This week on Canada AM

Watch Beverly Thomson, Seamus O’Regan, Marci Ien, and Jeff Hutcheson on CANADA AM weekdays beginning at 6 a.m. ET on CTV.


Monday, Jan. 31

·         ANNE MURRAY: Canadian legend, Anne Murray has won more Juno awards than any other artist in the country.  The icon sits down with CANADA AM’s Seamus O’Regan to talk about the music scene on the eve of this year’s Juno nominations and tells us why she’s telling young musicians to think hard before going into the music business.

·         REAL VS RUMOUR: What’s in a name? A lot, if you are the soon-to-be Princess Bride. The awarding of titles is steeped in centuries of history and convention, and speculation is rampant on what title the Queen will bestow on Kate Middleton CANADA AM’s narrows the possibilities with royal insider Hugo Vickers.

·         SUPERBOWL SNACKS: CANADA AM serves up game day menu ideas to take armchair quarterbacks across the country from pre-show, to kickoff, and through half-time.


Tuesday, Feb. 1

·         RICK HANSEN: Canada’s favourite ‘Man in Motion’ joins CANADA AM this morning with a special announcement.

·         HEART AND STROKE REPORT CARD: From healthy eating to daily exercise, how heart healthy are we? CANADA AM delivers a cross-country check up into how Canadians treat our tickers.

·         CRASH PARALLEL: Canadian alternative rock sensation lights up the CANADA AM soundstage this morning with a live performance.


Wednesday, Feb. 2

·         JUNO NOMINATIONS RECAP: Music expert Eric Alper joins CANADA AM this morning with a look at the JUNO Award nominees.  

·         EAT LOCAL IN WINTER: Calling all locavores – CANADA AM features tips on how to continue buying local even through the winter.

·         BOBBY BAZINI: With his star on the rise following the release of his debut album Better In Time, the celebrated Quebec singer-songwriter performs for CANADA AM Viewers in studio today.


Thursday, Feb 3 

·         BARRY PEPPER: Best known for his roles in Hollywood flicks like Saving Private Ryan and The Green Mile, the Canadian actor returns home for an interview with CANADA AM.

·         CHINESE NEW YEAR: CANADA AM shows you how to whip up some celebration fare to mark Chinese new year in mouth watering style.


 Friday, Feb.4

·         SUPERBOWL: CANADA AM brings Dallas to Canada with Superbowl previews from former NFL quarterback Jesse Palmer

·         SUPERBOWL PARTY: No Superbowl would be complete with out BBQ! CANADA AM helps viewers get their party started with tips for gourmet grilling on the eve of one of Superbowl Sunday.

·         GAGE AVERILL: Sounds of Haiti garner the Dean of Arts at the University of British Columbia Dean

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