Dale Goldhawk on Radio and Television
Join Dale Goldhawk at the Preserve Clearview’s second rally. Preserve Clearview is requesting that protestors gather at Clearview Nursery at 3:30 pm, and that they bring their “tractors, trucks, posters, floats, family and friends.” Continue reading
One way to distinguish the many good companies from the fewer bad is to find out if the home improvement contractor, travel or real estate agent, physiotherapist, financial planner or other provider belongs to a legitimate association. If things go bad, one of the best places to make a complaint is to the association to which the company belongs. Continue reading
Think green when you’re building or extensively redoing your home and you can save a bundle in energy costs and add to resale value down the road. Put your builder or renovator on the spot with these questions. Continue reading
Here’s a figure that will make your eyes bulge out. 200 billion dollars. That is the collective consumer debt of Canadians. And it doesn’t even count mortgages. Continue reading
Did you know there are more than 80,000 registered charities in Canada? Sure, many of them we know by name and reputation but what about the ones we don’t know?
It’s up to us to ask questions before we give. Continue reading
The following are some suggestions to protect yourself, your belongings and your vehicle when you park your car in a parking lot at your hotel, motel, resort or, in fact, any other building or lot.
Dale Goldhawk’s fight to save the Canadian Air & Space Museum has been noticed across the border. In a recent article on EEA’s site, Dale’s extensive reporting on this issue and the impact it has had is highlighted. Continue reading
Here is a step by step blueprint to negotiating and working with your home reno professional. Continue reading
You could save a small fortune on a home renovation if you consider what you have before you jump into creating what you want. Here are some questions to consider. Continue reading
The central systems – furnaces, boilers and heat pumps – that heat our homes typically cycle on and off several times per hour because each system is governed by a single thermostat in one location in the home. You can cut down on this wasteful concept of heating the whole home with zone heating. Continue reading