Monthly Archives: September 2017

What’s wrong with Mile Zero anyways? Plus, we review “A Long Time Running”

There’s a pitch to change Mile Zero, where Douglas Street (technically the Trans Canada at this point), ends at Dallas Road next to Beacon Hill Park. What are the changes proposed? Why are they being proposed? Let’s dive in through the big orange zero and discuss!

Plus, we review “A Long Time Running,” a documentary about Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip’s final tour in 2016, which heavily features the Victoria show.

Speaker drama in B.C. Politics. Plus, pot shop theories and killer whales

Is this finally the end of the B.C. election saga? The speaker of the legislature is chosen in dramatic fashion (and Ryan gets too excited about it).

Plus, we have a prediction for how legalized marijuana will be sold in B.C., there’s a whale quiz, and trees that decide to discard branches.

What’s up with fish farms? Plus, awkward encounters at B.C. Parks

After a fish farm in the San Juan Islands releases thousands of Atlantic salmon into local waters, we go over the big picture of salmon farming.

Plus, a lively discussion over bridge tolls and awkward human experiences unique to camping in B.C. Parks.