Dale Goldhawk on Radio and Television
Susan Eng, Vice-President of Advocacy at CARP, describes a panel discussion with business leaders, trying to make health care in Canada a little more user-friendly.
Peggy Nash, NDP MP for Parkdale-High Park, describes how security officers rushed her into a small room to protect her from a lone gunman in the House of Commons main hallway.
Norm Inkster, former Commissioner of the RCMP and now a security consultant, says House of Commons security probably needs some improvements– as long as the openness of the House and the grounds can be reasonably maintained.
Senator Art Eggleton describes where he was in the House of Commons when a long gunman and security police were exchanging gunfire in the hallway.
Andrew Cash, NDP MP for Davenport, tells of his experiences in the NDP caucus room as gunfire erupted in the hallway of the House of Commons.
Dr. Albert Schumacher, former President of the Canadian Medical Association and the Ontario Medical Association, talks about the need for Zoomers to make sure they are getting all the vaccinations they need to preserve their good health.
Former MP and national security authority Derek Lee comments on the events surrounding the attack on Parliament Hill.
Our Goldhawk Fights Back House Doctor, Zachary Levine talks about diabetes, its causes and treatments and the side-effects of some diabetes treatments.
Mike Lansdown, a director in the Halton Chapter of CARP, describes his battle to keep home delivery of the mail a reality in Canada, despite Canada Post’s announcement to get rid of it.
Ari Goldkind, long-shot candidate for mayor of Toronto, outlines some of his platform.