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Monday's show - links, info & music

  • The new cultural centre for Aboriginal students at Carleton is part of the Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education
  • Mel Cappe was a longtime public servant, and today he's giving a talk called "Supply and Demand" about the lack of ideas in the public service -- that takes place starting at 5:30 at the University of Ottawa's Social Sciences Building
  • More info here on the electric vehicle conference on now in Gatineau
  • More info here about Formula 1600 driver Zach Robichon

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Somewhere Near Thunder Bay" by Tony Dekker, from the album Prayer of the Woods
  • "Georgia Crawl" by Sheesham & Lotus, from the album 1929
  • "North" by Blackie & the Rodeo Kings, from the album South
  • "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Show Me Your Eyes" by Royal Canoe, from the album Today We're Believers
  • "Taqsim Through the Mist" by Jaffa Road, from the album Where the Light Gets In

Between 5 & 6:

  • "Won't Talk About Love" by Gene Maclellan, performed by Catherine Maclellan, from the album Snowboard: The Songs of Gene Maclellan
  • "Started from the Bottom" by Drake, from the album Nothing was the Same
  • "Just Squeeze Me" by Duke Ellington, performed by Terra Hazelton, from the album Gimme Whatcha Got

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