Thursday, June 12, 2014 on The Morning Show
Global News chief political correspondent Tom Clark joins us in the co-host chair on the national edition of The Morning Show.
DONNY AND MARIE OSMOND – Brother and sister show business veterans Donny and Marie Osmond join the conversation on the national edition of The Morning Show. Both will be in Toronto later this year for their annual Christmas stage production Donny & Marie Christmas in Toronto. It will run at the Princess of Wales Theatre from Dec. 9 to 21.
REAL ESTATE TRENDS – Real estate expert Christopher Invidiata discusses home trends in the lower, mid and luxury price bracket. He’ll also be providing tips of why it’s important to know the value of your current home, what to look for in a future home and how to get what you’re looking for.
ELECTION LAW – Lawyer Lorne Honickman joins us in-studio to talk about how Ontarians can actually decline their vote at the ballot box. Section 53 of the Ontario Elections Act indicates voters who are unwilling to choose a candidate, or abstain from the process, can go withdraw their ballot. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
FATHER’S DAY GIFTS – Lisa Tant from Holt Renfrew drops by to show us some great gift ideas for dad on Father’s Day. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
WORLD CUP FEVER – The Morning Show’s Average Sports Guy panel returns to break down the World Cup soccer event in Brazil. We’ll give you a primer on which teams to watch out for and who is predicted to win it all. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
LUMINATO FESTIVAL – Artistic Director Jorn Weisbrodt will tell us some of the main draws for this year’s Toronto’s Festival of Arts and Creativity. The Luminato Festival is an annual ten-day celebration of the arts in the city. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
PANTS OFF FOR PROSTATE CANCER – Former Toronto mayoral candidate and Prostate Cancer Canada President Rocco Rossi joins us in-studio to talk about the Pants Off For Prostate Cancer fundraiser at The Hoxton in Toronto. June is International Men’s Health Awareness Month. Recent numbers say 1 in 7 men will be affected by the disease in Canada. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
VIRAL VIDEO – Women get “thunderstruck” in this viral video.
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