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Adam speaks with Rob Gordon, Professor of Criminology, Simon Fraser University. Professor Gordon gives his thoughts on the shooting in Saanich. Adam closes the show with calls from listeners during open lines. We revisit some questions Ben I
We revisit what we know, and what we’ve learned over the weekend about the attempted bank robbery that took place last week in Saanich. There are many disturbing similarities to the 1997 Bank of America shooting in North Hollywood. Discussion
Michael Mulligan, Barrister & Solicitor, Mulligan Defence Lawyers joined the show for his regular Thursday segment.
Adam was joined by Dr. Stewart Prest, political science lecturer at Simon Fraser University, to discuss Premier John Horgan stepping down and the top candidates in the NDP that could replace him. 
In the third hour of today's show, Adam opened up the phone lines to get lister reaction the Saanich shooting and John Horgan stepping down as Premier of B.C.
In the first hour of today's show, Adam continued to react to the bank robbery turned shootout in Saanich.
Adam spoke with Shelli Fryer, who was inside the Saanich BMO branch during the attempted robbery and shootout with police on Tuesday, June 28.
Adam speaks with Anthony Everett, President & CEO, Tourism Vancouver Island. It’s going to be a busy long-weekend in the region with big events happening across many municipalities. Is tourism in Victoria back to normal?
Adam speaks with Fred Haynes, Mayor of Saanich.  Mayor Haynes gives us information on the attempted robbery that happened in Saanich yesterday. He also reassures the residents of the region, they are supported.
Long Weekend Tourism Adam speaks with Anthony Everett, President & CEO, Tourism Vancouver Island. It’s going to be a busy long-weekend in the region with big events happening across many municipalities. Is tourism in Victoria back to normal?
Saanich Shooting Adam speaks with Fred Haynes, Mayor of Saanich.  Mayor Haynes gives us information on the attempted robbery that happened in Saanich yesterday. He also reassures the residents of the region, they are supported. During ope
We hear a recap of yesterday’s tragic events in which 6 police officers were injured, and 2 suspects were killed during an attempted robbery in Saanich. During open lines one of the hostages from the attempted robbery calls in and tells her st
Adam speaks with Julia Baum, UVic Biology Professor & President's Chair, Ocean Ecology and Global Change. A year after the heat dome event that killed billions of plants and animals in British Columbia, scientists say ecosystems are recovering
Adam speaks with Greg Wilson, Director of BC Government Relations, Retail Council of Canada. We hear about the new B.C. sales tax rules that will go into effect July 1 for online marketplaces like Amazon, and eBay
Adam speaks with Julia Caranchi, fire information officer, Coastal Fire Centre. The heat wave over the weekend raises the question of when we will see wildfires pop up around the province.
Sales tax for online marketplaces Adam speaks with Greg Wilson, Director of BC Government Relations, Retail Council of Canada. We hear about the new B.C. sales tax rules that will go into effect July 1 for online marketplaces like Amazon, and
Sales tax for online marketplaces Adam speaks with Greg Wilson, Director of BC Government Relations, Retail Council of Canada. We hear about the new B.C. sales tax rules that will go into effect July 1 for online marketplaces like Amazon, and
Adam speaks with Julia Caranchi, fire information officer, Coastal Fire Centre. The heat wave over the weekend raises the question of when we will see wildfires pop up around the province. During open lines, listeners discuss their views on s
Many people are concerned about housing, and poverty as we approach the BC civic elections Adam speaks with Mario Canseco, President, Research Co. A Research Co. survey finds 39 per cent of British Columbians rank housing, homelessness and po
We spend this hour hearing from listeners with texts and during open lines. Listeners speak about the importance of museums, safety of artifacts, upcoming Canada Day celebrations, John Horgan, housing and more issues affecting our city.
Adam discusses public opinion on the announcement made last week regarding the halting of the Royal BC Museum rebuild. What is next for the museum? We hear about some disturbing encounters that happened over the weekend, in which a number of w
Many people are concerned about housing, and poverty as we approach the BC civic elections Adam speaks with Mario Canseco, President, Research Co. A Research Co. survey finds 39 per cent of British Columbians rank housing, homelessness and po
Adam speaks with Brian Tate, Ditidaht Chief Councillor. Brian helps us understand what is happening with the protesters that have been ordered to remove an illegal camp.
Ron Cheffins, UVic Professor Emeritus of Law and Political Science joins us for our regular Friday segment. Professor Cheffins discuses Federal Politics.  There has been a somewhat dramatic upward sweep in conservative numbers. Discussions on
Political-Analysis Ron Cheffins, UVic Professor Emeritus of Law and Political Science joins us for our regular Friday segment. Professor Cheffins discuses Federal Politics.  There has been a somewhat dramatic upward sweep in conservative numb
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