines through calls and texts

43m
Feb 21
National Police Federation recommending strategic investments

  Adam spoke with Trevor Dinwoodie, Pacific Director, National Police Federation. The National Police Federation is releasing pre-Budget asks to the Government of British Columbia. They are strongly recommending strategic investments in additional B.C. RCMP Members to address the province’s increasing population and growing public safety concerns

8m
Feb 20
What are small businesses in BC looking for this year?

  Adam spoke with Emily Boston, B.C. Policy Analyst, Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) Are BC small businesses counting on the 2024 budget to provide cost relief?

5m
Feb 20
Adam Stirling Hour 4 - February 20 – 2024

We listen to some of the public participation at a Langford city council meeting. Through calls and texts listeners voice their opinions on the allegations of harassment in Langford, and the press conference regarding that situation.

39m
Feb 20
Victoria News at Noon - February 20, 2024

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced up to $2B to support BC Builds housing program. This and more top stories during Victoria News at Noon

8m
Feb 20
Adam Stirling Hour 3 - February 20 – 2024

  What are small businesses in BC looking for this year? Adam spoke with Emily Boston, B.C. Policy Analyst, Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) Are BC small businesses counting on the 2024 budget to provide cost relief? National Police Federation recommending priority investments Adam spoke with Trevor Dinwoodie, Pacific Director, National Police Federation. The National Police Federation is releasing pre-Budget asks to the Government of British Columbia. They are strongly recommending strategic investments in additional B.C. RCMP Members to address the province’s increasing population and growing public safety concerns   Listeners voiced their opinions through calls and texts during open lines 

42m
Feb 20
Adam Stirling Hour 2 - February 20 – 2024

Discussions on the BC legislature's upcoming spring session, and the 2024 provincial election.   Adam analyzes a conversation from earlier this morning with BC United leader, discussing BC Builds housing plans and polling numbers as we approach the election   Listeners have the opportunity to weigh in during open lines

45m
Feb 20
Adam Stirling Hour 1 - February 20 – 2024

Adam discusses a recent incident in Langford of alleged harassment, and protests against tax increases in Langford. We listen back to a listener who called in last week, and who claims they have firsthand information regarding the alleged incident.  

43m
Feb 20
Adam Stirling Hour 4 - February 16 – 2024

Hour 4 was filled with listener opinions during open lines. Listeners sounded off on issues discussed today. A hot topic was the recent allegations of harassment involving a community member and a Langford councillor

38m
Feb 16
Why was former Langford mayor Stew Young mentioned in a recent press conference?

Adam spoke with former Langford Mayor Stew Young. Stew weighs in on the current political discourse in Langford involving alleged harassment towards a Langford councillor. In a news conference Wednesday current Langford mayor called on community members, including former mayor Stew Young, to “strongly denounce this inappropriate and troubling behaviour” We heard Stew Young’s response to this.

21m
Feb 16
Victoria News at Noon - February 16, 2024

Early today on X, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says “Reports of Alexei Navalny’s death are tragic and horrifying” This and more top stories during Victoria News at Noon

10m
Feb 16