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ÍY SȻÁĆL HÁLE, Nick TŦE NE SNÁ ĆSE LÁ,E SEN EṮ W̱SÁNEĆ, ĆSE LÁ,E SEN EṮ TŦE BOḰEĆEN ÁLELEṈs. Good day everyone, My name is Nick I am from Saanich and I am from the Pauquachin Nation. This is W̱ILṈEW̱ Radio on CFUV 101.9FM. W̱ILṈEW̱ Radio translates to Indigenous Radio. It is a Indigenous show that features Indigenous: Musicians, Story telling, Artists, Language revitalization, Careers, Plant knowledge and more. W̱ILṈEW̱ Radio was made possible with support from the Government of Canada
 
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This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: A senior Saanich Police Officer was fired after the Police Complaints Commissioner confirmed a finding that he had committed 14 counts of Deceit as well as Discerptible Conduct and Neglect of Duty for falsifying the recertifications of other officers as Drug Recognition Experts. The fake recertif…
 
We speak to a policy expert about exclusion in single-family zoning, following up on a blog post from Mayor Lisa Helps about the racist roots of single-family home zoning. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member And su…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: The BC Court of Appeal recently allowed a sentence appeal by the Crown and converted a two-year conditional sentence, sometimes called house arrest, into a regular jail sentence for a bookkeeper convicted of defrauding her employer. Because the bookkeeper had a previous conviction for similar beh…
 
The municipality of Oak Bay is one of the country’s richest, but they have an infrastructure problem. The municipality’s deficit is holding up important upgrades. For Municipal Monday, Oak Bay Local Reporter Ryan Hook joins to explain what’s going on. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at C…
 
For Good News Friday, Good News Letter Editor Emily Fagan joins to share her research into the history of the city’s iconic light parade. We’ll learn how it started, what it supports, and hear from a family who has been involved for decades. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDail…
 
On Wednesday, the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs held a press conference to air their concerns with the deferral deadlines given to First Nations by the province. They say they are upset about the lack of support from the government this the announcement and that they were given consent for deferrals but not logging in their territories. U…
 
In light of the recent protest that blocked a section of the Pat Bay Highway, we discuss if disruptive protests do more harm or good to their respective movements. We'll speak with sociologists David Tindall and Bill Carroll. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our m…
 
For Municipal Monday, CRD Director and Saanich Councillor Rebecca Mersereau joins to give us all the details on the new trail extension. She also shares if there is more being planned. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/…
 
For Good News Friday, we learn about a program at Westcoast Animal Veterinary Emergency Specialty Hospital to collect and provide dogs in need with donated blood. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member And subscribe t…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: The obstruction of roads and highways has become an increasingly common method of protesting various things. As discussed on the show, blocking or obstructing a highway, and in so doing, preventing anyone from doing anything they have a right to do, is a criminal offence pursuant to section 423 (…
 
We speak with public health policy expert and UVic professor Dr. Damien Contandriopoulos about why walk-in clinics are becoming increasingly inaccessible, the role virtual healthcare options play, and what can be done to fix the issue. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca C…
 
Yesterday the province announced the vaccine roll-out for children ages 5-11. Today, we explain everything you need to know and speak with Caroline Colijn, a mathematician, epidemiologist, and modeling expert to find out what impact this could have. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at Cap…
 
Projections are showing even more intense rainfall coming our way. Today we speak to CTV Vancouver Island's Weather Anchor, Warren Dean to learn what to expect. He also explains what an atmospheric river actually is. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership…
 
For Municipal Monday, we speak to the former Chief City Planner for Toronto and urban planning expert Jennifer Keesmaat about what goes into planning a city, what makes one work well, and how those ideas have shifted to meet the modern-day. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: More than three days after flooding caused massive damage in BC, the provincial government declared an emergency pursuant to the Emergency Program Act. The emergency declaration lasts for up to 14 days and can be renewed. Pursuant to the authority this affords, the provincial government has restr…
 
The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria has taken new steps to offer a more intense and in-depth diversity training course. They aim to help businesses create equitable workplaces for the modern world. Today, we learn about the program, and why it's so important. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to ou…
 
As the devastation caused by the storm cuts off roadways across the province, many people are rushing to gas stations, fearing the worst. But do they need to? Today we look into how the storm could affect supply by speaking with Adel Guitouni, associate professor of management sciences, operations research and decision support systems at UVic’s Pet…
 
As the province announces their anticipation of a vaccine approval from Health Canada for children aged 5-under 11, some parents are anxious to hurry the process. While families are continuously being asked to isolate following school outbreaks, the idea of crossing the border to receive an early dose is attractive to some. Today, we learn more abo…
 
Jess Holland-Roy suffered injuries in a car accident in September. He's been working with ICBC's new Enhanced Care model since, but he says the system is leaving him without all of the coverage he needs. Today, we learn more about his story, and how the new system works. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our d…
 
For Municipal Monday, Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps joins to talk about the proposed upcoming 2022 budget. From housing to climate action to public safety. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member And subscribe to us on our…
 
The Netflix production Maid is bringing a lot of attention to local filming locations, but they also gave back to Greater Victoria in homeware donations. We learn more for Good News Friday. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDail…
 
Bernetta Macey was under the financial care of her daughter, Tonya Gillard. But when the task became too difficult, Tonya turned to the Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia for help. Tori Marlan tells the story of how the agency left Brenetta in ruins. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily new…
 
We speak to Charles Curry, Acting Lead, Regional Climate Impacts at Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium to learn about the direct impacts climate change will have on Vancouver Island over the next 50 or so years. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership oppo…
 
After Victoria's city council was debating the upcoming 2022 budget for VicPD, some of the debate extended to Twitter where Councillor Stephen Andrew called out Councillor Sarah Potts, claiming she did not support VicPD. Today, we try to clear up what was said. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsl…
 
Local author Grant Hayter-Menzies documented the life of Victoria’s own canine hero from the First World War in his new book Muggins: The Life and Afterlife of a Canadian Canine War Hero. For Good News Friday he joins to share that story. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.c…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Who is in jail and why? In Canada, the responsibility for jailing adults is divided between the federal and provincial governments. The federal government is responsible for penitentiaries, where people serve sentences longer than two years. The provinces are responsible for jails for people serv…
 
A group of mayors across the province co-wrote an op-ed calling for complex care for our unhoused and vulnerable populations. Among those mayors is Victoria's Lisa Helps. She joins to share what exactly they're calling for. We also speak with CMHA BC CEO Jonny Morris to learn more about what complex care is, and if it is the answer. Get more storie…
 
Tuesday, the provincial government announced new deferrals and actions for old-growth forests. We have Torrance Coste from the Wilderness Committee break down what the announcement entails, and Robert J. Dennis, Sr., Elected Chief Councillor for the Huu-ay-ah First Nations to hear his thoughts on the inclusion of First Nations. Get more stories lik…
 
For this Tuesday edition of Municipal Monday, we take a look at the City of Langford's Attainable Home Ownership Program. It helps some residents break into real estate by paying a portion of their down payment on a two-bedroom condo. We find out what the plan entails, and analyze how helpful it is overall towards solving the region's increasingly …
 
A joint investigation between Capital Daily and Ricochet Media has found the RCMP account of an August pepper spray incident was full of inaccuracies. We bring you the real story from that day, and explain how our investigation led us here. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily…
 
This week, Steve looked at the Church of Pergamam and asked four questions:1. Are there activities in your life that are leading you away from God?2. Are you rationalizing sin?3. How do you view yourself? Are you buying into the current cultural beliefs that you can separate your body from your soul and spirit?4. Are you fixing your gaze on Jesus?5…
 
Steve continues our Broken, but Beautiful sermon series by looking at the Church in Smyrna. This church was being perscuting but was turning their eyes to Jesus. We are told to mourn with those who mourn and rejoice with those who rejoice. This Sunday we joined the persecuted church in mourning and prayer.If you're watching the YouTube video, we ap…
 
For today's Halloween edition of Good News Friday, we go to Galey farms to speak with Rob Galey himself about how the iconic Halloween activities came to be and what's in store this year. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: The MV Zim Kingston lost 109 containers, near Vancouver Island, containing everything from yoga mats to car parts and chemicals. Some of the containers, and their contents, have been washing up on Vancouver Island beaches. One of the legal issues raised by this is the legal right to salvage mater…
 
To celebrate the spooky season upon us, we welcome local historian and owner of Ghostly Walks, John Adams, to share his favourite ghost story straight from the buildings of Victoria. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Me…
 
We speak to The Weather Network's Alberta Bureau Chief, Kyle Brittain about his journey to see the recent bomb cyclone on the pacific coast, what it's like to chase storms, and how to safely observe the Island's storms as the season sets in. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDail…
 
On Monday, the BC NDPs released the province's new climate targets and roadmap to get us there, CleanBC. We bring on Peter McCartney, the Climate Campaigner at the Wilderness Committee to explain the plan, and go over what's missing. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Che…
 
For Municipal Monday, Victoria Councillor Jeremy Loveday joins to explain the "renoviction" bylaw that council has put on hold. We learn what it is, how regulations from the province have impacted it, and why it was not passed. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our…
 
For Good News Friday, we highlight and learn more about BC211, the service that connects people in need to British Columbia's services. Ranging from housing to mental health supports to financial supports. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunit…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: In 2012 the self-defence provisions of the Criminal Code were rewritten. The new provisions only permit self-defence to apply if the act in question was “reasonable in the circumstances”. When deciding if an act is reasonable in the circumstances, the new section provides a non-exhaustive list of…
 
We meet Nell Saba, the owner of the sign that reads Vaccines Save Lives, Ignorance Kills we've all come to be familiar with at the anti-vaccine/anti-vaccine passport protests downtown. She joins to explain why she started her anti-protest and what has come of it. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily new…
 
This week we are going to look at the letter to the church in the city of Ephesus from Revelation 2:1-7, & how the church is beautiful and broken and what is in store for those who overcome.Over the past several years we've seen the church is broken. We've watched several famous leaders fall, we've learned about the tragedies that happened in Resid…
 
We take a walk through Tod Inlet, or SṈIDȻEȽ, with author and photographer Gwen Curry. Now a protected area in Gowlland Tod Provincial Park, the waterway has lived many lives. A culturally significant site to the W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations, the Inlet was severely degraded by industrial activity, and became home to workers of Chinese, Indian, and Europea…
 
We take a trip up to the Fairy Creek blockades in the pause between periods of injunction enforcement. We break down the back-and-forth in the BC Supreme Court over the injunction granted to Teal-Jones, and hear from long-haul blockaders about their relationship with the RCMP and clashes with loggers. Get more stories like this in your inbox every …
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: The BC Court of Appeal, BC Supreme Court, and BC Provincial Court issued a joint release advising that all judges and judicial officers, in all the courts in BC, have received two doses of vaccine for COVID-19. The courts further advised that, as of November 22, all court staff and all contractor…
 
As Mayor Helps enters her last year in office, she has made clear she will not be running again. For Municipal Monday, she joins to explain why and look back on the highs and lows of her now seven years in office. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership op…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan The Provincial and Supreme Court in British Columbia recently introduced practice directives requiring lawyers to indicate the proper gender pronoun for themselves, and their clients, before each hearing. Lawyers have been directed to indicate if they, and the client, wish to be referred to as he/…
 
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