go source site viagra tablet information in urdu writing conventions see can you take viagra before surgery creative writing coursework examples critical analysis essay proofreading website us champix to quit smoking english extended essay books https://teleroo.com/pharm/cialis-ohne-rezept-auf-rechnung/67/ sports topic essay persuasive essay pro animal testing how to split viagra 100mg essay modern education system click here research paper paper https://samponline.org/blacklives/book-feuerbach-german-great-ideology-in-including-philosophy-thesis/27/ see https://eagfwc.org/men/order-viagra-legally-online/100/ harga satuan viagra https://climbingguidesinstitute.org/10880-help-writing-literature-review/ apply cover letter resume meine stadt essay https://norfolkspca.com/medservice/buy-prednisone-5mg-without-prescription/14/ go to site help with history essay writing viagra vs cialis better click writing a narrative essay examples https://nebraskaortho.com/docmed/tom-kaulitz-sufrio-una-sobredosis-de-viagra/73/ essays on shakespeares julius caesar Listen in to Todd Joron as he discusses how a new generation drug to fight cystic fibrosis has literally saved his daughter’s life and the lives of thousands of others suffering from this devastating disease. We also discuss the heart wrenching reality that Canadians cannot have access to this life saving drug.
Imagine skating non-stop outdoors for 19 hours and 26 minutes. Steve McNeil does it annually in several Canadian cities in honour of his mom who was born in 1926. His mission is to bring awareness and raise funds for Alzheimer’s. Contributing to the cause in Montreal are the Broady brothers: Scott, Sean and Mark.
Alisa Clamen last heard from her son Jesse Galganov on Sept. 28, 2017. Jesse had just started an eight month travel adventure in Peru that would have taken him throughout South America and Asia. There are still so many unanswered questions. We can’t imagine the emotional toll on his family and loved ones here in Montreal. We have Jesse’s mom, Alisa Clamen in studio to provide us with the latest details and to tell us how she’s holding up under such unimaginable circumstances.
Joy Rodgers is a mother of two young children who was diagnosed with Triple Negative Invasive Breast Cancer shortly after her 35thbirthday. Since being diagnosed, Joy has been a big advocate for cancer awareness as a whole, and in 2018 she launched Joyful Packages which sells Cancer Care Packages for patients in treatment and in recovery, as well as for their caregivers. Joy is in studio to tell us all about it.
On July 25, 2018, 17 year old Riley Fairholm was shot and killed by police in Knowlton. Listen in with Riley’s mom, Tracy Wing, who is in studio with Matt and Corrie to explain her side of the story and to provide words of advice to parents who may have children in distress.
Impaired vision or even worse, loss of vision, can affect your life forever. Many eye issues are actually preventable. Whether you are a child, a parent or a senior in your 80’s, you will want to hear from optometrist Dr. Dan Samaha who is in studio to provide us with helpful tips and advice for proper eye care and the prevention of ocular diseases.
Montrealer Dennis Carranza was going to die if he didn`t receive a new heart. We’ll have Dennis in studio talking to us about his incredible journey leading up to a heart transplant at the MUHC Glen site this past summer and how he is coping to this day.
It’s RRSP season. What to do with your investments in these volatile times? RRSP’s vs TFSA. Which is best? Do I invest or pay down debt? What about insurance? We have Marco Vendramini in studio with us. Marco is a financial expert with IG Wealth Management that takes a different approach to your family’s financial health. He’s a man with a big heart and the smarts to lead families in the right direction today AND the next generation.
Wanna improve your quality of life? Join Corrie & Matt this Sunday on CJAD 800 at 4:00 p.m. as we talk with plant trainers https://www.planttrainers.com/Adam Chaim & Shoshana Chaim about how plant based living changed their lives.
Supporting people with physical impairments, motor impairments or mobility challenges. The MAB-Mackay Foundation is now known as the Habilitas Foundation. Join Matt and Corrie as we talk to Glenn Massad, Director of Communications and Alana Geller, one of their board of directors and mom of a Mackay School student.
Teresa Dellar, founder of West Island Palliative Care Residence
Please join Corrie & Matt on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. as we pay tribute to an extraordinary woman, Teresa Dellar. We will replay parts of a former interview on Life Unrehearsed as well as talk with some of her closest colleagues/friends. “People may leave our lives, but they live on in our hearts forever.”
Playing with fire with Theo Fleury.
Are you the best version of yourself? Join Corrie and Matt as we talk to Melissa Dawn about how to become the CEO of your life.
Corey Fleischer will be in studio to share his inspiring story about erasing hate. His humble beginnings in Montreal by wiping out hateful graffiti has now gone worldwide with over 100 million views on social media in 2018.
Did you over do it during the holidays? Canadians have never been more in debt. We`ll have Ron Gagnon, SVP and Licensed Insolvency Trustee from BDO First Call Debt Solutions in studio to provide us with helpful words of advice to help us effectively deal with debt overload.
The Power of Body Language
Why is body language so important in communication? It can literally affect relationships both in business and personally. We have expert Suzannah Baum in studio to show us how to be better communicators through effective body language.
Mompreneur Miriam Pearl has two children with Celiac disease. She struggled to find gluten free food that was healthy and actually tasted good. So she started her own company and her gluten free products are flying off the racks across the country!
You don’t want to miss Matt and Corrie’s conversation with yoga expert Rozel Gonzales. We had no idea about the many benefits of yoga. And as you’ll hear, it can literally be life changing!
What can we do to make it easier for us? We have Jessica Smith in studio to tell us how. Jessica is the coordinator of a program at the YWCA Montreal providing free counselling and other valuable support services and workshops to women caring for loved ones and and will shed some light on this increasingly infuriating experience.
The transition from being a fun, free living couple to having children can be a bit of a shock. We love our children but those first few years can be challenging. We have Zoe and Tim in studio to share their trials and tribulations related to how life changes when you transition from becoming a couple to becoming parents. We also discuss the role of new grandparents to make this a truly multi-generational segment.
Carole and Rachelle are dragon boat racers – they are also breast cancer survivors. In fact, their entire dragon boat team are breast cancer survivors. They paddle together in celebration of life, to demonstrate that there can be healthy, active living after breast cancer. We’ll have Carole and Rachelle in studio to tell us about it.
Dania was a single mother and decided to adopt a second child from overseas so she did. Then she met Irwin, who was already father of 4. When they married, Irwin adopted Dania’s two daughters. Sunday’s show is about more than just about adoption, it’s about love, connection and acceptance. We’ll hear directly from Dania and Irwin who will be joining us in studio.
We’ll wrap up our Caregiver Series with none other than Family Caregiving Expert, Stephanie Erickson. Stephanie is one of the most influential voices and advocates for caregivers.
We are honoured to have 82 year old Guy Laruviere who was stationed in France in the early 50’s during the beginning of the Cold War at what was called #2 Fighter Wing
In celebration of Caregiver Week in Quebec, we have the inspirational Claire Webster who will be sharing her story and providing us with caregiving guidance and words of advice.
PR expert Geeta Nadkarni helps people all over the world stand out from the crowd and build inner confidence. Join Corrie and Matt to hear how Geeta is going to help us all make a difference!
As we approach Caregiver Week in Quebec, we are embarking on a 3 part series devoted to caregivers which affects almost 1 in 4 Canadians. Part 1 will have Mark Stolow in studio. Mark is the CEO of Huddol, an innovative, Montreal based online community that is spreading like wildfire.
In her early 20’s, Montrealer Lindsey Finkelstein was diagnosed with breast cancer. She decided to have a double mastectomy. She also decided that it would be a good idea to document her journey through a unique and awe-inspiring Instagram account called “Tatatomytata’s”. Lindsey is now 24 years old and she is in studio to tell us all about her experience.
We’re very fortunate to have in studio one of Montreal’s leading endocrinologists, Dr. Mark Sherman. Dr. Sherman was the past chair of the McGill and MUHC division of endocrinology and is presently the director of the MUHC lipid clinic and Metabolic Health Centre. We’ll be discussing the most popular issues concerning diabetes which now affects almost 1 in 3 Canadians. Topics will include the different types of diabetes; causes; prevention tips; common myths and some very interesting apps that can help people affected by diabetes.
We’ll have Jamie Benizri in studio with us on Sunday. Jamie is the founder of the fast rising company, Legal Logik. He is also a social media phenom with his networking groups, philanthropy and serial entrepreneur initiatives. We’ll be having a “Rapid Fire Q&A” tackling the most popular issues faced by families. Specifically, we’ll be talking divorce, legal cannabis, distracted driving, tenants rights and estate planning in a fast paced, fun filled, Q&A environment.
Could you imagine losing two siblings and your mother in a plane crash? Well that’s what happened to Lynda Fishman who is in studio as she talks about the infamous Air Canada plane crash of 1970 on a flight from Montreal. We’ll talk about her incredible resiliency and her conscious decision to become happy and lead a fulfilled life.
In less than 2 weeks, legalized marijuana will come into effect. Should we be concerned about the health effects of cannabis or is it simply time for our society to accept it much as we have with alcohol? Listen in to one of the leading drug safety experts in the field, Dr. Guy Chamberland, to talk about this polarizing subject.
October is Mental Health Awareness month – please join Corrie Sirota & Matt Del Vecchio as we have in studio Orit Eisenberg and her daughters Emmy and Macy. They experienced the significant loss of their father who suffered from bipolar disorder and subsequently took his own life. Orit and Emmy have been instrumental in starting up Young Minds program at the JGH with the goal of bringing mental health issues out of the shadows and highlight the importance of talking about them.
Paula Toledo had to overcome the death of her husband when her two children were two years old and two weeks old. His death was by suicide. That was 8 years ago. You don’t want to miss what she did to overcome this tragic loss and how Paula is now an inspiration to many through her public speaking including a TedX talk.
Did you know that approximately 50% of the Canadian population over the age of 50 still do not have an up to date will? And that’s just a will. What about a Power of Attorney or a Protection Mandate. It can be so confusing. Join Corrie and Matt as we talk to notary extraordinaire Nadia Re Riggi to help us out.
Most people know Scott Oake as an on-ice reporter with Hockey Night in Canada but Scott has a more personal story to share with us. His son, Bruce, battled addiction and unfortunately, addiction won. Join Matt and Corrie as we will have Scott as our guest to share how the death of his son propelled him into becoming an advocate for drug addiction awareness.
She’s determined to change societies definition of beauty – every body for everybody. Join Corrie and Matt as we talk to Jus Franks who is proud to share her courageous story and her desire to become a model and her journey towards self-love.
The unimaginable happened. Her son died in a motorcycle accident. Today, Corrie and Matt have in studio, Elayne Weigensberg, who is going to talk about how risk taking affects the entire family and what she’s doing about it and she’s coping with her family’s tragedy.
How is it that two words – Beaver Tails – automatically brings a smile to your face? Matt and Corrie are talking to the proud owners of Beaver Tails: Pino Di Ioia & his wife Tina Serrao along with Anthony Di Ioia who will be telling us about their incredible success story.