Podcasts

Det. Janice MacDonald & Const. Patricia Fleischmann

Toronto Police Detective Janice MacDonald, the Victim Witness Support Co-ordinator  and TPS Constable Patricia Fleischmann, Vulnerable Persons Co-ordinator, talk about a new website to assist seniors who are victims of crime. Here’s a link:  http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/tpsconnects/ OR CALL: 416 808 7066

David Bratton

David Bratton, co-producer of the Organic Panic television series which examines the growing debate about the value of organic products in the marketplace.  It debuts on ZoomerMedia’s Brand New One, in free preview on Bell 606 and Rogers 265. Here’s … Continue reading

Dr. Sandy Skotnicki

Dr. Sandy Skotnicki, Medical Director at the Bay Dermatology Clinic in Toronto, describes her concerns about the 20 percent of the population allergic to nickel. 

Lorne Fine

Family and Divorce lawyer Lorne Fine describes the growing number of divorces for couples over the age of 65. Visit torontodivorcelaw.com for more info! 

Mary Neumann

Toronto resident Mary Neumann describes her search for her friend Kit Currie who was last seen two weeks ago.  The 50 year old artist was spotted on her bicycle in the west end and then a few days ago in … Continue reading

Dr. Zach

Dr. Zachary Levine, our GFB house doctor, talks about polypharmacy—when zoomers are prescribed several medications, often too many medications, including medications that might react with one another. 

Don Tapscott

Don Tapscott, best-selling author and Executive Director of the Global Solution Networks program, explains his research recommending a world parliament of big city mayors, to help address global problems such as climate change and transportation.

Laurie Campbell

Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada Debt Solutions, talks about financial ramifications when grown kids move back home.

Dr. Mark Lynas

Dentist Dr. Mark lynas talks about some of the myths about root canals, for example, the myth that having a tooth pulled is better than a root canal.

Dr. James Downar

Dr. James Downar,  Critical Care and Palliative Care Physician at the University Health Network in Toronto, comments on a Canadian Medical Association vote that favours, at least in principle, assisted dying.