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PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for February 2nd, 2023

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

Hour 1: 

0:00: "I haven't seen anything I would call a cut"

City Councillors Steve Desroches and Catherine Kitts call in to break down the 2023 budget for the city.

12:13: Drayton Muldabigwi Jabo, the Founder and CEO of 20today20tomorrow, talks about how he works to increase socializing for youth in our city.

16:39:  CityNews Weather Specialist, Denise Andreacchi gives a warning on the weekend weather.

21:03: Today is Groundhog Day! Michael Runtz from Carleton University speaks about the history behind the fun holiday.

26:10: Laura Shantz, from Ottawa Transit Riders, makes sense on the proposed LRT budget.

33:28: Dr. Vincent Chan from the Ottawa Heart Institute speaks about how February is Heart Month.

Hour 2: 

0:00: "I've been training for this for 20 years"

WWE Superstar Candice LeRae calls in to talk about her journey with wrestling.

12:00: Erin Lee from the Lanark Interval House gives her thoughts on tragedy in Eganville.

21:18: "Human violence is something we need to acknowledge" 

Reverend Dr. Anthony Bailey joins the show to talk about Black History Month.

34:00: Publicist and music commentator, Eric Alper, talks about the longevity of top artists by highlighting their 11th album.


Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:  

Lunch With Sam

Sitting down at the table today is a familiar face in Derrick Fage, the host of Daytime Ottawa on Rogers TV and CityNews Regular, and Marianne Wilkinson, former Mayor of Kanata. They join Sam to discuss Ottawa's budget, if Ontario should follow in B.C's footsteps in recreational drug decriminalization, and just why exactly do we put so much trust in rodents today?

The Business Lunch

22:38: Is your work day beginning to feel like Groundhog Day? Sandra Lavoy from Robert Half speaks about how to prevent boredom in the office

29:12: Liz Connell and Paul Whitney from African Bronze Honey talk about how their business protects and helps communities from Africa.

36:53: Jo Riding from the Canadian Tulip Festival talks about how people can move past just giving people flowers, by adopting flowers.

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