March 9, 2012
This Week On CANADA AM – More Johnny Reid, Taylor Kitsch, The Superdogs, Trevor and Debbie Greene, and more…
For Immediate Release – March 9, 2012
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Monday, March 12
• JOHNNY REID PERFORMS: For the finale to CANADA AM’s three-part series the multi-platinum singer performs songs from his new CD Fire It Up and talks about getting ready to go on tour again.
• FIVE LOOKS … FIVE CANADIAN DESIGNERS: It’s World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto and Liv Judd Soy of Loulou Magazine previews the top looks from Canada’s best designers.
Tuesday, March 13
• SUPERDOGS: CANADA AM looks at the science behind these super canines and gets a demonstration of their new tricks.
• AJAY FRY: Co-host of INNERSPACE shares his inside look at the Skywalker Ranch and his chat with the developers of Kinect Star Wars, a new video game, with CANADA AM.
• MEALS THAT HEAL: What can you eat to help ease your aches and pains? Julie Daniluk, nutritionist and host of Healthy Gourmet talks about the best foods to reduce inflammation.
Wednesday, March 14
• TAYLOR KITSCH: The Canadian star of the new action film John Carter talks to Bev about being homeless for a time, his dreams of hockey stardom, and why he’ll never model again.
• BEST BOTTLES UNDER $40: Canada’s three master Sommeliers - John Szabo, Jennifer Heuther, and Bruce Wallner showcase their favourite bottle of wine under $40 and suggest what to pair it with.
• DAVID MYLES: Nominated for five East Coast Music Awards, this New Brunswick singer-songwriter performs his single Long Dark Night on the CANADA AM Soundstage.
• BATHROOM HAZARDS: Germs that loom…products that expire…Doctor Ray Copes, Director, Environmental and Occupational Health with Public Health Ontario explains how things in your bathroom can cause harm.
• ESSIE WEINGARTEN: She refashioned the nail polish industry and this morning Essie shares a preview of spring colours, application tips and nail polish faux-pas.
Thursday, March 15
• RUNWAY ETHICS: Are designers pushing the envelope using models who are too thin, too young, and being forced to drink and smoke down the runway? Heather Marks one of Canada’s most recognizable faces in the world of modeling drops by CANADA AM to give a top model’s perspective of some of these controversial issues facing the modeling industry today.
• QUIET REVOLUTION: “It’s always the quiet ones,” says author Susan Cain. In her book Quiet, Cain demonstrates how introverts are undervalued and often overlooked. She introduces us to successful introverts and will forever change the way we look at the quiet ones.
• GOT IT ON SALE! Pay full price? Or hunt for a sale? CANADA AM gives your budget a boost with a list of five things you should never pay full price for and tips where to find the best price.
Friday, March 16
• TREVOR & DEBBIE GREENE: His story shook the world. In 2006, Trevor Greene was attacked by a young Afghan boy who planted an axe in the back of his head. He was not expected to survive, but he defied the odds. Now he and his wife Debbie share their inspirational journey about his miraculous road to recovery in a new book March Forth.
• HE PROPOSED… NOW WHAT? From March 19-23 CANADA AM and Wedding Bell’s Magazine will have a week-long series about the pillars of planning a wedding. Today, find out how to get started.
• FILM FRIDAY: CANADA AM’s film critic Richard Crouse reviews 21 Jump Street and Jeff Who Lives At Home.
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