Guest host Derick Fage fills in.
0:00: Derick Fage previews the show.
13:24: University of Ottawa PHD student, Matthew Jeffers, talks about the importance sleep has on your health.
21:05: "For a long time, I think we've ignored this"
Associate Professor of International Relations at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, Stephanie Carvin, talks about David Johnston being appointed as the special rapporteur for Chinese election interference.
36:00: William O'Connel, PHD candidate at the University of Toronto shares about if we should be concerned about if the Silicon Valley Bank crash is a warning sign.
0:00: "People were pretty resilient"
McGill University Professor, Brett Thombs, speaks about a study focusing on people's mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
10:45: Chris Summerville from the Schizophrenia Society of Canada calls in to say that removing driving licenses from people with mental health diagnoses is unreasonable.
22:20: "At a threshold of a new paradigm of protest"
Michael Kempa, Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Ottawa, talks about the latest news concerning the RCMP.
38:39: Movie reviewer Keith Whittier highlights what movies make it big this weekend.
Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:
Lunch With Sam
Lunch today includes former city of Ottawa executive and political commentator, Walter Robinson, and principal of Niipaawi Strategies, Cam Holmstrom. They join Derick and talk about what they're expecting for the federal budget, give their take on if fighting belongs in hockey, and the recent boom in vinyl sales.
The Business Lunch with the Ottawa Business Journal
21:50: The Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Housing and Diversity and Inclusion calls in with the latest on Trudeau's housing announcement.
26:12: Thinking of travelling this spring? Robert Falzon from Check Point Canada shares tips on how to fight off cybersecurity risks.
33:33: William O'Connel is replayed.