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PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for February 15th, 2023

Hour 1: Hour 2: Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:
Audio Show - The Sam Laprade Show

Hour 1: 

0:00: "It's a lot of unanswered questions"

President of the Ottawa and District Labour Council, Sean McKenny, calls in to talk about how close we were to have a truly tragic situation in Orleans this week.

14:03: Sportsnet's Donnovan Bennett calls in to speak on Black History Month.

21:20: "Politicizing food inflation is one thing, understanding what really is going, I think, should be the focus"   

Sylvain Charlebois talks about the current state of food inflation, and parliament summoning top grocery store CEOs.

33:51: Joan O'Malley joins the show to explain the journey she took when she designed the Canadian flag.

Hour 2: 

0:00: "They call me the asphalt king"

Osgoode Ward City Councillor George Darouze speaks on his top priorities for his ward.

11:51: Stuart MacPherson from the Ottawa Small Landlords Association speaks about how Trudeau's recent announcement to address the city's housing crisis was more bang than buck.

17:55: Cherl Randall from Ecology Ottawa raises the importance of having more electric busses.

21:35: "The conditions are akin to torture" 

Sally Lane shares a difficult update on her efforts to bring her son back home to Canada.

35:04: Wendy Boomer from Country 92.3 gives an update on whats new in the valley.

Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:  

Lunch With Sam

Joining Sam for lunch today is Caitlin Kealey the CEO of EmDash and small business advocate Michael Wood. They discuss the potential impacts from the resignation of John Tory, what they would like to see done to the grocery industry, and if the Canadian flag has lost some lustre.

The Business Lunch

21:04: CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade Sueling Ching gives an update on the state of Ottawa businesses.

27:47: Nancy Sendell talks about what makes her bed and breakfast stand out.

36:03: Patricia Larkin shares about her business, Burrow Shop, born out of the pandemic.


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