What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live

London Drugs tech expert Curtis Philips shared and compared laptop and tablet options for students heading back to school this fall.

Maleeha Sheikh took flight at Corman Air Park as she learned how to fly an ultralight aircraft.

Amanda Kary of Petland discussed budgies and guinea pigs as pets.

MJ Barrett and Mary Getten, an animal communicator, discussed a workshop being put on by a team of U of S researchers, professionals, First Nations traditional knowledge keepers and elders that is examining how telepathic communication with animals could help contribute to the environment and build bridges between indigenous and non-indigenous worldviews.


Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live

Commit to Fit Ambassador Carl Savard joins us to talk about how Subway is teaming up with the Saskatoon Blades to help Saskatonians get fit.

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are on a four-game winning streak but there are still questions about the team’s offensive performance. Former CFLer Rhett McLane joins us to preview Sunday’s game.

Dan Bodnar of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress is in to discuss the 100-year anniversary of the War Measures Act that saw 8.000 “enemy aliens” sent to internment camps during the First World War, including 5,000 Ukrainians.

Everywhere we go, the kids want to rock! Maleeha Sheikh learns how Girls Rock Camp combines rock music, creativity and confidence-building for girls.