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Thursday, February 13, 2014 on The Morning Show

MARK MCMORRIS – The Canadian slopestyle snowboarder joins The Morning Show fresh off his bronze medal winning performance at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

STEDMAN GRAHAM – Stedman Graham is chairman and CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a management and marketing consulting firm that specializes in the corporate and educational markets. He’s also famously known as Oprah Winfrey’s long time partner.

AIRPORT SECURITY – 16×9 producer Claude Adams takes us through why certain travellers face border discrimination and some do not. The full investigation can be seen this Saturday on Global at 7 p.m. ET. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

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VALENTINE’S DAY GIFTS – Sarah Kelsey returns to offer last minute Valentine’s Day gift ideas for you and your loved ones. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

DATING GAME – How much do you know about your wife or husband? Mommy bloggers Leigh and Meg return with their husbands to play The Morning Show’s version of the dating game. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

WINTERFOLK BLUES AND ROOTS FESTIVAL – Founder and creative director of the Winter Folk and Blue Roots Festival joins us to discuss the 12th annual event. Featured artists include roots and blues luminaries Ron Hynes, Jason Fowler, Lynn Miles, Tony Quarrington, Rick Taylor, Danny Marks, Jack de Keyzer, Marianne Girard and, all the way from Nashville, Mean Mary. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

MENTALLY ILL SHOOTING INQUEST – Recommendations put forward by a five-member jury in an inquest into the deaths of three mentally ill Toronto residents who were shot by police came down yesterday. One of the victim’s sister’s joins The Morning Show to talk about the verdict. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

AUTO SHOW – The 2014 Canadian International AutoShow continues to provide The Total Automotive Experience with over 600,000 square feet of dazzling displays, big prize giveaways and engaging exhibits. President of GM Canada Kevin Williams previews the event for us. The one week show runs from Feb. 14 to 23 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

VIRAL VIDEO – Air New Zealand has partnered with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit to celebrate 50 knockout years
with their latest in-flight safety video.

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