Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live

We’ll talk to CTV’s Kevin Newman about the W5 investigation into inpatient that speaks with families whose loved ones committed suicide while under hospital care and reveals new national statistics.

Aviva Zack, coordinator of Saskatoon’s Light the Night Walk, and blood cancer survivor Ian Loughran join us to talk about the event that talks place Sunday in Kiwanis Park.

Neil Bergen of CFCR radio and membes of the Saskatoon band The Pistolwhips are in to talk about the station’s FM-Phasis fundraising campaign.

Maleeha Sheikh gets at look at Women’s World, the trade and consumer show geared to the female market, taking place at Prairieland Park.


What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live

Interior designer and broadcast personality Kimberley Seldon joined us to share tips on what you should know when you’re hiring a designer.

The Vanier Cup Tour is making a stop in Saskatoon to help promote the 50th anniversary of the game and the trophy was in studio with University of Saskatchewan Huskies’ head coach Brian Towriss and former Huskies’ player and current coach Scott Flory.

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are looking to a rebound performance. Wray Morrison and Quinn Stevenson of CKOM Radio joined us for a preview of Friday’s game against the Calgary Stampeders.

We joined Nathan Bosman of Saskatoon Longboard Underground for a lesson and to talk about the annual diabetes charity ride for from Biggar to Saskatoon that takes place Saturday.

Maleeha Sheikh went Walking With Dinosaurs as the show returns for performances at SaskTel Centre.