April 13, 2012
Next Week On CANADA AM – Donald Trump, Governor General David Johnston, Will Arnett, Curtis Joseph, Ed Sheeran and more…
For Immediate Release – April 13, 2012
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Monday, April 16
• WILL ARNETT: He’s in Toronto to help raise funds for the Toronto East General Hospital. This morning on CANADA AM, he chats about the fundraising event, his Canadian roots, his love for the Leafs and his knack for memorable comedic roles on ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT and 30 ROCK.
• TOP WAYS TO GET AUDITED: Cleo Hamel of H&R Block shares the top seven tax faux pas that could trigger the Canadian Revenue Agency review.
• EBOOK ENTREPRENUER: Shadonna Richards’s book submissions garnered a drawer full of rejection letters from traditional publishers, so she decided to go it alone and self-publish on the internet. Now she has a growing audience and makes a living as a new age eBook entrepreneur.
Tuesday, April 17
• THE TRUMP FAMILY: In a CANADA AM exclusive interview, Marci gets down to business with Donald Trump and his family of apprentices: Ivanka, Donald Jr., and Eric Trump.
• FANTASY CAMP: Former NHL hockey player, Curtis Joseph joins CANADA AM’s Jeff Hutcheson to talk about Fantasy Camp, where 50 people get a once in a life time opportunity to play with the pros.
• MEASHA BRUEGGERGOSMAN: The celebrated Canadian soprano and opera star performs the title track from her new album I’ve Got a Crush on You.
Wednesday, April 18
• HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE DAVID JOHNSTON: Canada’s Governor General talks about the importance of volunteerism in Canada and the 2012 Caring Canadian Award which recognizes Canadians who give selflessly of their time and energy to others.
• MAXIMIZE THAT TAX REFUND: CTV’s cash savvy television host Pattie Lovett-Reid offers some ways to make this year’s tax refund the government’s gift that keeps on giving.
• BERNIE FINKELSTEIN: As a producer, record label owner, and manager of great Canadian singer/songwriters and bands like Bruce Cockburn and Dan Hill, he has played a pivotal role in bringing Canadian music to the rest of the world. He talks about his recently published memoirs: True North: A Life Inside the Music Business.
Thursday, April 19
• ED SHEERAN: This young English singer/songwriter won the 2012 Brit Award for British Breakthrough Act and British Solo Male Artist of the year. This morning he performs on the CANADA AM Soundstage and talks about being on tour with Snow Patrol.
• SIMON WHITFIELD: With just three months to the London 2012 Games begin, Whitfield, who has won Gold (Sydney 2000) and Silver (Beijing 2008) in Triathlon, talks with CANADA AM about his preparation for his fourth Olympic Games.
• MINKY WORDEN: The Director of Global Initiatives for Human Rights Watch, Worden has authored The Unfinished Revolution about the global struggle to secure basic rights for girls and women with a specific focus on the Middle East where the hopes raised by the Arab Spring have yet to be fulfilled.
Friday, April 20
• RIVERDANCE: After 16 straight years of kicking it in kilts, Riverdance is taking its final bows with a cross-Canada tour. This morning they perform a toe tapping number for CANADA AM.
• DANIELLE LAPORTE: Author of The Fire Starter Sessions joins CANADA AM to talk about her new inspirational and practical project designed for entrepreneurs. With 18 Sessions, 13 videos, and 22 worksheets, it’s chock-full of how-to’s and how-not-to’s.
• FILM FRIDAY: CANADA AM’s film critic, Richard Crouse, reviews The Lucky One starring Zac Efron.
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