Guest host Derick Fage fills in.
0:00: Derick Fage previews the show.
13:59: "we really don't have great tools to treat amphematine disorders"
Dr. Paxton Bach, from the University of British Columbia, speaks about the troubling trend of meth related ER visits across the country.
22:53: CityNews Host, David Smith, speaks about the rise in blatant drug use in the downtown.
36:00: Anand Nagraj, speaks about Disney's Alladin coming into the capital city, March 21-26.
0:00: "It's the rate of increase that really giving us the signal that something is about to happen"
Dr. Rees Kassen speaks about his research in predicting COVID outbreaks in long-term care homes.
11:02: Suzi Shore Sauvé and Asad Rahimi call in to talk about House to Home, which provides asylum seekers with free housing essentials.
18:10: City Councillor for Beacon Hill-Cyrville Tim Tierney talks about the 30th Clean the Capital campaign.
22:04: "This is what we need to get affordability back"
Housing advocate Dean Tester shares how Ottawa is falling short of the province's housing targets.
38:39: Music commentator and publicist, Eric Alper speaks about the curious case of musicians dying at a certain age.
Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:
Lunch With Sam
Joining Derick for lunch today is the CEO of the Ottawa Mission, Peter Tilley, and former City Councillor, Mark Taylor. They talk about what needs to be done to curb Ottawa's drug problem, if it's time for Canada to distance themselves from the Monarchy, and who their dream concert would be in Ottawa.
The Business Lunch with the Ottawa Business Journal
21:25: Fahed Hassanat from Sensor Cortek speaks about how his company is working to make winter driving a little bit safer.
29:30: Stephanie Montreuil from the Ottawa Board of Trade speaks about what's coming up in 2023.