0:00: "legacy worth preserving, celebrating and creating"
Sarah Onyango from Black History Ottawa starts the show with a discussion on events celebrating Black History Month within the nation's capital.
9:16: Associate Professor of International Relations at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, Stephanie Carvin, speaks on the partnership between China and many Canadian universities.
20:31: "It's one thing to reach for the moon, but they're pushing for Pluto here"
Franco Terrazanno the Federal director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, breaks down the PSAC's demands for wage increases.
35:06: John Heckbert, the Executive Director of Operation Come Home calls in to discuss the cancellation of the 24 dollar challenge.
39:28: Host and Senior Staff Writer for Sportsnet, Donnovan Bennett, calls in to talk the 2nd retirement for Tom Brady.
0:00: "Improve healthcare access in rural, remote, or northern communities"
Canadian Medical Association President-elect, Dr. Kathleen Ross, talks about a new angle for helping fix Ontario's doctor shortage.
10:45: Dr. Brent Mulrooney from the Centre for Interpersonal Relationships speaks about parenting in today's world.
20:11: "We're making it known, this is what we want"
Rachel Muir, RN at The Ottawa Hospital and local bargaining unit president for the Ontario Nurses Association gives an update on the ONA contract negotiations.
33:27: Wendy Boomer from Country 92.3 talks about an upcoming girls night out activity in Pembroke.
Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:
Lunch With Sam
Today's lunch features Warren Clarke, the Founder of The Afro-Caribbean Mentorship Program at Carleton University and a Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba and Richard Sharpe, Director of Black Equity Branch, Centre for People, Culture and Talent Treasury Board Secretariat of Ontario. They sit with Sam and discuss what they want to see highlighted in Black History Month, and the state of policing in our country.
The Business Lunch
22:38: Godwin Ifedi speaks about Black Ottawa Scene, a volunteer managed online monthly magazine highlighting the black community in Ottawa.
29:12: CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade, Sueling Ching, shares an update on how Ottawa residents can give feedback on what they want to see happen with the downtown core.
36:53: Looking for a Valentine's Day dinner date? Howard Wagman, the owner of Yuk Yuk's talks about his upcoming Valentine's Day show.