PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show – May 2nd 2023

By CityNews Ottawa

Hour 1: Listen Here

0:00Carleton University Professor Amedeo D’Anguilli speaks on the relationship between poverty and mental health.

11:12: Eric Lyons, from the University of Guelph shares why “No Mow May” could do more harm than good.

17:50: Ottawa Concert Promoter Dennis Ruffo gives his impressions on the passing of Gordon Lightfoot

21:42: Doug Judson, a lawyer from Judson Howie LLP, explains the touchy situation involving Pembroke Mayor Ron Gervais.

30:51: Laura Shantz from the Ottawa Transit Riders speaks about the impacts from changes in OC Transpo’s twitter.

38:55: Doug Anthony from the Kin Club of Russell shares another update on their Catch the Ace.

Hour 2: Listen Here

0:00Canadian Mental Health Association National CEO Margaret Eaton shares about what universal mental health care would look like in Canada.

13:42: Publicist and Music Commentator Eric Alper talks about the passing of Gordon Lightfoot.

21:15: Aaron Billard talks about his journey of meeting his family for the first time at 50 years old.

35:22: James Powell from the Historical Society of Ottawa dives into the 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth.

Hour 3: Listen Here

Lunch with Sam

Today’s lunch includes Bernie Forestell, Senior Manager of communications at the Shepherds of Good Hope, and Tim Powers, Chair of Summa Strategies. They discuss how Snoop Dogg changes the race for Sens ownership, Canadians’ relationship with the monarchy, and if Canada does enough for our mental health.

The Business Lunch with the Ottawa Business Journal

20:15: Bar Robo owner Scott May speaks about what he’s doing to revitalize downtown.

30:16: Omid McDonald, CEO of Dairy Distillery talks about his exciting new partnership.

35:25: Owner of The Artery Community Roasters, Will Wells, joins the show.

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