Next Week on CANADA AM – Darryl Sittler, Victoria Arbiter, Bob Saget, and more…

— April 3, 2014

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Monday, April 7

  • BACK IN COURT: CANADA AM shares the latest on the Oscar Pistorius trial as it resumes after being postponed.
  • ROYAL VACATION: CNN royal-insider Victoria Arbiter has the details as Will, Kate, and George kick-off their first official family trip to New Zealand.
  • CHALLENGE COMPLETE: Fitness expert Libby Norris’ 50-50-50 Challenge comes to an end with stories from three of the participants about their weight-loss journey.

Tuesday, April 8

  • QUÉBEC ELECTION: On the day after the election, Bev is live from Montréal with all the latest news and details.
  • FIRST-AID BASICS: Chris Schmeid from St. John’s Ambulance joins CANADA AM to go over the basic life-saving skills that everyone should know.
  • HOCKEY HEROES: Darryl Sittler and Darcy Tucker stop by CANADA AM to talk about their fundraising initiative in support of Alzheimer’s research.

Wednesday, April 9

Thursday, April 10

  • SPREADING THE WORD: The parents of the late author Marina Keegan talk to CANADA AM about their daughter’s posthumous book, The Opposite of Loneliness.
  • BEDSIDE DESIGN: CANADA AM decorating expert Karl Lohnes shares a lesson in choosing the perfect bedside table.
  • CARLOS SALDANHA: The RIO 2 director talks with CANADA AM about the much-anticipated film, opening in theatres this week.

Friday, April 11

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