Coming up Thursday on CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
Published Friday, January 18, 2013 4:03PM CST
Last Updated Wednesday, December 11, 2013 8:42AM CST
Coming up Thursday on CTV Morning Live
Kyle Reid, chair or the Kinsmen Sports Celebrity Dinner, joins us to talk about the upcoming 54th annual edition of the event featuring NHL great Bobby Orr.
Aline Babineau-Mercereau, nutrition and wellness specialist at Dad’s Organic Market, joins us to talk about dealing with food intolerances during the holiday season.
We talk to Nancy Hopkins, a Saskatoon-based lawyer who is a recipient of the Women’s Executive Network 2013 Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award.
Ice carver Peter Fogerty of Fire and Ice Creations will showcase one of his creations and talk about the ice carving process.
What you may have missed Wednesday on CTV Morning Live
DeeAnn Mercier, communications director at The Lighthouse Supported Living, talks about the Operation Stay Warm effort to collecting warm clothing for homeless people.
Diane Schendrick of the Saskatoon Health Region and transplant recipient Ed Kutz talked about the 50th anniversary of the first kidney transplant in Saskatchewan, the second of its kind in Canada.
Alexis Normand and Allyson Reigh of Rosie and the Riveters joined us to talk about the group’s December mini-tour.
Saskatchewan country singer Samara Yung performed ahead of the A SaskCountry Christmas fundraiser for the Saskatoon Crisis Nursery that takes place Wednesday night.