Goldhawk Fights Back
GFB Podcast: Doug Jones – July 28th07/28/15
Canadians carrying record amounts of debt don’t seem too worried about the consequences, says Doug Jones, Senior Vice President of BDO Canada, a Goldhawk- Approved Contributor.
GFB Podcast: Dr. Zach – July 27
Our doctor-in-the-house, Dr. Zachary Levine, examines the various causes and treatments for anemia and answers general questions about medical and health care.
GFB Podcast: Les Kotzer – July 27th
Wills and Estates lawyer Les Kotzer explains probating a will: when it needs to be done, what taxes need to be paid and how to avoid probating a will in the first place.
GFB Podcast: Billy Cheung – July 23rd
We get advice and answers to detailed questions on osteoporosis from Pharmacist Billy Cheung, past Chair of the Ontario Pharmacists Association, a Goldhawk-approved contributor.
GFB Podcast: McLean Greaves – July 23rd
All the callers said they wanted one when ZoomerMedia’s Vice President of Digital Media, McLean Greaves, talked about the rapidly developing market for robocars.
GFB Podcast: Dr. Serge Gauthier – July 23rd
World-renown Alzheimer researcher Dr. Serge Gauthier explains the significance and value of new drugs being tested to control that ultimately fatal disease.
GFB Podcast: Dr. Ritesh Patel – July 22nd
Wear your sunglasses to protect your eyes and make sure your children and grandchildren do, too. That advice from Dr. Ritesh Patel, a member of the Board of Directors at the Ontario Association of Optometrists, a Goldhawk approved contributor.
GFB Podcast: Mark Sarner – July 22nd
If all governments in Canada scrapped their welfare programs in exchange for a Guaranteed Annual Income, could we save money? Yes, $6 billion a year, says Mark Sarner , founder of Manifest Communications, a cause and social marketing agency based …...
GFB Podcast: Helen Stevenson – July 22nd
Establishing a national pharmacare plan could save both money and lives, says Helen Stevenson, a former Assistant Deputy Minister of Health in Ontario. www.reformulary.com
GFB Podcast: Doug Jones – July 21st
Doug Jones, Senior Vice President of BDO Canada, a Goldhawk-Approved Contributor, describes how reality TV, especially renovation shows and wedding shows, encourage a lot of people to borrow and spend more than they can afford.
GFB Podcast: Jessica Bell & Joyce Nakanishi – July 20th
The new UPX train from Union Station to Pearson Airport will still be running two-thirds empty even after a year of operation. Jessica Bell, Executive Director of TTC riders and flight attendant Joyce Nakanishi both want Metrolinx to reduce fares …...
GFB Podcast: Howard Levitt – July 21st
Employment lawyer Howard Levitt describes the painful process of firing, both from the point of view of the person doing the firing and the person being fired.
GFB Podcast: George Karageorgos – July 16th
Peter Karageorgos, Director of Consumer & Industry Relations for the Insurance Bureau of Canada, describes how both passengers and UberX drivers can be covered by insurance. He also describes the kind of insurance you need to rent out your house …...
GFB Podcast: Dr. Ritesh Patel – July 15th
Dr. Ritesh Patel, a member of the Board for the Ontario Association of Optometrists, a Goldhawk-Approved Contributor, talks about the causes and treatments for dry eye.
GFB Podcast: Daniel Williams – July 15th
Daniel Williams from the Canada Anti-Fraud Centre describes a latest series of scams that that con victims by threatening them with jail terms.
GFB Podcast: Bruce Wiggins – July 15th
Bruce Wiggins, spokesman for SaveOro talks about his group’s fight against concert promoters planning giant concerts, Including one with Neil Young, planned for Burl’s Creek this summer.
GFB Podcast: Doug Jones – July 14th
Doug Jones, Senior Vice President of BDO Canada, Goldhawk-Approved Contributor, says that interest rates are likely to be lowered by the Bank of Canada on July 15th and that an increase in consumer-indebtedness in Canada will be part of the … read more
GFB Podcast: Dr. Zach – July 14th
Our doctor in the house, Dr. Zachary Levine, offers examples of ageism in the health care system—how patients are often judged and treated according to their age, not according to their health and care needs.To download this podcast, click
GFB Podcast: Allan O’Dette – July 14th
Allan O’Dette, the president and CEO of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, says that some of his members are worried about high electricity prices but that is usually not enough to force them out of business. He also says the … read more
GFB Podcast: Gil Penalosa – July 13th
Gil Penalosa, Chair of the Board for 880 Cities, talks about how Toronto can make its neighbourhoods more livable by lowering speed limits, limiting high-rise developments and planting trees.To download this podcast, click
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