June 17, 2014 5:21 am
Updated: June 17, 2014 8:44 am

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 on The Morning Show


Here’s what you can expect on Tuesday’s edition of The Morning Show.

AM640 host Jeff McArthur will be on the show to talk about the federal government’s new prostitution legislation – Bill C-36 – which criminalizes the purchase of sex and limits where sex can be sold.

Sex workers held protests over the weekend calling for the Harper government to scrap its recently announced legislation.

Kevin Donovan: The well-known Toronto Star reporter who helped break the news that Mayor Rob Ford had been filmed smoking crack cocaine has released his new novel, The Dead Times. The novel follows homicide detective Jack Temple as he takes a job at his local newspaper and ends up investigating the death of his former girlfriend who is also the mayor’s daughter.

Dr. Sarah Boston will be on the show Tuesday to talk about her new book Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life.

Boston is a cancer survivor and an associate professor at the University of Florida. She recounts her difficult journey through the health care system in the book and talks about the sometimes drastic misreading of results and a lack of individualized and compassionate care.

She says everyone needs to be their own health advocate.

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Boat Safety: President of Boatsmart Cameron Taylor will be on the show to talk about boat safety as summer officially starts this weekend.

Chef Romain Avril will be on the show Tuesday to talk about seafood trends this summer. He will be showing off different ways to arrange oysters, crab claws and lobster sandwiches outside of the Bloor Street studio.

Actor Anthony Lemke will co-host the national edition of The Morning Show (9 a.m. ET).

Emily Giffen will be on the show to talk about her seventh novel The One and Only. The book follows 33-year-old Shea Rigsby when an unexpected tragedy strikes her Walker, Texas community and her world is upended.


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