On Thursday January 7th GFB: Norm Kelly, Sheila Block, Dr. Zach, Billy Chueng

Jan 07, 2016

By Valerie Massie

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11:05 AM ET | Councillor Norm Kelly, Ward 40, Scarborough Agincourt, Toronto
TOPIC – The suggestion from social justice groups in Toronto who are saying‎ the Toronto vehicle registration tax should be re-instated to help council fulfill it’s promise to reduce poverty in the city.


11:10 AM ET | Sheila Block, Senior Economist, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Ontario Office
TOPIC – The suggestion from social justice groups in Toronto who are saying‎ the Toronto vehicle registration tax should be re-instated to help council fulfill it’s promise to reduce poverty in the city.

11:45 AM ET | Dr. Zach, GFB House Doctor, ER Doctor, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine at McGill University
TOPIC – Bowel health


12:30 PM ET | Billy Cheung, Ontario Pharmacist, GOLDHAWK APPROVED CONTRIBUTOR
TOPIC – Low-dose Aspirin, or baby Aspirin, is commonly prescribed to people at high risk of heart attack and stroke. But just because it’s low-dose doesn’t mean that it’s risk-free. Billy Cheung of the Ontario Pharmacists Association explores some of the myths and facts about low-dose Aspirin therapy and why it may not be right for everyone.

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