Dale Goldhawk spent 48 years in the media fighting for the rights of consumers and individual Canadians to get fair deals and justice. He has been deeply involved – and often the featured personality – in numerous crises. He has been a print reporter, magazine writer, book author, broadcast reporter, broadcast host in radio and TV, union leader, and one of Canada’s best-known consumer advocates and human rights activist.
Goldhawk now devotes his time fighting back for charities he has supported for many years.
He is the Chairman of the Board of Alzheimer’s Disease International. ADI represents more than 120 member countries in the fight against dementia.
Goldhawk is a past President of the Alzheimer Society of Canada and now serves as an Honorary Patron of ASC.
Goldhawk is a past member of the Board of Directors at Ontario Shores Mental Health Sciences Centre, one of four major mental health hospitals in Ontario.