Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
Published Friday, January 18, 2013 4:03PM CST
Last Updated Thursday, December 5, 2013 8:39AM CST
Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live
Laurie O’Connor, executive director of the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre, joins us to talk about the food bank’s needs during the Christmas season.
Alan Anderson, author of Settling Saskatchewan, talks about his new book that explains the patterns of immigration and settlement in the province and the peoples who now comprise the province’s diverse cultural mosaic.
Anastasia Szalasznyj , a Saskatoon university student who took her frustration with her winter books and became an entrepreneur, talks about her My Canadian Girl Collection of warm, grippy and stylish boots.
Morning Live movie guru Craig Koban shares his picks for great sword and sorcery fantasy films ahead of Friday’s opening of the latest installment in The Hobbit series.
The Giggle Factory joins us with Christmas gift toy ideas for the young people in your life.
What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live
Singer/songwriter Jay Semko joined us to perform and discuss the upcoming A SaskCountry Christmas fundraiser for the Saskatoon Crisis Nursery taking place Dec. 11 at Mayfair United Church.
Stephanie Massicotte built a house of the gingerbread variety with the help of Barbra Harder-Lutz of the Cake Witch Café in Rosthern.
Trying to be cautious with your cash this Christmas season? RBC account manager May UnRuh talked about Christmas budgeting tips and what to do when facing holiday debt.
Bohdan Kordan, head of political studies at St. Thomas More College, discussed the issues that have sparked street protests in Ukraine.
Amanda Probe, executive director Saskatoon Youth Soccer, and player Nicholas Conquergood talked about SISCO (Saskatoon Indoor Soccer Competition) tournaments.