Dale Goldhawk on Radio and Television
Alan Findlay from the Ontario Energy Board, describes the LEAP program – short for Low-income Energy Assistance Program. It helps homeowners unable to pay their heating bills with a little emergency financial assistance. Here’s a link:
Dr. Wendy Levinson, the Sir Joh & Lady Eaton Professor and Chair of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, is leading a campaign to get doctors to consider carefully when ordering medical testing, to make … Continue reading
Our resident podiatrist, Dr. Hartley Miltchin, answers questions about foot care and brings along some of his large shoe collection, including John Wayne’s cowboy boots, Fred Astaire’s dancing shoes and Marilyn Monroe’s high heels. Here’s a link: http://www.accentonfeet.com/
Jane Wilson, the President of Wind Concerns Ontario says the Ontario government has the power to cancel contracts with wind turbine operators even though Energy Minister, Bob Chiarelli says it doesn’t.
Dr. Zachary Levine, our GFB House Doctor, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University and a n ER doctor at the McGill University Health Centre, offers advice on urological issues, with particular attention to prostate health.
Denise Donlon, co-host of The Zoomer, previews tonight’s show all about travel, on Vision TV at 9 pm. For more info visit: http://thezoomertv.com/
David Wilkes, Vice-President of the Retail Council of Canada’s grocery division, describes the supermarket policy regarding pricing mistakes in the check-out scanners.
Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada Debt Solutions, describes new legislation that will control debt settlement companies who charge up-front fees and promise to get clients out of trouble with their creditors. Here’s a link to her website: http://creditcanada.com
Our own divorce lawyer, Lorne Fine, tells us about his top ten list of reasons why marriages fail. Who would know better than a divorce lawyer? Visit torontodivorcelaw.com to find out more.
Car consumer advocate and Lemon-Aid author Phil Edmonston comments on the General Motors recall for faulty ignition switches, that can cause GM products to suddenly stop running, while driving. Phil recommends that car owners get the service bulletins for their … Continue reading