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PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for September 21, 2022

PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for September 21, 2022

Wednesday September 21, 2022
PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for September 20, 2022

PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for September 20, 2022

Tuesday September 20, 2022
PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for September 19, 2022

PODCAST: The Sam Laprade Show for September 19, 2022

​​​​​​​Monday September 19, 2022
Humane Canada cautions people against signs of puppy mills

Humane Canada cautions people against signs of puppy mills

Sometimes puppy mills disguise themselves as rescues or use the term "adopt" to confuse the public, so it's important to look at the conditions the animals are kept in.
Indigenous artist's work that 'makes you think' on display at Wabano Centre

Indigenous artist's work that 'makes you think' on display at Wabano Centre

Carl Beam was the first contemporary Indigenous artist to have his work acquired by the National Gallery of Canada, and in 2005 he received the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts.
New song by Tara Shannon reminds listeners about their inner strength

New song by Tara Shannon reminds listeners about their inner strength

Shannon's new song "I Know Who I Am" was released on Sept. 23. She hopes the song will remind other people going through challenging times that they can stand on their own two feet.
Algonquin alum recognized for her incredible achievements

Algonquin alum recognized for her incredible achievements

Algonquin College is recognizing Collinda Joseph with the Changing Lives Award.
Ottawa Mission reveals inflation having major impact on operations

Ottawa Mission reveals inflation having major impact on operations

Peter Tilley, the chief executive officer of the Ottawa Mission said inflation has had a deep impact on operations to help the capital's most vulnerable people this year.  
The Wilno murders

The Wilno murders

This is part one of a six part series on The Sam Laprade Show discussing femicide. 
Fall arrives: warmer-than-normal temperatures expected to 'dominate' the season

Fall arrives: warmer-than-normal temperatures expected to 'dominate' the season

For those fretting over the cooler weather, it’s not all bad news, meteorologists are predicting a “warmer-than-normal” fall in parts of Ontario. 
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