Next Week on CANADA AM – Golden Globes ®, Oscars ® Nominations, North American International Auto Show, and More…

— January 9, 2015

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  • Haiti Five Years Later: More than 200,000 people were killed and millions left homeless when a powerful earthquake struck Haiti. CANADA AM gets an update from David Morley of UNICEF Canada on the enormous challenges the country continues to face.
  • Golden Globes ®: Hollywood’s finest turns out in full force for the first big awards show of the year. ETALK’s Ben Mulroney is live from Los Angeles with the best of the red carpet, while film critic Richard Crouse will be in-studio to review the show hosted by dynamic duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. CANADA AM’s fashion panel joined by Bernadette Morra, editor-in-chief of Fashion Magazine, and Greg Hudson, managing editor of Sharp Magazine, share their picks and pans of the red carpet.
  • The Wedding Expert: Legendary wedding expert Bettie Bradley releases the must-have guide for every bride. Drawing on 30 years as the publisher of Today’s Bride magazine, she has essential tips for anyone planning a wedding.
Tuesday, Jan.13
  • The Detroit Auto Show: CANADA AM’s car contributor Petrina Gentile is live from the North American International Auto Show for the world premieres of the latest luxury, hybrid, and concept cars.
  • A Family Food Adventure: The 52 New Foods Challenge author and creator of the award-winning Crunch a Color, Jennifer Tyler Lee shares tips to get your family interested in healthy foods and provides healthy alternatives for popular snacks.
  • From Milton to the Golden Globes ®: Karen Viloria-Miguel went from crocheting clothes for her dolls to warm wooly hats for some of Hollywood’s A-listers. Now, Viloria-Miguel is truly bringing Canada to Hollywood as the only Canadian designer in the GBK celebrity gift lounge sharing her warm, funky accessories.
Wednesday, Jan.14
  • The Long Hello: The stirring memoir explores the emotional rewards and challenges that author Cathie Borrieexperienced in caring for her mother who lived with Alzheimer’s disease. The award-winning writer sits down withCANADA AM to discuss the moving tribute that won praise from the late Maya Angelou.
  • Vote 2015: Canadians will head to the polls this year and political powerhouses Robert Fife, Craig Oliver ,and Scott Reid tell us what their crystal balls are forecasting for this year in politics.
Thursday, Jan.15
  • Top Credit Cards: Chief financial commentator for CTV News Pattie Lovett Reid reviews top credit cards and shares tips in choosing the right one for you.
  • Oscars® Nominations: Richard Crouse gives CANADA AM a rundown of this year’s 2015 Oscars® nominees and snubs.
  • Journalist Car of the Year: The Canadian Automotive Jury is a group of prominent Canadian automotive journalists pledged to the highest standards of uncompromised reporting. Today, jury members Petrina Gentile and Graeme Fletcher join CANADA AM to announce the winner of the sixth annual Best of the Best Awards, that include the likes of Audi A3, Mazda3, Mercedes-Benz, and more.
Friday, Jan.16
  • Photographing Kids: Celebrity photographer Jennifer Blakeley released a photography collection this week titled Let Them Be, artistically depicting children laughing, making silly faces, and just being kids.
  • The King of Shanghai: The latest thriller in Ian Hamilton’s acclaimed Ava Lee series recently hit book shelves. Resourceful, courageous, and confident, Ava Lee captured reader’s imaginations around the world, with the novel winning multiple awards. Today, Hamilton sits down with CANADA AM to talk about the series continued success hitting best-sellers’ list internationally and garnering rave reviews from critics and fans alike.
  • Movies: Get your popcorn ready for Richard Crouse’s reviews on American Sniper, staring Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, and Blackhat, featuring Viola Davis and Chris Hemsworth.
About CANADA AM 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. SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: Twitter: @CTVCanadaAM @BDThomson @JeffHutcheson @MarciIen

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