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PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for March 3rd, 2023

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

Hour 1: 

0:00: "We can't arrest our way out of cyber-crime" 

OPP Detective John Armit calls in to raise awareness on fraud during the start of Fraud Prevention Month.

11:44: Tazim Virani from SE Health speaks about a very particular kind of discrimination found in health care.

17:15: CityNews Weather Specialist Denise Andreacchi gives an update on tonight's snowfall.

21:44: "There are many ways to help"     

Ms. Pinar Denis Yapici from the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey joins the show to talk about an event this weekend to help those impacted by the earthquake. 

33:32: Comedian and Actor Paul Reiser, who depending on your age bracket you'll recognize from NBC's Mad About You, or Netflix shows The Kominsky Method and Stranger Things previews his show on March 21st at the Meridian Centrepoint. 

Hour 2: 

0:00: "The poster child of what we want for suburban intensification"

Brandon Bay from local housing group, Make Housing Affordable, gives his take on a Planning and Housing Committee's decision to delay a new development in Orleans.

9:49: Dr. David Sparks from the Cedarview Animal Hospital gives some tips to keep your pets safe and healthy as we get into tick season. 

20:41: "A separate distinct people, with a distinct culture, a distinct history, a distinct world view"

Mitch Case from the Métis Nation of Ontario speaks about their recent vote to remove over five thousand members. 

27:12: Sharon Sommerville from Fair Vote Canada speaks about their desire for electoral reform.

33:40: CityNews Afternoon Anchor and Managing Editor Jason White recaps the top news stories of the week.

Lunch With Sam - Hour 3:  

Lunch With Sam

Today's lunch includes two city councillors, as Laura Dudas representing Orleans West-Innes, and Sean Devine from Knoxdale-Merivale join Sam to go over the top municipal issues in our city. They talk about the top issues they're hearing from residents, the challenges of finding more affordable housing, and how they're feeling about the Sens playoff push.  

The Business Lunch with the Ottawa Business Journal

20:56: Peter Hamer, Executive Director of the Ottawa Valley Family Health Team speaks about plans for a new health facility in Carleton Place.

28:37: Chef Joe Thottungal from Coconut Lagoon, speaks about how Ottawa tourism funds helped him rebuild his business.

38:15: City Councillor for Rideau Vanier Stephanie Plante speaks about the local impacts of Nordstrom leaving Canada.


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