Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live

Reena Nerbas, the guru of cheap and easy household hints, joins us now with some of her top tips.

Cancer survivor and streaker Mark McIntyre joins us to talk about his Streaking Stanfield’s campaign to raise awareness of below-the-waist cancers and raising money for the Canadian Cancer Society. Whenever #streakweek is shared, Stanfield’s will donate $1 (up to $25,000).

Dan Bodnar of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Saskatchewan will discuss the Oct. 28 commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the World War 1 internment camps in Saskatchewan and across the country.

Rick Friend and Randy Pshebylo will join us to preview the Silence is Golden presentation of the silent movie Phantom of Opera featuring music by the Saskatoon Symphony. The movie will be shown Saturday at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Roxy Theatre

Maleeha Sheikh gets a first look at all there is to see at the Saskatoon Fall Home Show that runs Friday to Sunday at Prairieland Park.


What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live

It was Throwback Thursday on CTV Morning Live as we look back to all things 1990s.

Movie critic Craig Koban was in to share his picks for the best movies of the decade.

We took a time travel trip back to the ‘90s for a fashion flashback.

Jason Zorbas talked about the politics of the decade including NAFTA, GST, Charlottetown Accord, the crushing defeat of Brian Mulroney’s Conservative government, the rise of the Reform Party and the 1995 referendum on sovereignty.

Maleeha Sheikh was at the Broadway Theatre to do some improve with the members of the Saskatoon Soaps.

John Fraser from CJWW Sports was in to talk about the Saskatchewan Roughriders as they head into Friday’s game against Calgary.

CTV Saskatoon's Kevin Waugh offered at look back at the city's sports scene during the 1990s.