The doctor is in the house. Rob Abbott joins the gang for a chat about harmonious cities, and of course Eric gets all mathy, which no one seems to find sexy anymore.
Carbon Neutral and sustainability. Is it another consultant’s wonderland of feel-good ads in the media, or the only way future generations will possibly inherit an earth worth living on? Discuss.
If you want/need good information, it is incumbent on you to ask better questions. Who better than a national journo to teach the gang how to get to the nub of the situation.
Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership was set up to help Mayors be better at their jobs. When so many people are relying on you to use your best judgement maybe it is important to admit you don’t know everything and take a couple courses. Just saying.
Why is it that every time Victoria Council passes a motion to create innovative thinking does Eric feel like the path to success has gotten rockier and harder to achieve? Is it even possible to achieve innovation from a council motion?
TweetPoliticians are all about open government until a decision needs to be made and then the doors close and shit happens. How frustrated is Eric with Lisa’s assurance that everything is hunky dory behind closed doors? Just have a listen and enjoy.
TweetVictoria is home to many “outsiders” born in distant lands who find themselves settling down in this wonderful city of ours. Hear one man’s story and feel a little inspired.
And for our Arabic-speaking listeners, here is Abkar showing the way >>
TweetIn a world of sound bites and talking heads sometimes it is good to slow down and get to know someone. The gang shares thoughts on cardigans, Frank Sinatra, and white wine.
TweetRental properties are a very important part of any stable and successful city, and Devon Properties manages a lot of them in Greater Victoria. With some of the stock ageing and in need of replacement, what are some of the challenges the owners of those properties are facing? Discuss.
TweetLG&E man-of-the-people and Shatterbox Coffee owner Kalen Harris talks about what his platform is for the upcoming provincial election.