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Season 6 Episode 323

July 8, 2010

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Aired Weekdays 6:00 AM Jul 08, 2010 on CTV

Episode Recap

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has chosen Canada's next Governor-General, David Johnston, President of the University of Waterloo, will be sworn in as our 28th Governor-General in the Fall; the husband of the current Governor-General is denying that he snubbed the Queen on her recent visit to Canada by requesting that she not stay at Rideau Hall while in Canada, he says he does not know where the reports came from; the heat continues today in Ontario and Quebec, but the temperatures should start to drop tomorrow; US residents along the East Coast are also sweltering; a man jailed for a crime that multiple sex offender Paul Bernardo later confessed to is suing the Ontario government for wrongful conviction; Prime Minister Stephen Harper is touring the flood-ravaged sections of Saskatchewan today; the controversial nuclear facility at Chalk River, ON, should be back in business by the end of the month, it was shut down over a year ago because of a radioactive water leak; search efforts will resume today for two people lost in a boating accident in Philadelphia; some serious injuries have now been reported on day 2 of the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain; Spain advances to the finals in the World Cup, playing against the Netherlands; Chris Bosh leaves the Toronto Raptors for Miami; all 10 suspects in the Russian spy ring will be arraigned n New York today. Bev speaks with Robert Fife, CTV News Correspondent, about the announcement of the new Governor-General; Bev speaks with Michel Juneau-Katsuya, Former CSIS Agent, about the alleged Russian spies recently arrested in the US and the possibility of a swap; Marci speaks with Dr. Kevin Tracey, Ontario Association of Nuclear Medicine, about the re-opening of the Chalk River Nuclear facility; Marci speaks with Howard Bloom, Sports Business News, about the LeBron James ESPN special on television tonight; Bev speaks with Emily Giffen, Author of Heart of the Matter, about her latest book and her writing career; Pat Foran shows us some easy ways to save $20 per week; Bev speaks with Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa about their upcoming shows in PEI; Marci goes to the AM Kitchen with chef Michael P. Clive to cook up some meals for under $20; Bev speaks with Jay Baruchel, Actor, about his career and his upcoming movie The Sorcerer's Apprentice; Bev and Marci talk with Rob Salem, Toronto Star TV Critic, and Pete Hammond, TheEnvelope.com, about this morning's Emmy nominations.
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