Next Week on CANADA AM – MASTERCHEF CANADA Winner, Joel Plaskett, the Canadian Women’s Soccer Team, and More…

— May 22, 2015

To tweet this alert: http://bmpr.ca/1F6qWjE Watch Beverly Thomson, Marci Ien, and Jeff Hutcheson on CANADA AM, weekdays beginning at 6 a.m. ET on CTV, CTV News Channel, the CTV GO app, the CTV News GO app, and on the CTV Mobile channel on Bell Mobile TV. Visit CANADA AM online at www.canadaam.ctvnews.ca for full episodes, top stories, CANADA AM extras, daily show info, featured recipes, book reviews, and contributor gift ideas. Viewers can also watch the best of the week’s segments with a special weekly episode, airing Saturdays at 8 a.m. ET.  Monday, May 25
  • Daniel Berehulak: Pictures say a thousand words. But what about the photographer? The 2015 Pulitzer Prize winner and renowned photojournalist discusses his experience documenting one of the worst health disasters in modern times - the Ebola outbreak.
  • MASTERCHEF CANADA Season 2 Winner:  Canada’s top home cook and Season 2 winner of MASTERCHEF CANADA joins CANADA AM to discuss their journey and epic finale.
  • Joel Plaskett: Juno Award recipient, winner of 16 East Coast Music Awards, and Nova Scotian sensation lends his diverse sound on the AM Soundstage.
Tuesday, May 26
  • All Eyes on The True North: Four members of the Canadian women’s national soccer team visit CANADA AM just before they are ready to hit the field for the FIFA Women`s World Cup.
  • Clear Reception: Jacquie McNish and Sean Silcoff of The Globe and Mail offer their behind-the-scenes, never-before-told story, Losing the Signal, chronicling the rise and fall of Canadian tech giant, BlackBerry.
  • Game Theory: Ajay Fry, host of SPACE’s INNERSPACE, takes a look at this season’s must-have video games.
 Wednesday, May 27
  • Tyler’s Story: In 2012, Kim LeBlanc’s son Tyler passed away. But he became a hero to seven people as he saved their lives through organ donation.  Kim and Dave Allingham, the man who received Tyler’s heart will be in-studio to tell their moving story.
  • An American Home in Canada:  Beverley Thomson gets a tour of the Ottawa home of    Vicki Heyman, wife of U.S. Ambassador Bruce Heyman. Heyman shares her experience living in the nation’s capital and her commitment to art.
  • Breaking Bad Habits: Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, shows  CANADA AM viewers how to understand habits and change them for the good in her latest  book, Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives.
Thursday, May 28
  • Summer’s Hottest Books: Get out your beach bag. Indigo’s Heather Reisman shares her suggestions for summer reads.
  • Foraging Food for Free: Not bothering to go to the grocery store for veggies, sustainable food advocate Miriam Streiman talks about free foods found in the woods, ravines, sides of highways, and even your own backyard.
Friday, May 29

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