Dale Goldhawk on Radio and Television
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Goldhawk Fights Back: Dr. John Clark, Co-chair of the first-ever Canadian Pain summit to be held in Ottawa on April 24, says doctors don’t do a very good job of managing pain for their patients. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: Noel Biderman, the CEO of Ashleymadison.com, the dating and adultery website, ponders whether of not he would sponsor High Park Zoo and the Far Enough Farm on Centre Island. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: Private consultants are offering, for a price, to help veterans fill out applications for disability pensions. Patricia Varga, Dominion President of the Royal Canadian Legion, says all veterans should know the Legion will help all vets with those applications, for free. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: David Cravit is the author of Beyond Age Rage: How the Boomers and Seniors are solving the war of the Generations.
David tells Dale the Boomers are actually helping the Millenials–many of whom are still living at home in their mid-twenties. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: Lisa Thompson, the Progressive Conservative MPP for Huron-Bruce is one of several politicians attending the Port Elgin wind turbine protest. She talks to Dale about the health issues involved for those living near wind turbines. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: Jim Jessop, who speaks for the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs, reacts to an Ontario government decision to at least consider mandating sprinkler systems for care homes. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: Greg Schmalz, the co-found of the people power group STOP (Saugeen Shores Turbine Operating Policy) describes the upcoming Saturday protest march against wind turbines in Port Elgin.
Goldhawk Fights Back: A new case of dementia is diagnosed in the world every four seconds, says a report released by the World Health Organization and Alzheimer’s Disease International. Naguib Gouda, CEO of the Alzheimer Society of Canada, offers his comments. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: Pete Karageorgos, the Manager of Consumer and Industry Relations for the Insurance Bureau of Canada reminds us to be prepared for weather disasters. And he tells us what kind of water damage in our homes can be covered by insurance and what kind of water damage cannot. Continue reading
Goldhawk Fights Back: Plans are underway for another happening involving thousands of people opposed to the Megaquarry in Melancthon Township. Sports events organizer Maria Burton describes ‘Stomp the Megaquarry’, coming up this summer. Continue reading