May 15, 2014 3:58 am

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 on The Morning Show

French actresses and models pose in front of the Eiffel Tower holding placards saying: Bring back our girls, during a rally at the Trocadero, to show support for the release of the kidnapped girls in Nigeria in Paris, Tuesday May 13, 2014.

AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere

ET Canada’s Cheryl Hickey is co-host on the national edition of The Morning Show.

BRING BACK OUR GIRLS – Samantha Nutt, Executive Director of War Child Canada and journalist Sally Armstrong join us in-studio to talk about the mass abduction of hundreds of school girls in Nigeria.

KIRSTEN STEWART – Head of Twitter Canada Kirsten Stewart discusses the impact #BringBackOurGirls is having on the situation in Nigeria.

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NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE – Alexandra Stewart, executive director of the Weston Brain Institute, discusses a new national initiative to develop treatments for neurodegenerative disease. The W. Garfield Weston Foundation established the Weston Brain Institute and a fund of $50 million with a goal of accelerating the development of safe and effective breakthrough treatments. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

SUMMER TOYS – Janice Biehn of Parents Canada joins us in-studio to talk about this summer’s top toy picks.  The new toys are designed to get kids outside, away from screens and improve their physical literacy. Viewers can go to parentscanada.com for prices and where to buy them. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

GREG FREWINGreg Frewin is a world renowned magician and the first and only winner of: “The International Grand Champion of Magic.” He accomplished the title after winning first place in 20 different countries, stretching to six continents. This is the ninth consecutive season of Greg’s Live “Imagine” show currently taking place in Niagara. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

SUGAR DETOX – Holistic nutritionist Joy McCarthy returns to talk about how much sugar content is in the groceries you buy.  She’ll showcase healthier options to satisfy a sweet tooth. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

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