Ottawa Today - Oct. 11 (09:00-10:00) - 1310 NEWS
Ottawa Today with Mark Sutcliffe
Ottawa Today - Oct. 11 (09:00-10:00) **Mark Day in for Mark Sutcliffe**
  1. Daniella Diaz - CNN Politics Reporter
  2. Randall Moore, Doc and Woody Show on 106-1 CHEZ
  3. Jon Kieran - Toronto-based renewable energy consultant and member of the Canadian Solar Industries Association’s board of directors
Oct 11, 2016, 07:05 AM
LATEST EPISODES
Ottawa Today - July 20 (12:00-1:00) 12:00:  The Power Lunch with LiveWorkPlay Founder Keenan Wellar and former Ottawa-Centre NDP MP Paul Dewar 12:30: Dr. Rob Thacker - Astrophysics Professor, Saint Mary’s University 12:45: REPLAY - Glenn Van Gulick on the controversy surrounding a Salvation Army shelter and a dispute about the timeline and possible location with the area's councillor Mathieu Fleury Jul 20, 2017, 12:14 PM
Ottawa Today - July 20 (11:00-12:00) 11:00: Helene Clarkson began a Go Fund Me page to raise money to take out a full page newspaper ad which would draw attention to indigenous issues 11:15: Taylor Jackson - Senior Policy Analyst with the Fraser Institute. Co-author of  a report that shows Ontarians are paying the highest hydro rates in the country 11:30: Sydnee Scofield with KOLO TV in Nevada on OJ Simpson's parole hearing 11:45: Zarqa Nawaz, freelance writer, creator of Little Mosque on the Prairie, and author of Laughing All the Way to the Mosque on her take on a Quebec town rejecting a proposed Muslim cemetery Jul 20, 2017, 12:10 PM
Ottawa Today - July 20 (10:00-11:00) 10:00:  Question of the DayShould other passengers have intervened in a fight on an OC Transpo bus that left one man with a broken jaw? 10:15:  Glenn Van Gulik - Area Director for Public Relations Development for Eastern Ontario for the Salvation Army on the dispute over timelines and the location for the new Salvation Army shelter in Vanier with the area's councillor Mathieu Fleury 10:30: Christina Spencer - Ottawa Citizen's editorial pages editor 10:45: Derek Burney- Canada’s ambassador to Washington from 1989 to 1993 on NAFTA negotiations and the effect on Canada Jul 20, 2017, 12:02 PM
Ottawa Today - July 20 (9:00-10:00) 09:00: Numbers in the News $182.51: That’s how much the typical household in Ottawa pays for 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per month. 2: That’s how many times Prime Minister Trudeau refused to comment on what he knew about Julie Payette’s background before she was appointed as Canada’s next governor general. $506 million: That’s how much revenue in taxes and fees Colorado has received since it legalized marijuana. 16: That is the median survival rate, in months, for the aggressive form of brain cancer that has afflicted US Senator John McCain. 50: That’s how many minutes President Trump spent in an interview with the New York Times yesterday, in which he criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions and attacked former FBI director James Comey. $17 million: That’s how much Paul Manafort may have been in debt to Russian interests before he joined Donald Trump’s presidential campaign last year. 4%: That’s how much of the 20 million pounds in donations has been distributed to the victims of the Grenfell Tower in London. 1027820: That’s OJ Simpson’s inmate number at the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada. 8: That’s how many yards the Alouettes were from Ottawa’s end zone with just over a minute remaining in last night’s game. 5.5 billion: That’s how many tons of plastic waste exist in the world today. 09:15: John Ivison - Political columnist, National Post on why politicians need to present a united front as NAFTA negotiations get started 09:30: Sandra Plagakis - “Sandrap” -- Carter and Sandra show on KISS 105-3 on Taylor Swift suitcase, Ed Sheeran backlash from his Game of Thrones appearance and more! 09:45: Lawrence Martin- Public Affairs Columnist with the Globe and Mail on why we need to stop fretting about NAFTA Jul 20, 2017, 11:56 AM
Ottawa Today - July 19 (12:00-1:00) 12:00: The Power Lunch with City Councillor Michael Qaqish and Ottawa Champions President David Gourlay 12:15:  The Power Lunch continued 12:30: Protest against a proposed new Salvation Army shelter in Vanier with Paul Drouin, Vanier resident and local business owner who was at the protest and Drew Dobson, Owner of Finnigan’s Pub and community activist who helped organize the protest   Jul 19, 2017, 01:45 PM
Ottawa Today - July 19 (11:00-12:00) 11:00: The World with Professor Elliot Tepper - Carleton University political science professor 11:30: Tim Baines, Sports Columnist with the Ottawa Sun on why the defending Grey Cup champions still haven't secured a win 11:45: Mathieu Fleury, Councillor for Rideau-Vanier on the protest Tuesday night against a proposed Salvation Army shelter   Jul 19, 2017, 01:25 PM
Ottawa Today - July 19 (10:00-11:00) 10:00: Question of the Day: Should the Salvation Army proceed with its plans to build a shelter in Vanier, despite the concerns of local residents? 10:15:  Cara Rosenbloom, Registered Dietitian on some major changes coming to Canada's food guide 10:30:  Tim Powers, Vice-Chairman of Summa Strategies and Managing Director of Abacus Data 10:45:  Justin Ling, Features Editor at VICE News on the unique dangers posed to Canada's defence minister Jul 19, 2017, 01:19 PM
Ottawa Today - July 19 (9:00-10:00) 09:00: Numbers in the News 100: That’s about how many Vanier residents protested last night against the plans for a new Salvation Army shelter in their neighbourhood. 8: That’s the number of years in prison for a drug dealer who sold fentanyl. $648,352: That’s the average amount billed to the province by 57 doctors who treat people addicted to opioids. 547: That’s how many students of a Catholic choir school in Germany were physically and sexually abused over a period of 70 years, according to a new report. 55: That’s about how many minutes Donald Trump talked with Vladimir Putin in a previously undisclosed meeting at the G20 summit earlier this month. 39%: That’s the favourable rating for Hillary Clinton in a new poll that shows she is even less popular than Donald Trump 2: That’s at least how many hours before departure you should arrive at the airport if you are travelling to the United States 75: That’s how many years ago a couple disappeared from their farm in the Swiss Alps. 4 hours, 59 minutes: That’s how long it took for the Blue Jays and the Red Sox to complete a 15-inning game last night and early this morning. 7: That’s how many more points the Redblacks have given up this year than they have scored. 09:15: Phil Gurski - President and CEO of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting on a report that upwards of 20 Canadian women have left to join ISIL 09:30: Barry McLoughlin- Senior Partner, TransformLeaders.ca 09:45: Quito Maggi - President and CEO of Mainstreet Research on how the NDP leadership race voting rules differ from those of the Conservatives and Liberals Jul 19, 2017, 01:13 PM
Ottawa Today - July 18 (12:00-1:00) 12:00: The Power Lunch with Bailey Reid, Strategist MediaStyle &  Podcaster with The Bad and Bitchy Podcast and Shelley MacLean, Communications Officer, The Ottawa Hospital Foundation 12:30: Replay of Tina Boileau discussing Jonathan Pitre's current condition 12:45: Wildfires continue to rage in Marcella Bernardo, Reporter with News1130 SUBJECT: Wildfire update - she’s in Kamloops, an evacuation centre and has been speaking with evacuees Jul 18, 2017, 12:38 PM
Ottawa Today - July 18 (11:00-12:00) 11:00: International Affairs with Stephanie Carvin, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University 11:30: Nik Nanos with Nanos Research 11:45: Why it's hypocritical to set the legal age for using marijuatna at 21 with Jason Markusoff of MacLean's Jul 18, 2017, 12:26 PM
Ottawa Today - July 18 (10:00-11:00) 10:00: Question of the Day: Should a community near Quebec City reconsider its decision to reject a Muslim cemetery? 10:15: James Baxter with iPolitics on NAFTA 10:30: The Ethics Lab with Dan Munro -  Visiting Scholar in Innovation Studies and Director of Policy Projects, Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs at University of Toronto Jul 18, 2017, 12:24 PM
Ottawa Today - July 18 (9:00-10:00) 09:00: Numbers in the News 117: That’s how many negotiating objectives the US trade representative has outlined in advance of talks on the North American Free Trade Agreement. 4: That’s how many Republican Senators are now saying they will vote against the bill to repeal Obamacare. 2: That’s how many times Donald Trump has certified that Iran is complying with the nuclear agreement he has attacked many times. 45,000: That’s the number of veterans’ graves across Canada that are in disrepair. 7: That’s how many small birds were killed by a bug trapping device used by a Toronto woman. 1,647: That’s how many people had viewed, as of this morning, a video posted on Facebook by Conservative MP Cheryl Gallant in which she accuses the media of reporting fake news about Omar Khadr. 27: That’s how many contact lenses British doctors found in the eye of a patient when she was being prepared for surgery. 39: That’s how many years Steve Whitmire was a puppeteer and voice actor for The Muppets. 12: That’s how many new emojis Apple is introducing 1,005: That’s the current world ranking of Tiger Woods. 09:15: Tristin Hopper with the National Post on the uselessness of Canadian airport security 09:30: Randall's Rant with Randall Moore, Doc and Woody Show on 106-1 CHEZ 09:45: Tina Boileau, Jonathan Pitre’s mother on some good news for Jonathan after a difficult month Jul 18, 2017, 12:21 PM
Ottawa Today - July 17 (12:00-1:00) 12:00:The Power Lunch with Kurt Stoodley, Real Estate Agent and former broadcaster and Mark Blevis, Public affairs strategist 12:30: Tariq Malik, Managing Editor, Space.com on Buzz Aldrin and his mission to get people to Mars 12:45: REPLAY - Bluesfest - Joe Reilly and Erica Ifell Jul 17, 2017, 01:13 PM
Ottawa Today - July 17 (11:00-12:00) 11:00: Nik Nanos - CEO, Nanos Research on how a majority of U.S. firms say free trade with Canada is good for the economy 11:15: Nick Fleury - an Ottawa man captured a cyclist running a red light and hitting a car in the city's downtown on Saturday 11:30:  Timothy Caulfield - Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and a Trudeau Fellow and Professor in the Faculty of Law and the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta on Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop company targeting a Canadian doctor who has been critical of their products. 11:45: Ben Nicholson-Smith - Sportsnet Blue Jays reporter on their poor performance Jul 17, 2017, 01:11 PM
Ottawa Today - July 17 (10:00-11:00) 10:00: Question of the Day: What's your reaction to a cyclist being charged after a collision with a vehicle that was recorded on a dashcam video? 10:15: Cormac MacSweeney - Parliament Hill Bureau Chief for 1310News on the top news in Canadian politics 10:30: Ihor Korbabicz - Researcher with Abacus Data 10:45: Mark Warner, Principal of MAAW Law, specialising in foreign investment and international trade on what recourse Canada could have once President Donald Trump's list of potential changes to NAFTA comes to light Jul 17, 2017, 12:57 PM