0:00: "Promoting diversity and inclusion"
Toby Whitfield, Executive Director of Capital Pride, calls in before Drag Storytime at the NAC.
11:24: Host and Senior Staff Writer for Sportsnet, Donovan Bennett gives an update on Black History Month.
20:49: "It's very hard to get that message across"
Dr. Christopher Labos sets the record straight on some COVID misinformation.
32:56: Mark MacAuley the Executive Director of Ottawa Salus talks about a pipe burst that impacted nearly 50 people over the weekend.
40:36: Doug Anthony from the Kin Club of Russell gives an update on the Russell Catch the Ace Lottery.
0:00: "Canadians have been very forthcoming and I thank them for that"
His Excellency Kerim Uras, Ambassador of the Republic of Türkiye shares an update on the tragic earthquake
14:44: Graham Fallis from Scotia Wealth Management, helps Canadians figure out how much money they need to retire.
20:07: "92% of Canadians agreed that we need to improve the healthcare systems to meet the needs of children and youth in Canada"
Niya Chari from Children's Healthcare Canada speaks about the need for more funding for children's healthcare
30:37: Things always stay fresh with What you need to know with Wendy Boomer. This week Wendy and Sam talk about being local celebrities.
Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:
Lunch With Sam
Sylvie Bigras, the President of the Lowertown Community Association and former City Councillor, Alex Cullen take part in today's Lunch with Sam. They get together and talk about Jagmeet Singh's future, Trudeau proposed healthcare plan, and their thoughts on US President Joe Biden's State of the Union Address.
The Business Lunch
19:53: Brad Green from World of Maps speaks about the wide range of people looking into his store.
29:11: Black Walnut Bakery serves the city of Cumberland a wide range of baked goods, Isaac Fouchard shares what makes his bakery so special.
35:58: Patti Taggart from Tag Along Toys gives an update on the business of toys.