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by Your Morning
December 5, 2019 10:31 a.m. EST
December 6, 2019 9:49 a.m. EST
Latest Segments From CTV Your Morning
Catching up with the Backstreet Boys’ AJ McLean
The popstar is the host of ‘The Fashion Hero’, a show working to change unrealistic standards in the beauty and fashion industry.
Breakfast with Mena Massoud
The actor and author is launching the new food show ‘Evolving Vegan’.
Debunking tax myths
There are many misconceptions when it comes to preparing and filing taxes, but we’re separating fact from fiction.
Canadian stats professor cracks ‘Roll Up the Rim to Win’
Michael Wallace has the Tim Hortons contest down to a science and he has the empty cups to prove it.
Making hockey more accessible to kids across Canada
The Kruger Big Assist is back again - and this year, six minor hockey associations are winning $25,000 to help get more kids on the ice.
Preventing elder financial abuse
Last year, Canadian seniors lost more than $9 million in ‘grandparent scams’.
What you need to know about expedition cruises
The cruise industry took a major hit during the pandemic, but the numbers are on the rise again.
Reaction to healthcare spending
The Canadian Medical Association’s Dr. Alika Lafontaine tells us whether the budget tabled by the Liberals meets expectations when it comes to healthcare spending.
Easing hormonal fluctuations
Registered dietitian Nishta Saxena tells us ways to ease some of the discomfort that comes with period pain, perimenopause and post-menopause.
Answers to common tax-related questions
From cash gifts to charitable donations, H&R Block’s Yannick Lemay is answering our tax questions.
Push to get femicide recognized in Criminal Code
There is a new push to have the targeting killing of women and girls enshrined in Canada’s Criminal Code.
Increase in Transit violence
There have been a number of recent violent incidents on transit systems in Canada.
Bill Nye the Science Guy visiting Canada
We talk to the legendary science educator about everything from fashion to his passion in life and the new show that’s bringing him to Canada.
How to stand up to a dictator
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Maria Ressa tells us about standing up to corruption and why she says the Philippines is ground zero for the terrible effects of social media.
Federal government allegedly deporting hundreds of international students
A new report says the federal government may be preparing to deport hundreds of international students over fraudulent application documents.
Accessibility in the sneaker market
Good Weather is a sneaker store in Toronto that wants to make buying shoes a lot easier and more affordable.
Chinese-Canadians concerned about rise in racism
In the wake of MP Han Don’s resignation from the Liberal caucus, there are concerns about a rise in anti-Asian racism.
Living with epilepsy
Meera Estrada tells us about her journey with epilepsy and what she wants others to know about the disorder.
Our hosts test out viral food hacks
We test some of the most popular food hacks to see which ones work – and which ones are just for show.
Catching up with Succession’s Cousin Greg
We chat with Nicholas Braun about Succession’s final season, which airs on Crave!
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