Podcasts

Doug Jones

Doug Jones, Senior Vice President and Trustee in Bankruptcy with BDO Canada Limited, describes the latest statistics on Canadians who live paycheque to paycheque and offers advice on handling debt and saving for retirement.

Chris Remerowski & David Bratton

Chris Remerowski & David Bratton, Producers of the TV series Organic Panic, describe their next episode, the debate over the value of organic food. Coming up on the Brand New One. Here’s a link: http;//www.onebodymindspiritlove.com/shows/organic-panic

Dr. Zach

Our Goldhawk Fights Back House Doctor, Zachary Levine, talks about the value of extensive and fulsome communication between doctors and patients. 

Mari Rutka & Elizabeth Moyer

Toronto District School Board Chair Mari Rutka and Trustee Elizabeth Moyer defend trustee expense accounts of the past and describe new rules that should tighten up how trustees spend up to 27,000 dollars in expenses every year. 

Angelo Mantzios

Angelo Mantzios, Sun Life Financial Advisor, and co-host of A Money for Life Conversation with Angelo Mantzios on AM740, offers advice and information on CPP, OAS, defined benefit pension plans and annuities.

Brad J. Lamb

Brad Lamb, President of Brad J. Lamb Realty and Lamb Development Corp. says that in 20 years, everybody except the rich will be living in condominiums.

Olivia Chow

Toronto Mayoralty candidate Olivia Chow reacts to the news that Doug Ford will replace Rob Ford as candidate for mayor. 

Dr. Rosa Braga-Mele

Dr. Rosa Braga-Mele, Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Toronto and Director of Cataract Surgery, Kensington Eye institute, Toronto, answers questions about glaucoma and cataract surgery. Here’s a link to a story about diet and glaucoma: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/09/10/foods-to-help-reduce-glaucoma-risk/

Paul Napolitano & Kenzie Campbell

Paul Napolitano, President of Royal Home Improvements and Kenzie Campbell, General manager of RHI, describe the steps consumers should take before they sign on the dotted line for a renovation project.

Mimi Lowi-Young

Mimi Lowi-Young, CEO of the Alzheimer Society of Canada, talks about a new national initiative for dementia research, funded by the federal government and other partners, including ASC.