CANADA AM Week-Long Series Takes Viewers Inside the Changing Workplace

— March 13, 2014

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TORONTO (March 13, 2014) – Terms like “cofficers” and “holacracy” may soon be part of everyday workplace vernacular, and CANADA AM offers viewers a glimpse of an emerging brave new world where traditional workplace rules are being replaced to suit the tech-savvy, increasingly mobile worker. Starting this Monday, March 17, CANADA AM launches “The Changing Workplace”, a week-long series that explores emerging trends and cool ideas that are quickly gaining steam in the Canadian workplace.


CANADA AM’s The Changing Workplacehighlights include:


Monday, March 17

COFFICERS UNITE: CANADA AM kicks off “The Changing Workplace” series with a look at professionals who work from coffee shops. CANADA AM welcomes Sam Title, founder of “The Coffice,” an online and interactive global community dedicated to “cofficers.”


Tuesday, March 18

OFFICE OF THE FUTURE: Jeff Hutcheson gets a behind-the-scenes tour of Google Toronto, one of the most modern and unique office spaces in the city.


Wednesday, March 19

HELLO HOLACRACY: CANADA AM examines workplaces where authority is distributed evenly among workers, who have roles and not titles. CANADA AM checks in with the co-founder of Precision Nutrition, a Toronto-based company that has adopted a holacracy system.


Thursday, March 20


SHARED WORKPLACES: Shared office spaces free workers from the burden of committing to long-term office leases or expensive furnishings, with the benefit of reception services, meeting rooms, and other big office perks. CANADA AM speaks to Andrew Hay, founder of Workplace One, which offers affordable offices for long and short terms.

Friday, March 21

FREE REIN: “The Changing Workplace” series wraps up with a look at results-only work environments where it doesn’t matter when or where you work, but that you meet your goals.


Visit CANADA AM online at for full episodes and follow @CTVCanadaAM on twitter for more The Changing Workplacedetails.


CANADA AM can be seen weekdays beginning at 6 a.m. ET on CTV and CTV News Channel, online at, and viewers can also watch the best of the week’s segments with a special Saturday episode, airing at 9 a.m. ET.


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CANADA AM is Canada’s national morning newsmagazine. Since its launch in 1972, CANADA AM has brought Canadians a unique blend of hard news and lifestyle stories, featuring in-depth interviews with top newsmakers, celebrities and musical stars. Lis Travers is the Vice-President and Executive Producer for CANADA AM and Wendy Freeman is the President of CTV News.


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Jon-Ross Gabriel, Bell Media, 416.384.6836 or

Julie MacFarlane, Bell Media, 416.384.4623 or