Coming up Monday on CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
Published Friday, January 18, 2013 4:03PM CST
Last Updated Friday, March 7, 2014 8:47AM CST
Coming up Monday on CTV Morning Live
Dan Riskin, host of Discovery Channels’ Daily Planet, joins us to talk about Supersize This! Week as the shows scours the globe for the biggest, most outrageous, over-the-top science and engineering stories.
Stephanie Massicotte joins students from the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan for Five Days for the Homeless, a campaign in which university students live “homeless” on their campus to raise money and awareness for a local charity. This year’s goal is $15,000, plus donations of clothing, food and other donations.
What you may have missed Friday on CTV Morning Live
Country singer Codie Prevost talked about his new album “All Kinds of Crazy” that debuted at No. 6 on the Canadian country music iTunes chart, the first time an independent country act has debuted on the top 10.
Jenny Ryan, a young adult librarian with the Saskatoon Public Library, discussed the library’s Book Trailer completion.
Chef Lindsay Adams of Breakfast for Learning shared recipes that will get your kids off to school prepared for learning.
Stephanie Massicotte was at Prairieland Park for a preview of the Saskatoon Sports and Leisure show and the weekend snow drag races taking place at Marquis Downs.