Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live

Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, The Minimalists, join us to talk about their decision take back control of their lives using the principles of minimalisms. They chronicle about their journey and talk about living life with less money, less stuff, and more meaning at TheMinimalists.com. They appear Saturday, 7:30 p.m., at Amigos Cantina.

Former CFL player Rhett McLane joins us as we talk about the latest in Rider Nation and preview the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Saturday matchup against the Toronto Argos.

Maleeha Sheikh previews theSaskatoon Dragon Boat Festival that takes place Friday and Saturday at Rotary Park with more than 45 community and corporate teams going head-to-head on the South Saskatchewan River in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

 

What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live

University of Saskatchewan professor Sharon Wright joined us to talk about sexism in the work of Shakespeare. Wright will be giving a guest lecture on gender roles in Shakespearean plays and relating them to the modern day ahead of Saturday’s performance of Taming of the Shrew at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan.

Maleeha Sheikh got a preview of Saskatoon Blitz Comic & Pop Culture Convention that runs Saturday and Sunday at Prairieland Park.

Two-spirited activist Jack Saddleback talked about being named "face of mental health" by the Canadian Alliance on Mental Health and Illness.

We mixed things up with Bottega restaurant bartender Mikki Atienza who shared her recipe for a summer sangria and bar manager Andrew Schaus.

Ernie Louttit, a retired Saskatoon police officer, discussed the issues behind city's No. 2 ranking in national crime severity statistics.