February 24, 2012
This Week on CANADA AM – FREE STUFF, Free March Break Activities, Free Travel Opportunities and Hassle FREE Dinner Tips. Also, Oscar® Wrap Up, Holly Cole and more…
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Monday, February 27
OSCAR® WRAP: ETALK’s Ben Mulroney joins CANADA AM with all the buzz from the award show and after parties; Jeanne Beker dishes up fashion hits and misses from the Red Carpet; and Richard Crouse along with Hollywood Reporter’s Michael Rechtshaffen share their thoughts on the winners and losers of the 84th Academy awards.
SHARE THE WARMTH: The Cummings Centre, a unique Montreal agency committed to enhancing the quality of life for people 50 years of age and older, shares practices for rehabilitating Parkinson’s patients through song and dance with CANADA AM.
HOLLY COLE: Canadian Jazz singer Holly Cole hits the CANADA AM soundstage with the original members of the Holly Cole Trio, performing songs from her latest album .
Tuesday, February 28
GCB: CANADA AM has interviews with Emmy nominee Annie Potts and Executive Producer Robert Harling about the new show GCB
SERUMS vs. CREAMS: Serum is the new buzz word in skincare. This morning, dermatologist Dr. Paul Cohen joins CANADA AM with details on how these products differ, and how to choose the right product for your skin care needs.
GET YOUR KIDS READING: Heather Feldstein, creator of WordsbyMom.com, joins CANADA AM this morning with top books that speak to today’s children and may help nurture an early love of reading.
Wednesday, February 29
DEBUT NOVEL Ru: Author Kim Thuy fled Vietnam in 1978, completed a Law degree at Universite de Montreal, and joins CANADA AM to talk about her debut novel Ru
ROSE REISMAN: Cookbook author and one of Canada’s leading authorities on the art of living well joins CANADA AM this morning with a look at products for healthier cooking.
MARCH BREAK CRAFTS: Editor of Canadian Family magazine Jennifer Reynolds joins CANADA AM with a slew of March Break crafts to keep the kids entertained.
FASHION HAZARDS: Can’t live without your Spanx? Dr. Marla Shapiro looks at the famed undergarment, skinny jeans, stilettos and other fashion faves that may be hazardous to your health.
Thursday, March 1
MARCH BREAK FREEBIES: CANADA AM rounds up a list of fabulous free things parents can do with their kids for March Break.
ARMOIRE MAKEOVER: Chatelaine Home Editor Virgine Martocq joins CANADA AM with makeover ideas to transform an old wardrobe into a show-stopping new piece.
SPEED SCRATCH COOKING: Christine Cushing, host of FEARLESS IN THE KITCHEN, serves up tips to making delicious homemade meals for the family after a busy day.
Friday, March 2
MARCH BREAK BOREDOM BUSTER: Jennifer Reynolds of Canadian Family stops in at CANADA AM with tips to keep the family entertained over March Break.
LOREN CHRISTIE: CANADA AM’s travel expert takes viewers through travel freebies – how to book flights, go places and pay nothing!
APRES SKI FOODS: Cozy up after a day on the slopes with delicious après ski foods. Chef Jason Bangerter from Oliver & Bonacini joins CANADA AM with tips.
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