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PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for February 7th, 2023

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

Hour 1: 

0:00: "I was just really confused"

Moe Hussain, owner of Moes BBQ talks about the shocking break in at his restaurant.

13:21: A NAC performance initially marketed to an all-Black identifying audience has faced some backlash, Robin Browne co-lead for the 613-819 Black Hub calls in to share his thoughts.

21:46: "People have a choice in the communities that they want to live in"

Shepherds of Good Hope President and CEO, Deirdre Freiheit, speaks about their 40 year anniversary.

34:09: Steven Paynter, principle of Gensler, an architectural services company, talks about the process of converting office space to housing.

Hour 2: 

0:00: "Infrastructure is always the primary concern"

Rideau-Jock city councillor, David Brown gives an update on his ward.

10:06: Prescott Mayor Gauri Shankar shares how his city will hold a debate on if they should swearing an oath to King Charles

20:11: CityNews Parliament Hill reporter Cormac MacSweeney gives an update on the latest with Trudeau's meeting with premiers.

26:57: NDP MPP for Ottawa Centre Joel Harden reflects on the legacy of Paul Dewar.

32:54: Ben Weiss from the Historical Society of Ottawa brings us back in time to look at the history of Sandy Hill. 


Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:  

Lunch With Sam

Joining the table today for lunch is Laura Peck, Senior partner at Transform Leaders, and Centretown Community Association President Mary Huang. Together they sit with Sam and touch on the impacts of Paul Dewar, what they want to see as the future of healthcare in our country, and if we need to be declaring an oath to the King. 

The Business Lunch

20:55: Simon Jackson Co-Founder of Nature Labs, shares about his alternate education program.

31:55: A replay of Moe Hussain and Moes BBQ. 


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