May 22, 2014 1:12 pm
Updated: May 22, 2014 2:32 pm

Thursday, May 22, 2014 on The Morning Show


SAM REID – Keyboardist for Glass Tiger, Sam Reid, joins the conversation on the national edition of The Morning Show. He’ll discuss the I Run & Rock – United by Trauma charity run and concert to help those affected with PTSD. The event takes place May 31 at 100 Eagle Street West Newmarket, Ontario.

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HACKS AND MALWARE – tech reporter Nicole Bogart joins us in-studio to talk about the Ebay hack and what you need to know about the Blackshades Malware. EBay has asked all users to change their account passwords after a cyberattack compromised its database containing encrypted passwords. Meanwhile, BlackShades lets cybercriminals take over a computer and hijack its webcam remotely.

ERTH’S DINOSAUR ZOO – Created in Australia, DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE is an experiential theatre production which takes audiences on a prehistoric journey where they get to meet dinosaurs that once roamed the planet millions of years ago. The international theatre attraction will play Toronto’s Panasonic Theatre, July 8 – 20, 2014, for 20 shows only.

TONY CHAPMAN –  Tony Chapman, Founder and CEO of Capital C, breaks down what makes a good political ad. Ontario’s political parties have unleashed their campaign ads on television, radio and print media Wednesday after a mandatory blackout.

MEN’S SUMMER CLOTHING – Stylist Afiya Francisco returns to talk about men’s summer clothing and latest trends. The fashion line is from Hayden Christensen for RW&CO. Summer 2014 collection. This is an 18-piece collection of menswear that marks the stores second collaboration with Hayden.

TOP ANTI-AGING PRODUCTS – Beauty expert Bahar Niramwalla joins us in-studio to talk about the top anti-aging products you can purchase to take advantage of the fountain of youth. We feature a number of products for your skin, hair, nails and lips.

VIRAL VIDEO – A heartwarming video dedicated to moms.

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