Dale Goldhawk on Radio and Television
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.
Libby Znaimer, Vice President of News and Information at Zoomer Radio, previews her special edition of The Zoomer, on Vision TV, examining the many issues of assisted dying.
Jeff Newton, President of Canada’s National Brewers, addressed the impact on The Beer Store if Premier Wynne extracts money from this government asset and liquor monopoly.
Dr. Michael Gardam, Director of Infection Prevention and Control at the University Health Network and Women’s College Hospital, offers a progress report and answers questions, about the fight against Ebola.
Rachel Logel-Carmichael, World Vision’s team leader for Humanitarian and Emergeny Affairs, explains her organization’s report out today, on World Food Day, outlining a new approach to world hunger.
Dr. Zachary Levine, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine at McGill University and an ER doctor at the McGill Health Centre, comments on the Ebola virus and offers advice on conditions that could lead to a stroke.
David Sersta, Vice President of Carp Benefits & Corporate Partnerships | Shows, offers us a preview of the Zoomer Show this year, on October 25 and 26. Here’s a link: http://www.zoomershow.com/events/toronto2014/
John Gignac, Co-Chair of the Hawkins-Gignac Foundation for CO Education and a retired firefighter after 34 years of service, celebrates the official enactment of a law to require carbon monoxide detectors in Ontario homes.