BCAB’s Half Century Club adds Stirling Faux


The British Columbia Association of Broadcasters is pleased to honour long serving members of our broadcast community. The Half Century Club gains a new member:

Stirling Faux – New Westminster, BCThe list of Stirling’s previous employers continues back to Nov. 15, 1970 when he was first hired at CKSO Sudbury ON by George Johns. Paul Ski was his 2nd PD at the same station. On Nov. 15, 2020, Stirling celebrated his 50th anniversary on Canadian radio with a live interview with George Johns, the man who gave him his first job, and Doc Harris, Stirling’s then-roommate. Red Robinson also made a brief, congratulatory appearance along with former on-air partner Bob Saye.Previous assignments include,(in order) CFTR – Toronto, CFOM – Quebec City, CKLG – Vancouver, CJOR – Vancouver, LGFM/CFOX – Vancouver and CFMI – Vancouver.Stirling has also hosted “Lotto Night in BC” from 1985 to 1994 for the BC Lottery Corp on BCTV/Global. He hosted “The Money & Wealth Show” on CHEK and syndicated across western Canada in 2012 & 2013.

Stirling Faux

He was a podcast host for Howe St. Media from 2010 to 2005.Stirling was in-game announce for the Vancouver Canucks in 1984-’85 and in-game announcer for the BC Lions in 2013.He has been the MC for the PM’s Dinner, BC Place, APEC Conference, 1997 and the World Lottery Assn. Conference in Albuquerque NM, 2001.Stirling was Dept. Head, Radio Performing Arts, at Columbia Academy for 1 year. I taught in the Dept. of Broadcasting, faculty of Business at BCIT for 4 years under Brian Antonson.See a list of all BC broadcasters: https://www.bcab.ca/half-century-club/If you know a long serving broadcasters, have them fill out the form to receive their certificate and pin: https://www.bcab.ca/awards/legacy/apply-now/


  1. Congratulations to Mr Faux. Ive been listening to him for most of his career. I really enjoyed his late night talk on NW back in the late 80s? Still enjoy his weekend morning shows on NW. He gets great guests and asks them good questions.
    Would love to hear stories of his time spent as Doc Harris’s room mate

  2. What a career. I first discovered Stirling on CKLG in the seventies from Saskatoon. Little did he know his show would skip all the way to the prairies. I’ve followed all his radio stops over the years. Congrats to one of the best!

  3. Way to go Stirling!
    Enjoy your enthusiasm and respect you pay your guests…you, Campbell & Allen are my only stops @ ‘NW these days…


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