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PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for March 1st, 2023

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

Hour 1: 

0:00: "There's really nothing we can do" 

David Mangano, Owner of The Grand Pizzeria, starts today's show talking about a serial dine-and-dasher. 

10:27: Former NHL player and current VP of Communications and Outreach at JPOM Canada, Dough Smith, speaks about the impacts of trauma has on your brain.

20:39: "It was very difficult to figure out what was going on"   

Comedian Jon Dore calls in to talk about his JUNO nomination for the comedy album of the year and finding humour during the pandemic.

32:59: Guillaume Tremblay from The Royal's Brockville Mental Health Centre, speaks about their mental hygiene challenge.

38:43: Chief Dylan Whiteduck of Kitigan Zibi Anishinābeg shares his thoughts about the upcoming Gatineau Indigenous Festival.

Hour 2: 

0:00: "Usual rock star stuff, you know?"

Dick Cooper from The Cooper Brothers joins Sam to speak about how his career was impacted by the pandemic. 

12:11: Front-man of the Cree rock band Midnight Shine, Adrian Sutherland, speaks about his upcoming concert at the Shenkman Arts Centre this Saturday.

20:45: "You have to sit down and listen"

Former OPS Deputy Police Chief Larry Hill speaks about the proposed police budget and their new rules regarding public delegations.

34:53: Fresh from his protest at City Hall comes Robin Browne, Co-lead for the 613-819 Black Hub. He calls in to give his side for his protest.

Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:  

Lunch With Sam

Stopping by for lunch today is former City Councillor Maria McRae, and CEO of the NACC Michael Sangster. They sit with Sam and talk about the city's budget, who they think will run for the Liberal leadership for Ontario, and what restaurants can do to deal with dine-and-dashers.

The Business Lunch with the Ottawa Business Journal

21:47: Brandon Yuke, Associate Vice President of CBRE speaks about the vacancy rates of office space in our downtown.

27:08: President of the Ottawa Irish Society Sean Kealey shares some sad news about St Patrick's Day. 

33:46: Sueling Ching, CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade, raises awareness about a survey exploring the challenges for local businesses.

39:10:  Keepin' It Vegan Executive Chef and Co-Owner, Jordan Pett, speaks about how her bakery is Ottawa's latest kosher establishment. 


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