April 28, 2014 5:13 am

Monday, April 28, 2014 on The Morning Show

Jann Arden visits Indigo to promote her new album "Uncover Me 2" and her new biography "Falling Backwards" at Indigo Manulife Centre on November 1, 2011 in Toronto, Canada.

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JANN ARDEN – Canadian recording artist Jann Arden joins the conversation on the national edition of The Morning Show. The Juno Award winner is in-studio to talk about her latest album Everything Almost. This is her 12th album and the single You Love Me Back is out now.

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80’S FAMILY – A Guelph, Ontario family recently ended spending a year raising their children as if it were 1986.  The couple chose 1986 as the year to model their lifestyle after because it was the year they were both born. The challenge ended on Sunday, April 27.

SEXUAL ASSAULT IN TH MILITARY – Noémi Mercier, reporter for Maclean’s and L’actualité, discusses the Canadian military’s internal review of programs and policies to combat sexual violence following an article published in the latest issue of MacLean’s magazine. The story contains a series of interviews with alleged victims and uses access-to-information records to track military police investigations over a decade. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

TORONTO STREET NAMES – Author Lenny Wise discusses the history behind Toronto’s street names. Wise released the book Toronto Street Names in 2011 commemorates the people and events that have shaped the city.  The City of Toronto will offer up for purchase 1,750 iconic street signs no longer in use at an online auction. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

START’s PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM – The initiative provides funding of up to $40,000 for projects which support the programs mission to revitalize and engage communities through street and mural art. The program also aims to develop, support, promote and increase awareness of street art in the city. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

WHITEY – Oscar-nominated director Joe Berlinger strips away the myths surrounding Boston ex-mobster and FBI informant James “Whitey” Bulger, getting past his mystique as the Robin Hood of South Boston. The documentary will be playing at this year’s Hot Docs. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

VIRAL VIDEO – Marketing companies are taking a stab at the anti-Google Glass movement.

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