Coming up Thursday on CTV Morning Live

Paula Simon of the Saskatchewan Rental Housing Industry Association is in to talk about the rental industry and share information for new landlords or those looking at renting their properties.

Andrea Forde of the Office of Residential Tenancies joins us to share some common tips when looking for an apartment and questions to ask the landlord, along with some common pitfalls or mistakes made by renters.

Bob Simon gives us a preview of vision of SuperRun, an event shared between the Western provinces on a three-to-four- year rotation and to be hosted by the local car clubs as a not-for-profit event helping local charities.


What you may have missed Wednesday on CTV Morning Live

Colin Grant joined us to talk about the Saskatoon Fringe Festival that is marking its 25th anniversary. The festival begins Friday and runs to Aug. 9.

Aviva Zack of Bliss Wedding Design shared suggestions on bridal shower ideas, how to be a good bridesmaid the duties of the maid of honour.

Tricia McAuley and Cathy Brin of the Saskatoon SPCA was in with the latest news from the shelter and some of the animals that are available for adoption.

We went back in time as Scott Whiting of the Western Development Museum shared the old-time skills of butter churning and ice cream making.

Maleeha Sheikh was dancing at River Landing as she learned all about Scottish country dancing.

Dr. Julie Kryzanowski, deputy medical health officer with the Saskatoon Health Region, discussed the recently released report on blood borne and sexually transmitted infection rates in Saskatoon.