Photo Credit: Stirling Faux
Stirling Faux launched his broadcast career in 1969 in Sudbury at CKSO TV and eventually went to radio. He left CKSO and Sudbury in 1972 settling in his hometown of Toronto to work at CFTR. Next he was Program Director of CFOM Radio in Quebec City. His next stop would be in Vancouver, 1974.
During this time in British Columbia, Faux became very diversified. He hosted a morning FM radio show for 13 years, did a 9-year run as host of the BC Lottery Corporation's "Lotto Night" show on BCTV, and hosted a national talk-show host on CKNW and the Corus Radio Network for 10 years.
Stirling is a member of the Faculty of Business, Department of Broadcasting at B.C. Institute of Technology. It was here he developed and taught his own course, ""Introduction to Media" for some three years.
Today, Stirling Faux is an associate in a media training and media relations firm. He continues to do what he says he loves most, working on the radio.
With three and a half decades to his credit, Stirling Faux is truly one of Canada's broadcast veterans.