GFB Podcast: Laurie Campbell – August 21st

Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada Debt Solutions, talks about financial ramifications when grown kids move back home. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

GFB Podcast: Dr. Mark Lynas – August 21st

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. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

GFB Podcast: Dr. James Downar – August 20th

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. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

GFB Podcast: Sgt. Kerry Schmidt – August 20th

OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt offers information and advice on safe driving for the Labour Day weekend. Podcast: Play in new window | Download


There’s a report this morning that the TTC is suing the company building the last stop on the Spadina subway extension. The CBC says the Commission is suing Arup Canada over its construction of the Vaughan subway station. The suit … read more

GFB Podcast: McLean Greaves – August 19th

McLean Greaves, VP, Digital Media , E-books Division, ZoomerMedia, & tech blogger for, offers advice on setting up wireless cameras for home security and answers the question “can the Internet actually run out of space?  Is that possible?” Podcast: … read more

GFB Podcast: Billy Cheung – August 18th

Pharmacist Billy Cheung comments on proposed changes to extend the role of pharmacists in Ontario, including the ability to order and interpret some blood tests. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

GFB Podcast: Steve Munro – August 18th

Transit Advocate Steve Munro comments on proposed changes at the TTC—including all-door boarding for buses and streetcars and 2-hour passes for the price of a single ticket. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Pet of the Week: Lindy

Lindy is a laid back, easygoing girl who loves quiet, gentle attention and will sit for hours of petting! She is definitely a “four feet on the floor” kind of bunny, but she loves cuddles at her level. She would … read more


Toronto’s first Open Streets is being hailed a huge success by organizers, although most of the people who came out did so when it was almost over.  It ran from 8 in the morning until noon yesterday.  Bloor Street was … read more