Sep 30 2023 - Tech Talk
Tofi Harrouk, Smartphone/Smartwatch Tech Tutor, joins us on air.
Canadians trying to swear less in public: f@&#ing Research Co. poll
Mario Canseco from Research Co. joins the program to discuss recent polling into Canadians' efforts to reduce their use of profanity in public.
Central Saanich renames Pioneer Park to HEL,HILEȻ - "place of gladness" in the SENĆOŦEN language
Ryan speaks with Central Saanich mayor Ryan Windsor about the recent decision to approve a request from W̱SÁNEĆ youth to rename Pioneer Park to HEL,HILEȻ. Learn how to pronounce HEL,HILEȻ here: https://youtu.be/f13FonQkivg Image courtesy: District of Central Saanich
Truth & Reconciliation Day Ride begins at Songhees Park, ends at South Island Powwow
Ryan speaks with Adam Krupper, executive director of Capital Bike about Saturday's Truth & Reconciliation Day Ride in honour of residential school survivors and their families and in partnership with Victoria Orange Shirt Day. Details can be found here: Truth & Reconciliation Day Ride: September 3…
Masks are making a comeback in hospitals, clinics, and long-term care homes
As respiratory illnesses rise, masking protocols are returning to BC hospitals and clinics. Adam speaks with Mike Old, Spokesperson, Healthcare Employees' Union (HEU)
BC United calls for investigation following the discovery of public funds channelled towards an organization engaging in illicit drug trafficking in Vancouver
Adam speaks with Elenore Sturko, MLA for Surrey South. Shadow Minister for Mental Health, Addiction, Recovery and Education. BC United calls for investigation following the discovery of public funds channelled towards an organization engaging in illicit drug trafficking in Vancouver
Less parking, more development?
Adam speaks with Stephen Hammond, Victoria Councillor They discuss the six-month review of Missing Middle regulatory framework, and how recent tweaks aim to expedite developer projects. Will these builds have less parking?
Adam Stirling Hour 4 - September 29 - 2023
During hour 4 Adam engages with listeners. Vaccines, housing, and Tupac Shakur were all topics up for discussion on open lines. We listen to a conversation from earlier this morning discussing transit improvements in our region.
Growing tensions between India and Canada
Ryan speaks with Ken Christie, head of human security and peacebuilding program, Royal Roads University.
Victoria at Noon - Nisga'a Nation celebrates return of memorial totem to B.C.
Victoria at Noon - September 29, 2023 Victoria at Noon - Nisga'a Nation celebrates return of memorial totem to B.C. This and more top news stories from around our region