Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live

Former prime minister Paul Martin joins us to talk about his work in support of Aboriginal education. Martin is the keynote speaker at the Indigenizing and Decolonizing Education Conference taking place at the University of Saskatchewan.

Maleeha Sheikh will be at Amazing Stories to preview this weekend's Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo.


What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live

Rob Gilhuly, project manager for the City of Saskatoon’s new website, talked about work on the project and the need for the participation of the public and stakeholders throughout the process in order to create an accessible, user-friendly site.

Representatives from the School of Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan join us to talk about Shinerama, the annual fundraiser for cystic fibrosis research and awareness in Canada.

Scotland went to the polls on Thursday to vote on independence from Great Britain and Daniel Beland, Canada Research Chair in Public Policy at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, was in to talk about the issues and the possible ramifications of the vote.

With attention focused on Scotland, Ian Shirley and Chris Meek joined us to share the secrets of playing the bagpipes.

Maleeha Sheikh previewed the fourth annual Word On The Street festival being held Sunday in downtown Saskatoon.